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WARREN W.POTTER 

CONTRACTOR 



and 



BUILDER 



Dealer in DOORS and FANCY 
LUMBER 

NO. 30 PLEASANT ST. 
HAVERHILL MASS. 




■-^■S^ ^to 



C. M. BLAKE & CO. 

CONTRACTORS FOR 

PLUMBING, PIPING & SEWERAGE. DUG, DRIVEN OR DRILLED WELLS. 

ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR COMPLETE WATER SYSTEM. 

WINDMILLS. PIPE AND FITTINGS. PUMPS. 

How Street, under Hotel Phoenix, HAVERHILL. 

HARRY BLAKE, Manager. N. E. Telephone, 659=2. 

WILLIAM H. PAGE, 

Insurance Agency, 

Fire, Life, Accident, Plate Glass, 
Employers' Liability. 
117 MERRIMACK STREET, Masonic Building. 

Long Distance Telephone 354-3. Your business shall have Careful Attention. 



N. E. Telephone, 241-4. 



Peoples Telephone, 141-3. 



COSTELLO & SHAH AH AH, 

„ L 

w^m . all 



Funeral Directors 
and Embalmers 

Caskets, Trimmings, Robes and 
Habits of all kinds. Carriages 
Furnished for all occasions. 



Rooms, 210 Winter St., Haverhill. 

T. F. COSTELLO. Telephone and Night Beli connected 



Mum 



T. E. SHANAHAN. 



MERCHANTS' 

NATIONAL BANK 

163 Merrimack Street. 



Capital - - $100,000 
Surplus - - $25,000 



DISCOUNT DAY, MONDAY 



President, LAMONT H. CHICK 

Vice-President, D. T. KENNEDY 
Cashier, O. E. LITTLE 

Teller, F. L BOB INS ON 



DIRECTORS 

L H. CHICK C. K. FOX G. C. ELLIOTT 

P. N. WADLEIGH H. I. PINKHAM C. H. FELLOWS 

D. T. KENNEDY F D. McGREGOR F H. RUSS 

C. H. POOR C. A. DAVIS W. H. FLOYD 

L R. TABOR H. W. SPAULDING GEORGE THAYER 



merrimack 
National Bank 

No. 20 Washington Street 



CAPITAL, $240,000 

SURPLUS, $120,000 



Discount Day, Monday 



President DUDLEY PORTER 

Cashier, UBERT A. KILLAM 



Teller, ARTHUR P. TENNEY 



DIREGTORS 

JOHN L HOBSON DUDLEY PORTER DANA T. DUDLEY 

ARTHUR D. VEASEY CHARLES W. ARNOLD JOHN B. NICHOLS 

OSMAM S. CURRIER CHAS. L. BRIGGS MYRON L WHITCOMB 

JOHN PILLING PHILIP C. SWETT ALFRED KIMBALL 



6 



Haverhill Savings Bank 



153 MERRIMACK STREET 



Incorporated 1828. Deposits, $5,600,000 



President, ELBRIDGE G. WOOD 
Vice-President, DUDLEY PORTER 
Treasurer, RAYMOND NOYES 



Committee of Investment 

ELBRIDGE G.WOOD, DUDLEY PORTER 
JOHN L. HOBSON 



Bank open 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. Saturdays, 9 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. 



Deposits placed on interest the Third Wednesday 
of January, April, Jul}' and October. 



INCORPORATED 1B9J 



Pcntuckct Savings Bank 



35 WASHINGTON STREET. 



BANK OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 3 P. M. 
SATURDAYS 9 A. M. TO 12.30 ONLY. 



Deposits placed on interest the First of February, 
May, August and November. 

Dividends payable First Wednesday of 
February and August. 



President, GEO. H. CARLETON 

VICE-PRESIDENTS 

OLIVER TAYLOR, JOHN A. GALE 

TREASURER 

CHAS. S. TITCOMB 



TRUSTEES 

GEO. H. CARLETON GEO. E. ELLIOTT E. O. BULLOCK 

OLIVER TAYLOR J. W. VITTUM AUGUSTIN BOURNEUF 

JOHN A. GALE CHARLES H. HAYES D. T. KENNEDY 

THOMAS LAHEY J. N. B. GREEN BERIAH FOSTER 

GEORGE M. GOODWIN 

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE 

GEO. H. CARLETON C. H. HAYES J. W. VITTUM 

THOMAS LAHEY OLIVER TAYLOR 



'The American Home, the Safeguard of American Liberties." 






ORGANIZED AUGUST 13, 187 7. 

Authorized Capital, - $1,000,000 

President, AMOS W. DOWNING 
Vice-President, M. WARREN HANSCOM 
Secretary and Treasurer, WM. H. PAGE 

Monthly meetings are held on the First Monday in each month, at 7.30 P. M. 

at 117 Merrimack Street, Masonic Building, and the Annual 

Meeting First Monday in Novemher. 

New Shares on sale the first of May and November. 

SAVE 
OWN YOUR HOME 
MONEY 

Citizens Co-operative Bank 

ORGANIZED AUGUST U, 1887. 

Authorized Capital, - $1,000,000 

Monthly Meetings, Second Monday of each Month at 7.30 P. M. 



President, GEO. H. CARLETON 

Treasurer, JAMES W. GOODWIN 

New Shares issued in April and October 

SECURITY COMMITTEE 
J. M. STOVER P. C. SWETT G. M. GOODWIN 



Office, No. 81 Merrimack Street. 



9 



CONTRACTOR and BUILDER 



Estimates given for the Erection, 
Alteration and Repair of Buildings, 
either Brick or Wood. Also Excava- 
tion of Earth and Stone, and Sewer 
Work. 

Bakers' Ovens and Fire-Places and 
Art Tiling a specialty. Boiler Setting 
and Repairing. 



LICENSED DRAIN LAYER. 



OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 



2 Clinton St., Haverhill 



People's Telephone 151-4. 
N. E. Telephone 607-13 




BUILT BY F. H. CATE. 



Haverhill National Bank, 

MASONIC BUILDING, Merrimack Street, corner Mow. 

Ot?££&tfc±i!z;G><X J*jLl>r 9 1864 

0£*r>At£*l 9 $200,000 
^xxr^ltAS* OLXxd I*rofi1:» 9 $220,000 

DISCOUNT DAT, MONDAY. 

President, JOHN E. GALE. Cashier, B. I. PAGE. 

Teller, F. L. TOWNSEND. 

Book-keeper, W. D. STEARNS. 

DIRECTORS. 

AMOS W. DOWNING DANIEL FITTS HERBERT E. GALE 

JOHN E. GALE STEPHEN H. GALE HENRY H. GILMAN 

HAZEN B. GOODRICH WM. H. MOODY EDWIN H. MOULTON 

N. WOODBURN NICHOLS AUSTIN E. RUDDUCK 

JOHN H. SANBORN FRANK C. WILSON 

Formed from the Haverhill Bank, was incorporated in 1836. 

General Banking Business conducted on the most favorable terms consistent 
with conservative principles. Attention is called to its Agency of the Foreign 
Cheques of the American Express Company, and to the satisfactory results 
attending the use of this convenient form of Foreign Exchange. 



10 

FRANKLE & TILTON, 
General Insurance Agents, 

Fire, Marine and Life Policies issued in First-Class 
Companies at lowest prices. See Business Directory 
for list of Companies. 

Haverhill Savings Bank Building, 151-153 Merrimack Street. 

John E. Gale, President. Geo. W. Noyes, Treasurer. 

CITY FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK 

Organized April 19, 1870. 

46 WASHINGTON STREET, HAVERHILL 

DEPOSITS, $1,930,000 SURPLUS, $94,500 

INVESTMENT COMMITTEE. 

PHILIP C. SWETT S. P. GARDNER S. W. HOPKINSON 
JOHN E. GALE GEO. NICHOLS, 2d. 

MEET EVERY MONDAY AT 9 A. M. 

Deposits placed on interest the first day of March, June, September and December. 
Dividends payable the first Wednesday of June and December. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

46 WASHINGTON ST., HAVERHILL. 
CAPITAL $200,000 SURPLUS $120,000 

President, S. P. GARDNER Cashier, C. E. DOLE 

Teller, C. A. PINGREE Book-keeper, P. H. HARRIMAN 

DIRECTORS: C. C. Griffin, R. Stuart Chase, E. G. Wood, W. W. Spaulding, 

S. P. Gardner; W. A. Rugg, E. H. Howes, J. M. Stover, 

John A. Lynch, C. H. S. Durgin. 

Loans negotiated at any time. 

MURRAY AND EMERY COMPANY 

Designers, Printers, Engravers 
97 oliver street, boston, massachusetts 

Illustrated Catalogues and Booklets a Specialty. 



11 

E. H. Winter, 8 Central St., Br. Geo. W. Flynn, 128 Franklin St. 

WINTER & FLYNN 
Practical Painters 

TI1VTIJVG A3VI> I»J^I*E^IC HANGING 

Jobbing Promptly Attended To 

SHOP REAR OF CUMM1NGS' MARBLE WORKS 

MAIN STREET, HAVERHILL 




RATES, $U50 AND $2.00 
PER DAY. 

50 ROOMS, STEAM HEAT, 
ELECTRIC BELLS. 

11 to 15 How St., Haverhill. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

CONNECTED WITH THEATRE. C. L. SAUNDERS, Proprietor. 

EACLE HOTEL, 

25 MAIN STREET, HAVERHILL, MASS. 

Finest equipped hotel in the city. 

Newly Refitted. Every comfort for our guests. 

First-class in all respects. All modern conveniences. 

JOHN J. LINEHAN, Proprietor. 

J. P. MOXCEY, 

DEALER IN 

Paints, Oils, Glass, Wall Paper, etc. 

Painting and Paper Hanging. 

Office, 38 MAIN ST, Residence, 28 DUDLEY ST. 

HAVERHILL. 



12 



Mills & McClintock 



Successors to 



LeBosquet Brothers 



Manufacturers of 

LeBOSQUET'S 

LOW PRESSURE 
STEAM HEATING 
APPARATUS 

AND 

LeBOSQUET'S 
HOT WATER 
HEATERS, 

-■- -.... and Dealers in 

Hot hit Furnaces and Gas Fixtures. 

Agents for Richardson & Boynton's Hot Air Furnaces. 

A bend roth Brothers' Gem and Sectional Hot Water Heaters. 

Manufacturers of LeBosquet Brothers' Dampers and Flue Cleaners. 

We make a specialty of First-class Plumbing, 
Gas Fitting, Steam and Hot Water Heating. 

Rear 22 Main St. HAVERHILL. 




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HAVERHILL 



AND 



GROVELAND n • 

. X 13 <c , 

DIRECTORY 



OF THE 



INHABITANTS, INSTITUTIONS, MANUFACTURING 

ESTABLISHMENTS, SOCIETIES, BUSINESS, 

BUSINESS FIRMS, ETC 




W. A. GREENOUGH & CO, 

Coinpilers a?id Publishers 

No. 97 OLIVER ST., BOSTON, MASS. 



PRICE, $2.5©. 



Copyright 1902, by \Y. A. Greenough & Co. 




14 

A. H. Foster 

FORMERLY WITH THE WALTHAM WATCH CO. 

watGltmaker, Jeweler em Engraver 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING. 
Fine Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 

ARTISTIC LETTER ENGRAVING 

158 MERRIMACK STREET, HAVERHILL, MASS. 

E. C. OWEN & CO. 
Plumbing 

Roofing, Gas-Piping and Repairing, Sheet-Metal, 
Tin and Furnace Work. 

24 Main Street, BRADFORD, MASS. 

Peoples Telephone New England Telephone 

Marshall Bros. 



Masons, Builders 
and General 
Contractors 



Grading, Turfing and Teaming 

Special Attention Given to Rustic Masonry 



Ofct and Retidtnce T T ATT T^ T^ TT T T T 

25 TEMPLE STREET JC1 Jt\ V Hi JK. JTX. LJUL^ 



1553375 



CONTENTS. 



GROVE- 
LAND . 





17 

555 

19 

526 


55 

510 
510 

50 
441 
510 

510 
524 

495 
502 
487 

52 
510 
529 
511 
520 
515 
493 
491 
510 

55 
511 

512 
50S 
512 
513 
62S 
513 
513 
514 
506 
514 
529 
514 
529 
52 
513 
515 
496 
524 
501 
496 
496 
514 
.524 

515 
516 
511 
23 
515 

511 
512 
516 

526 

52 

512 












A O. of U. Workmen 




Blocks, Buildings, Halls, Etc. . . . 

Business Directory 

B. P. O. Elks 


54'.) 






Catholic Order of Foresters 




Census of Massachusetts 




Churches 


553 










Com. to Qualify Civil Officers 

Companions of the Forest 




Daughters of Pocahontas 






553 








533 


Grand Army of the Republic 

Index to Advertisements 

I. O. B. A 

I. O. O. F 

I. O. of R. M 


553 


Jr. O. U. A. M 


553 


















Mass. C. O. of Foresters 










554 


Offices, Etc 




O. U. A.M 




Police Department 

Post Offices 


554 


Private Schools 




Public Libraries 


554 


Public Schools 


551 


Railroad Stations 




Rates of Postage 

Royal Arcanum 




Societies . . 


553 


Sons of Veterans 




Streets, Courts, Avenues, Etc 

Temperance Organizations 

Town Officers 

Union Veteran's Union 


531 
551 


U. O. P. F 

U. O. of the Golden Star 

Ward Boundaries 




Wharves 




Woman's Relief Corps 





16 

7VL S. HOLIES, 

CONTRACTOR AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

BUILDERS' IKON WORK, 

PIPE COLUMNS and PLATES, SHAFTING, HANGERS, PULLEYS, Etc. 

Steam, Water and Gas Pipe, Valves and Fittings. Iron Fire Escapes. All 
kinds of Castings promptly furnished. Agents for H. W. Johns Asbestos 
Liquid Paint. Roofing and Building Material. Non-conducting Covering and 
Steam Packing. Also Agent for IDEAL Wind Mill. 

CHASE BLOCK, BRIDGE STREET, HAVERHILL. 

FREDERICK BUTLER, 

PAINTBR. 

Interior Painting, Graining and Paper Hanging. 

Hard Wood Finish and Polishing a Specialty. 

22 PLEASANT STREET, HAVERHILL, MASS. 

RESIDENCE, - 41 LINCOLN STREET, BRADFORD. 



mm 



OUW^Aull, llV 



ALBERT Q. HARDING, 

INSURANCE. 

Fire, Life, Accident and Employers' Liability, 
9 MERRIMACK STREET, 



Telephones i '""- Distance 4;!: '-'' 2 
telephones j ,>,,,,,],.„ 28.2 



HAVERHILL, MASS. 



17 



BRYANT BROTHERS, 
House Painting, Paper Hanging, 

WHITENING AND TINTING. 

Dealers in Wall Paper and Mouldings, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Ready 
Mixed Paints, Glass, Putty and Glazing, Hardware, Window Shades. 

51 MAIN STREET, BRADFORD, MASS. 

N. E. TELEPHONE. 





CALENDAR, 1902 


1903 


JANUARY 


MAY 


SEPTEMBER 


JANUARY 


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- 6 13 20 27 

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- 4 ii 1825 

- 5 12 1926 

- 6 13 2027 

- 7 14 21 28 

1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 31 


FEBRUARY 


JUNE 


OCTOBER 


FEBRUARY 


M 
T 
W 
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- 3 10 if 24 

- 4 11 18 25 

- 5 12 19 26 

- 6 13 20 27 

- 7 14 21 28 
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3 10 17 24 X 

4 11 18 25 X 

5 12 19 26 X 

6 13 20 27 X 

7 14 21 28 X 


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3 10 17 2431 

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1 8 15 22 

2 9 16 23 

3 10 17 24 

4 11 18 25 

5 12 19 26 

6 13 20 27 

7 14 21 28 


MARCH 


JULY 


NOVEMBER 


MARCH 


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1 8 15 22 29 

2 9 16 23 30 

3 10 17 24 31 

4 11 18 25 X 

5 12 19 26 X 

6 13 20 27 X 

7 14 21 28 X 


APRIL 


AUGUST 


DECEMBER 


APRIL 


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- 7 14 21 28 

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4 11 18 25 X 





LEITH * McDONAL 

FLORISTS 

CUT FLOWERS Telephone 

and POT PLANTS. Connection. 

DUSTIN SQUARE GREENHOUSES. 



HAVERHILL 



MASS. 



18 




BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 

239 to 245 Causeway St. 




COR. MEDFORD STREET, 

BOSTON. 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

Plain and Galvanized 

WROOBHT IRON PIPE 

AND FITTINGS. 

p. And all Goods used in connection 
with Steam, Gas or Water. 

Contractors for Seating all kinds 

of Buildings with Steam 

or Mot Water. 

Branch Office, 
7 Washington Square, Worcester, Mass. 



INSURE WITH 



A. Shirley Ladd 



25 Washington Square. 

Insurance for Everything Insurable 

See Business Directory for List of Companies. 




tooft— Catalog | | 

printers 1 | 





Director? 
publisher* 




W. H. 

Gveenoiujb 

£ £0. 

07 Oliver Street 
JSoston 



INDEX 



19 



Haverhill House Painting Co., Geo. W. Taylor, Manager. 
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPERS. 



HOUSE 

PAINTING 
PAPER 

HANGING 

WHITEWASHING. 




Shop 

2 West St. 

HAVERHILL 

MASS. 



B™ 



RING YOVR WASHING 

O THE 



Troy Laundry 

WE CAN SUIT YOU WHEN OTHERS FAIL. 

No. 66 Essex Street, HAVERHILL. 



IN® EX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Adams J. Fred 

back cover 
American Type 

Founders Co... 439 
Andrews & Wood 
opp. 55 
Arnold C. W. & 

Co front cover 

Arnold T. M. & 

Co front cover 

Baraw & Hunt. . . 2 
Harriett "N". 0.... 806 
Bartlett W. Still- 
man 805 

Batch elder J. 

Frank 805 

Bates James C •• 73 

Beal Bros 825 

Bean D. B. & Co. 821 
Bean J. W.back cover 
Blake C. M. & Co 3 
Boynton F. W. . . 824 
Bradford Academy440 
Bradford Cram 

Co 820 

Bradley E.C.Mrs. 90 
Braman,Dow &Co. 18 
Breed Frank M.. 268 

Brittain & Co 822 

Brown J. F 826 

Bryant Bros 17 

Burrowes E. T. 

Co. (The) 825 

Busfield James... 815 



PAGE 

Butler Frederick 16 

Cate F. H . 9 

Caverly Bros. . . . 815 
Chad wick War- 
ren B 73 

Chapman J.W.bk.cov. 
Chase A. Taft. -.807 

Chase Bros 814 

Chase D. D. Lum- 
ber Co 821 

Chase D. S 814 

Checkering Elmer 

opp. 38 
Citizens Co-opera- 
tive Bank.. .... 8 

City Five Cents 

Savings Bank-. 10 
Coffin Charles H 806 
Cole N. S. ..foot lines 
Comeau B. M... 23 
Costello & Shau- 

ahan 3 

Cummings Frank 

G front cover 

Dalton A.&Co.bk.cov. 

Davis & Co 816 

Desmond John T 147 
Dillenback H. G. 822 
Dole & Child s. . .. 823 

Dow A. H 73 

Dow S. Azro 807 

Duffee W.F.& Co. 817 

Eagle Hotel 11 

Eagle Laundry.. 825 



PAGE. 

Elliott George C . 821 
Ellison J.O.&Co. 809 
Essex Brewery • • 826 
Eureka Machine 

Co 815 

Fellows C. H. & 

Co 171 

First National 

Bank 10 

Foster A. 41... . 14 
Foster Geo. C. . 816 
Frankle & Tiltou 10 
Frost Charles F. 817 
Frothingham E.G. 455 
Gardner F.P.bk.cover 
Goodrich&Collum 819 
Goodwin C.H. ft.cov. 
Goodwin J. W. . . 803 
Goodwin M. H. . 803 
Groveland Mills- 828 
Hamlin F. S. bk. cov. 
Hanscom Bros- . 809 
Hanscom W.H.. . 810 
Harding A. G... 16 
Harriman Louis 

H back cover 

Harvey Glass Co 819 
Haverhill Box Co. 810 
Haverhill Bus. 

College. • -toot lines 
Haverhill Co-op- 
erative Bank. .. 8 
Haverhill Gas 

Light Co 807 



20 




1XDEX 






PAGE 


PAGE 


PAGE 


Haverhill lions*; 




Metropolitan Life 


Reilly W. F. B... 


353 


Painting Co. • • 


19 


Ins. Co 74 


Roche John M-. 


820 


Haverhill Ice Co. 




Millay F. W 812 


Rosengard Furni- 




(The) 


20 


Mills&McClintock 12 


ture Co 


825 


Haverhill Ma- 




Mitchell & Co.... 824 


Saltmarsh A. H. 


818 


chine Works-- 


815 


Moody & Bartlett 804 


Sargent C. E. opp 


. 54 


Haverhill Nat'l 




Morse C. C. & Sou 814 


Savage E. B 


804 


Hank (The). . .. 


9 


Morse & Heath ft.cov. 


Savignac Chas- .. 


819 


Haverhill Sav. Hank 6 


Morse & Hoyt. .. 812 


Sawyer H. R 


370 


Hayes C. II 


810 


Moulton E. H.... 821 


Sawyer & Dean. . 


807 


Holmes M. S. . . 


16 


Moxcey J. P 11 


Say ward J. H.. . . 


809 


How William E. 


814 


Murray Bros. Co. 22 


Seavey Bros. bk. 


cov. 


Island Park Box 




Murray & Emery 


Short J. M. & Co 


74 


Co 

Jones F. E. Co... 


810 
811 


Co • •. 10 


Smith FredR.bk. 
Spinney F. W 


cov. 


NewEng. Tel. and 


22 


Kaveney M 


819 


Tel. Co 486 


Spofford N 


73 


Kerrigan Geo. B. 


805 


New Phoenix ••• 11 


Stansfield How- 




Kimball H.W.fr. 


JOV. 


Norton J. H.& Co. 820 


arth. . .bottom < 


3dge 


Kimball L. & Son 


816 


Nute J. K. & Co. 22 


Staples E. M 


828 


Kistler, Lesh &Co 811 


Ordway J. 74 


Stearns A. T. Lum- 




Ladd A. Shirley 


18 


Osgood C.C.& Co 323 


ber Co 


21 


Laug R. W 


808 


Osgood J. H.&Co473 


Staples & Gile... 


818 


Lea 1 


827 


Owen E. C. & Co 14 


Stevens C. B. Mrs 


822 


LeBlanc Joseph. 


2 


Page Geo. G. Box 


Sullivan & Ela. . . 


. 74 


Leith & McDonald 


17 


Co 447 


Taffe Daniel & Co 8: 


Lennox & Briggs 


811 


Page W. H 3 


' Tanner H. C 


399 


Leslie P 


824 


Pearl Francis H. . 804 


Tasker Millard.. . 


813 


Luce I. M 


272 


Pentucket Cafe. . 22 


Taylor H. L. & 




Lufkin E. N 


273 


Pentucket Laun- 


foot 1 


ines 


Mackenzie Bros. 


824 


dry 332 


Tavlor-Goodwin 




Maney M. II. back 




Pentucket Sav- 


Co side] 


iues 


binding and 


818 


ings Bank 7 


Tenney M. G. . . . 


813 


Marshall Bros- . • • 


14 


People's House 


Tozier N. C.& Co. 




McDonald W. J. 


805 


Furnishing Co. 


back cover 


McGovern J. II. 




front cover 


Trask Robert D. 


806 




Perkins H. L.... 829 


Troy Steam Laun- 




M c G r a 1 1 y & 
Wheeler 




Peters & Cole..... 804 
PickardBen T.opp. 55 


dry 


19 


817 


Tuck W. O...... 


16 


Merchants Nat'l 




Pingree & Kyan. 803 


U. S. Leather Co. 


811 


Bank 


4 


Pitcher H. F. . ... 339 


Vaughn H. S. . . . 


413 


Merrimack Laun- 




Poor & Fuller... 803 


Walworth Mnfg. 




dry 


23 


Potter Warren W. 3 


Co 


818 


Merrimack Nat'l 




Power J. H.&Co. 812 


Wasou George M. 


2 


Hank 


5 


Powers James J. 823 


White J. W 

Wilson James. . . . 


813 




2 


Merrill II. N.... 


806 


Pray R. B 344 


Winter & Flynn. 


11 


MerrowA. W. ft. cover 


Press Pub. Co... 345 


Woodsum F. P. . . 


808 


Messenger E. A. 


808 


Rand F. N. . ..ft. cov. 


Wyer B. F 


23 



HA.VEFLHII_.il. XOES 




RCENT, President 



CO. 

Established 1856. 
Incorporated 1884. 

N.E.Tel. 147-4. 

Peoples Tel. 

179-2 Stables. 

179-3 Office. 



7 Emerson 

Street, 
HAVERHILL. 



CHARLES F. SMITH. Treasurer. 



Established 1849. 



THE A. T, STEARNS LUMBER COMPANY. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

FLORIDA GULF CYPRESS A SPECIALTY. 

Cypress Lumber, Cypress Shingles, Cypress Timber, Georgia Pine, 

Florida Ash, Spruce and Hemlock. 

Rift Hard Fine, Ash, Oak & Maple Flooring. 

QUARTER SAWED CYPRESS SQUARES. 

Cypress Sheattiing and. Clapboarding. 




GUTTERS AND CONDUCTORS, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, COLUMNS, ETC. 

MANTELS. 

Doors, Windows and Blinds. 

BUILDERS' FINISH OF" EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Window and Door Frames, Stair Posts, Rails and Balusters, Store and 
Office Fittings, Counters, Bowl Stands, Mantel Shelves, Etc. 

SPECIAL CABINET WORK. 

Carpenter and Mill Work of All Kinds. 

SASH BARS AND GREENHOUSE STOCK. 




TANKS, CISTERNS, DYE TUBS, 

FENCE POSTS, RAILS AND PICKETS, CYPRESS BOAT STOCK. 

Kiln Dried Lumber Always in Stock. 

Send, for Boole, " Cypress Lumber and. Its Uses." No Charge. 



Main Office, Mills and Wharves at Neponset, ~\ 

Branch Office and Exhibit, 166 Devonshire St. and 19 Federal St. I BOSTON. 

Havmarket Square Salesroom, 1 Sudbury St., cor. Merrimac St. J 

P. 0. Address, Neponset, Mass. Long Distance Telephones. 



22 

First-C/ass in Every Respect. 

THE PENTUCKET CAFE 

B. J. OWEN, Proprietor, 
112 Merrimack Street, HAVERHILL, MASS. 

FRANK W. SPINNEY, 

... NURSERYMAN ... 

Fruit and ornamental Trees, sunins, Roses and Vines. 

HYACINTH, TULIP AND CROCUS BULBS. 

Mill, corner Windsor Street, Head of Lake Saitonstaii 

HAVERHILL, MASS. 



MURRAY BROTHERS CO 

Stevens Street, Near Stevens' Mill. 
Wholesale Or*ooer*s, 

Produce Commission Merchants, Teas, Coffees, 
Canned Goods. 



■ 






HOME OFFICE, 617 COMMON STREET, LAWRENCE, MASS. 

N. E. TELEPHONE, 647-2. PEOPLES TELEPHONE, 143-2. 

J. K. NUTE * CO. 

SLIPPER BOWS 
AND TRIMMINGS j 

60 Washington Street, HAVERHILL, MASS 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 23 

B. 3^^E- COllIBAtJ, 

4 ... UNDERTAKER ... 

Rear 88 Lafayette Spare. Residence, i Blaisdell Street. HacK Offices, 197 Merrimack street and 
268 Essex street, Haverhill, lass. 

Peoples Telephone, 136-4. OPEN DAY ATND NIGHT. New England, 449-3. 
ALSO REAL ESTATE AMP HOUSES TO LET. 

B. F. WYER, 

PH AR jIVL AC I ST 

AF*D APOTHECARY, 

49 Main Street, Bradford, Haverhill, Mass. 

MERRIMACK LAUNDRY, 

LARGEST AND BEST IN THE CITY. 



All orders promptly attended to. All Work Guaranteed 

Satisfactory. Orders left at the Hotels will receive 

Prompt Attention. Telephone Connection. 



FRED K. BROOKS, 14 WASHINGTON STREET. 
STREET DIRECTORY 

Giving the location of each street, and showing what other streets and 
places run from it or across it with the number at which they intersect. 



AGOR 


N, 


ward 5, from Hilldale 


ave. 


next Orange to Sherman 


ave. 












Hilldale ave. 







Mt. Dustin ave. 







Pine 







Sherman ave. 


ADAMS, 


ward 4, from 30 River- 


side 


ave. to 15 Brown. 


4 


3 


Riverside ave. 



20 21 Lincoln ave. 

43 IScott 
70 69 Brown 

ADAMS PLACE, ward 3, from 
44 Washington to the river. 

ALBERT, ward 5, from Hill- 
dale ave. next bey. Maurice. 

ALBERT AVENUE, ward o, 
from Brook to Greenough. 



4 STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 


ALBERT— Con. 


ARLINGTON, wards 2-4, from 


Brook 


97 Main to Mill at Arlington 


Newton 


square. 


Greenough 
ALBION, ward 5, from 21 High 
to 28 Hillside. 


2 1 Main 

27 Newcomb 
43 Clinton 
64 61 Webster 


ALLEN, ward 7, from 64 Elm to 


97 Highland ave. 


165 Main. 


Windsor 


ALPHA, ward 5, from Lowell 


Richmond 


ave. beyond Forest to River. 


Chestnut 


ALTAMONT, ward 5, from 51 


144 Mill 


Broadway to Brook. 


Arlington square 


Broadway 


ARLINGTON PARK, ward 4, 


Sylvan 


junction Arlington and Wind- 


Olive 


sor streets and Highland ave. 


Brook 


ARLINGTON PLACE, ward 4, 


AMEiSBURY, ward 4, from 


from 201 Mill. 


Amesbnry rd. beyond Whittier 


ARLINGTON SQUARE, ward 


avenue. 


4, end of Arlington, junction 


AMES BURY ROAD, ward 4, 


Mill and Chestnut. 


from 300 Kenoza ave. to Merri- 


ARNOLD PLACE, ward 3, from 


mac line. 


35 Washington to 16 Wingate. 


Kenoza ave. 
Kenoza 


ARTHUR, ward 5, from Pilgrim 


Lovers lane 


rd. near Brook, west. 


Thompson 


ASHLAND, ward 2, from 109 


Elliot 


Main to Webster, opp. Grant. 


Whittier ave. 


2 1 Main 


Amesbury 


20 Travers 


Whittier road 


Webster 


Rykman 


ASHWORTH TERRACE, ward 


Countess 


5, from Freeman to Observa- 


Nicholsville 


tory ave. S. H. 


Rocks or Plaistow rd. 
Sanders Hill 
Merrimac line 


ATLANTA, ward 5, from Hill- 
dale ave. next beyond ceme- 
tery to R. R. 
Hilldale avenue 


ANTIETAM, ward 6, from 364 


Main to Primrose. 


Everett 


APPLE, ward 5, from 45 Hill- 


Dartmouth 


dale avenue. 


B. & M. R. R. 


ARCH, ward 5, from 75 Wash- 


AUBURN, ward 6, from 58 


ington ave. to' 20, High. 


White to 10 Sixth avenue. 


Washington ave. 


White 


3 Arch place 


37 Fourth avenue 


10 Park ave. 


52 Dover 


11 Autumn 


71 Fifth avenue 


15 Curtis 


81 Sixth avenue 


40 Arch ave. 




59 Mrytle st. extension 


AUTUMN, ward 5, from 12 


High 


Myrtle to 11 Arch. 


ARCH AVENUE, ward 5, from 


Myrtle 


40 Arch to opp. 58 Central. 
1 Arch 


2 Autumn place 
Arch 


12 Park ave. 


AUTUMN PLACE, ward 5, 


Central 


from 2 Autumn to 34 Curtis. 


.UlCH PLACE, ward 5, from 3 


AVON PLACE, ward 5, from 242 


Arch. 


Washington. 



STREETS, C 


OURTS, ETC. 25 


AYER, ward 5, from River opp. 


BELMONT AVENUE, ward 4, 


Margin to 402 Washington. 


from 27 Haverhill to 46 Keel- 


Riiver 


ey. 


28 Garfield 


BELVIDERE ROAD, ward 4, 


42 43 Wilson 


from Mill opp. St. James ave. 


Washington 


around Lake Saltonstall. 


BAILEY'S COURT, warr" 5, 


BENJAMIN, ward 5, from 25 


from Broadway, A. V. 


Hilldale ave. 


BALDWIN, ward 5, from opp. 8 


BENNET AVENUE^ ward 4, 


Porter to 12 Shepherd. 


from Groveland to Boardman. 


BALL, ward 5, from 73 Broad- 


BENNINGTON, ward 5, from 


way to Titcornb. 


Hilldale ave. opp. Monument 


BALTIMORE, ward 6, from 490 


to the R. R. 


Main at Dustin square, to be- 


Hilldale ave. 


yond Sawyer 


Dartmouth 


* 2 1 Main 


B. & M. R. R. 


36 35 Sawyer 


BERKELEY AVENUE, ward 4, 


BARTLETT, ward 5, from 281 


from Windsor, across Mill to 


Washington to 116 High. 


Lake Saltonstall. 


BARTLETT AVENUE, ward 2, 


Windsor 


from 16^ Summer to beyond 


Mill 


Bartlett court. 


Lake Saltonstall 


Summer 


BETHEL, ward 5, from 46 


16 Bartlett court 


Washington ave. to 3 Central. 


BARTLETT COURT, ward 2, 


BIRCH, ward 5, from State to 


from 16 Bartlett avenue. 


Grand View ave. 


BATCHELDER, ward 3, from 

132 Essex. 


BIRCHBROW, ward 4, Belvi- 


dere road, near Lake Salton- 


BATE/MAN, ward 5, from Hill- 


stall. 


dale ave. beyond Acorn, west 




to beyond Maurice. 


BISHOP PLACE, ward 3, from 


Hilldale ave. 


79 Washington. 


Lapierre 


BLAISDELL, ward 5, from 57 


Maurice 


High to opp. 33 Broadway. 


BEACH, ward 5, from Margin 


2 1 High 


to Washington. 


25 Marshall 


Margin 


Broadway 


River 
9 Garfield 
72 Vila 


BLOSSOM, ward 6, from 69 


Fifth ave. to Sixth ave. 


73 Wilson 


BLOSSOM, ward 7, from 210 


Washington 


Elm, junction R. R. ave. to 209 


BEACON, ward 5, from opp. 50 


Main. 


Temple to 78 Washington ave. 
1 Temple 
18 17 Central 


2 Elm 
Railroad ave. 
5 Locke 


Washington ave. 


29 Vernon 




43 Crescent 


BEAL PLACE, ward 3, from 74 


46 Maple 


Merrimack. 


Main 


BELLEVUE AVENUE, ward 5, 


BOARDMAN, ward 4, from 102 


from 51 High to opp. 25 Broad- 


Groveland to 49 Mill. 


way. 


1 2 Groveland 


High 


24 (contemplated) 


21 Hillside 


39 Currier ave. 


24 Marshall 


59 Fernald ave. 


Broadway 


86 Golden Hill ave. 



26 STREETS, COURTS 


, ETC. 


BOARDMAN— Con. 


62 


Lowell ave. 


169 Buttonwoods ave. 




73 Ball 


201 (contemplated) 





Smith 


Linwood cemetery 


78 


Rockland 


Mill 




97 North Broadway 


BOSTON, ward 5, from 50 Grove 
to end Freeman. 
Grove 
Hancock 
Pilling 
Freeman 








Carleton 
Monument 

Forest 
Vale 
Lake 
Liberty 

Bailey's court 


BOSTON ROAD, ward 7, contin- 





Crystal 


uation of Main, junction Ferry 





Methuen line 


rd. to North Andover line. 
Main 
L 
Oxford ave. 


BROCKTON AVENUE, ward 6, 


from 211 Main to Lawrence. 


BROOK, ward 5, from opposite 


Willow ave. 


99 


Hilldale avenue to beyond 


M 


Pil 


grim road. 


* Waldo court 





Hilldale avenue 


S 




Dudley ave. 


H 




Albert ave. 


Cross road 




Sherman ave. 


North Andover line 





Altamont 


BOXFORD ROAD, ward 7, 




St. Lawrence 


from Salem bey. Peabody to S. 





Pilgrim road 


Cross road. 


BROOKS, ward 7, from 65 Kim- 


BRADFORD AVENUE, ward 7, 


ball, across Central to Doane. 


from 162 Elm to 191 Main, Br. 





u ivimoan 


Elm 


10 


Central 


New Hampshire ave. 





Doane 


49 Maple 


BROW 


Main 


ey 


to beyond Munroe at city 


BRADLEY AVENUE, ward 5, 


farm. 

A 17- 1 


from Lowell ave. to Methuen 


V 




15 Adams 
31 Madison 


line at Hawks bridge. 


BRADSTRFVET AVENUE, ward 




51 Munroe 


7, from Cross road near Bos- 
ton road, W. H. 


BROWN'S LANE, ward 5, from 




North Broadway, near state 


BRAGG COURT, ward 1, from 


line east. 


77 Emerson. 








BRY\ 


ANT AVENNE. ward 7, 


BRICKET HILL, ward 6, from 


from 6 Chad wick 


Gile to New Hampshire line. 


BULL-EN PLACE, ward 3, from 


BRIDGE, wards 1-2, from opp. 


98 Washington. 


Main, junct. Water and Merri- 
mack to Bradford bridge. 


BURKE, ward 6, from 178 Prim- 
rose to Hale. 


BROADWAY, ward 5, from 160 
Lafayette square through 
Aver Village to Methuen line. 
2 Lafayette sq. 
10 Oak terrace 


BUTTONWOODS AVENUE, 
ward 4, from 242 Water to 169 
Board man. 
Water 


Thorndike 





John Ward ave. 


Bellevue ave. 





(contemplated) 


Blaledell 





Boardman 


51 Altamont 


BYRON, ward 7, from 138 Main 


50 Grove 


to 


Carleton square. 


55 Pilgrim road 





Main 



j 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



27 



5 Highland 
18 Hawthorn 

21 Euclid ave. 
39 Carleton sq. 
CAME AVENUE, ward 4, from 

59 Summer to 188 Water. 

2 1 Summer 

8 Hope ave. 

30 31 Water 
CARLETON, ward 5, from 273 

Lowell |avenue to Broadway, 

W. P. 
CARLETON AVENUE, ward 7, 

from 99 Main to 16 Chad wick. 

CARLETON PLACE, ward 4, 
from 130 W^ater. 

CARLETON SQUARE, ward 7, 
junction Byron, Colby and 
Park ave. 

CEDARi, ward 6, from, 50 White 
to Sixteenth avenue. 

4 White 

44 39 Fourth ave. 

55 Dover 

74 65 Fifth ave. 

90 87 Sixth ave. 

100 Dexter 

101 Seventh ave. 

llo Garden 

122 121 Eighth ave. 

136 Ninth ave. 

144 141 Tenth ave. 

145 Eleventh ave. 

Twelfth ave. 

Thirteenth ave. 

Fourteenth ave. 

Fifteenth ave. 

Sixteenth ave. 

CENTRAL, ward 5, from bey. 
Bethel to 52 High. 

3 Bethel 
Beacon 

Tremont 
Arch 

60 High 

CENTRAL, ward 7, from 68 
Main to beyond Brooks. 
2 Main 

7 Chestnut 
25 Warren 
34 Central ave. 

46 Grove 

58 Pond 

67 Webster 
74 75 Brooks 

CENTRAL AVENUE, ward 7, 
from 19 Kimball to 34 Central. 



CENTRE, ward 4, from Middle 
rd. at Walnut cemetery to 
Kenoza. 

CHAD WICK, ward 7, from opp. 

41 Merrimack to 139 Main. 
1 Merrimack 

6 Bryant ave. 

7 Pleasant 
16 Carleton ave. 

Elm 

Main 

CHADWICK ROAD, ward 7, 
from opp. Willow ave. to Box- 
ford road. 

CHAPEL, ward 1, from 19 How 
to 16 Pecker. 

CHARLES, wards 3-6, from 24 
White to 15 Lewis. 
2 1 White 
3 North 
Franklin 

25 New 
Cottage 

42 43 Primrose 
49 Harrison 
65 Lewis 

CHARLES, ward 7, from 19 
Railroad to 26 Kimball. 

CHASE'S LANE, ward 1, from 
166 Merrimack to the river. 
Merrimack 
Merchants row 
Merrimack river 

CHERRY, ward 2, from 79 Main 
to opp. 15 Newcomb. 

CHESTNUT, ward 4, from 162 
Water i:o Arlington sq. 
2 1 Water 
Summer 
60 59 Mt. Vernon 

81 St. James ave. 
92 93 Fark 
118 Arlington 

120 119 Mill 

CHESTNUT, ward 7, from 7 
Central to 4 Salem. 
Central 
12 Doane 
21 Green 
Salem 

CHICK AVENUE, ward 5, from 
403 Washington to 10 Marble. 
Washington 
4 Davis 

Marble 



28 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



CHURCH, ward 7, from opp. 18 
Salem to 138 Main, junction of 
Byron. 
CITY LANE, ward 4, from East 
Broadway to Merrimack river. 
CLAREMONT AVENUE, ward 
4, from 144 Groveland to Pow- 
der House ave. 
CLIFF, ward 5, from 17 Hilldale 

ave. 
CLINTON, ward 2, from 43 Ar- 
lington to 4 Park. 
CLOVER RIDGE, ward 6, a sec- 
tion between Marsh avenue 
and Fishing river. 
COFFIN AVENUE, ward 4, 
from 512 Groveland, along the 
river to E. Broadway. 
2 1 Groveland 
4 Old Ferry road 

100 99 East Broadway 
COGSWELL, ward 5, from Hill- 
dale ave. next bey. Benning- 
ton to the R. R. 
Hilldale ave. 

Dartmouth 
R. R. 
COGSWELL, ward 7, from Nev! , 
near Main to end of Merrill. 
New 
-High 

Orchard 
Merrill 
COGSWELL AVENUE, ward 7, 

from 113 Main. 
COLBY, ward 7, from 39 Salem 
to beyond Summit ave. 
Salem 
Park ave. 

Carleton square 
Summit ave. 
COLBY'S LANE, ward 4, from 
Main, westerly, Rocks Village. 
COLE AVENUE, ward 7, from 

8 Grove to 46 Kimball. 
COLLINS PLACE, ward 3, from 

rear 175 Washington. 
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS, ward 
4, from Amesbury road, near 
Kaulback's greenhouse. 
COLUMBIA PARK, ward 6, 
from opp. 170 Main to Law- 
rence. 
COLUMBUS AVENUE, ward 6, 
from 205 Lawrence to Lake 
View ave. 



COMMONWEALTH AVENUE, 

ward 6, from 231 Lawrence to 

Lake View ave. 

Lawrence 

Macon ave. 

Lake View ave. 
CONCORD, ward 6, from 120 

Kenoza ave. north, past Lake 

Pentucket to North ave. 

Kenoza ave. 
Lake ave. 

Crosby 

North ave. 
CORAL, ward 6, from 557 Main 

to Winona ave. 
CORLISS HILL ROAD, ward 4, 

from Whittier rd. to Newton 

rd. at Brandy Brow Hotel. 
COTTAGE, ward 3, from 163 

Winter to opp. 27 Charles. 
Winter 
6 7 Williams 

14 13 Charles 
COTTAGE, ward 7, from 17 

Greenleaf to 12 Haseltine. 
COUNTESS, ward 4, from 

Amesbury rd. next bey. Ryk- 

man, Nicholsville. 
COUNTRY BRIDGE ROAD, 

ward 4, from Middle rd. near 

Congregational Church, E. P. 

to E. Broadway. 
COURT, ward 1, from 46 Main 

to 27 Fleet. 
CRAM'S LANE, ward 1, from 

150 Merrimack to the river. 
CRAW T FORD, ward 5, from 

Hilldale ave. beyond Eudora 

to Newark, Rosemont. 
Hilldale ave. 
Oliver 
Newark 
CRESCENT, ward 7, from 43 

Blossom to 215 Main. 
CRESCENT PLACE, ward 1, 

from Main to Winter. 
CROSBY, ward 6, from opp. 108 

North ave. across Concoi'd. 
North ave. 
Passaconway ave. 

Concord 
CROSS, ward 2, from 45 Vestry 

to 38 Stage. 

CROSS ROAD, ward 7, from 
Boston rd. at Ward Hill post- 
office to Ferry rd. 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



29 



Boston rd. 

Bradstreet ave. 

Oxford ave. 
B. & M. R. R. 
Ferry id. 
CROWN PLACE, ward 2, from 

84 Water. 
CRYSTAL, ward 5, from N. 
Broadway, across Broadway, 
A. V. to Methuen line. 
ON. Broadway 
Liberty 

Crystal court 
Broadway 
Methuen line 
CRYSTAL COURT, ward 5, 

from Crystal, A. V. 
CURRIER AVENUE, ward 4, 
from 94 Groveland to 39 Board- 
man. 
CURRIER PLACE, ward 5, 

from 37 Washington ave. 
CURTIS, ward 5, from Myrtle to 
15 Arch. 
Myrtle 
34 Autumn place 

44 45 Arch 

CUSHING AVENUE, ward 6> 
from Main to N. H. line 

CYPRESS, ward 2, from 55 
Green to 58 Moore. 

DARTMOUTH, ward 5, from 
Cogswell) to beyond Atlanta. 
Cogswell 
Bennington 
Atlanta 

DAVENPORT, ward 5, from 298 
Washington. 

DAVIS, ward 5,. from 4 Chick 
ave. to Silver. 

DAVIS PLACE, ward 6, from 
158 Webster. 

DAY, ward 5, from Westford to 
601 Washington 

DEXTER, ward 6, from 100 
Cedar to 125 Primrose. 

2 1 Cedar 
10 Franklin 

Primrose 

DOANE, ward 7, from 90 Main 
to beyond Brooks. 
Main 
6 Chestnut 
14 Warren 



Pine 
Webster 
Brooks 

DOVER, ward 6, from 52 Au- 
burn to 55 Cedar. 
DRISCOLL, ward 6, from 81 

Fifth ave. to Sixth ave. 
DUDLEY AVENUE, ward 5, 

from Brook to Newton. 
DUDLEY, ward 6, from 141 

Main to Webster. 
DUNCAN, ward 3, from 56 

Locke to 246 Winter. 
DURGIN PLACE, ward 3, rear 

74 Washington. 
DUSTIN, ward 1, from 10 Vine 
to 15 White. 
Vine 
6-8 Dustin place 

White 
DUSTIN PLACE, ward 1, from 

6 and 8 Dustin. 
DUSTIN SQUARE, ward 6, 

junction Main and Primrose. 
E, ward 7. from L to bey. Y, 
W T ard Hill. 
L 
Y 
EAST BROADWAY, ward 4, 
from 284 Groveland, Tilton's 
Corner to Rocks Village. 
2 1 Groveland 
42 Golden 

45 Pine 
46 Kenoza 

63 Spruce 
81 Jordan 
139 Old Ferry road 
372 Mill Vale road 

City lane 
Thompson road 

750 Country Bridge road 

Rocks or Plaistow rd. 

Main 
Rocks Village 
EASTERN AVENUE, ward 4, 
from 228 Water to Linwood 
cemetery. 
EDWIN, ward 5, from Maxwell 

to 13 Florence ave. 
EIGHTEENTH AVENUE, ward 
6, from 388 Main to Primrose. 

EIGHTH AVENUE!, ward 6, 
from 182' Main, across Prim- 
rose to B. & M. R. R. 
2 3 Main 



30 STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 


EIGHTH AVENUE— Con. 


ESSEX, wards 3-5, from 29 


5 Sheldon 


Washington sq. and 1 Wash- 


37 Cedar 


ington to 1-2 Lafayette sq. 


Franklin 


2 1 Washington sq. 


Primrose 


50 Wingate 


Hale 


74 Granite 




77 Locust 


ELEVENTH AVENUE, ward 6, 


109 Locke 


from 238 Main, projected to 


132 Batchelder 


Primrose. 


B. & M. R. R. 


Main 


246 High 


Cedar 


246 247 Lafayette sq. 


Primrose 


EUCLID AVENUE, ward 7, 


ELLIOT, ward 4, from Ames- 


from 21 Byron to 24 Park. 


bury road, above Lovers lane 


EUDORA, ward 5, from Hilldale 


to Kenoza at Kenoza lake. 


avenue, beyond Cogswell to 


ELLIOTT PLACE, ward l,from 


the railroad. 


214 Merrimack to the Merri- 


EVERETT, ward 5, from At- 


mack river. 


lanta, south. 


ELM, ward 6, from 147 Main to 


FAIRFIELD, ward 5, from 


Lawrence. 


Westford to 635 Washington. 


ELM, ward 7, from 125 Main to 


FEDERAL, ward 5, from 2 Hill- 


junction Blossom and Railroad 


dale ave. to Thorndike. 


ave. 


Hilldale ave. 



2 Main 


Chadwick 


Thorndike 


64 Allen 


FERNALD AVENUE, ward 4, 


71 Lincoln 


from 66 Groveland to 59 Board- 


102 Prospect 


man. 


140 Marion 

162 Bradford ave. 

210 Blossom 

Railroad ave. 


FERRY, ward 7, from 62 Main 
to 1 Railroad. 
Main 




9 Kimball 


ELM PLACE, ward 2, from 27 


12 Lafayette 


Main. 


27 Railroad 


EMERSON, wards 1-3, from 199 


FERRY ROAD, ward 7, from 


Merrimack and 1 Washington 


Main, junct. Boston road to 


sq. to 124 Winter. 


Gage's ferry. 


1 Merrimack 


Main 


2 Washington sq. 


Riverview 


50 Walnut 


Neck road 


63 Oak 


Cross road 


77 Bragg court 


Pearson 


86 Orchard 


Gage's ferry 


87 Henry 




104 Grand 


FIFTEENTH AVENUE, ward 


125 Winter 


6, from opp. 315 Main to Prim- 




rose. 


EMERY, ward 5. from Hilldale 


Main 


ave. opp. Emdora, east. 


Cedar 


EMILY, ward 5. from Hilldale 


Primrose 


ave. north of Willie to Sher- 


FIFTH AVENUE, ward 6, from 


man ave. 


146 Main to 97 Primrose. 


Hilldale ave. 


1 Main 


Mt. Dustin ave. 


2 Portland 


Pine ave. 


12 19 Auburn 


Sherman ave. 


32 Cedar 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



31 



Union 

50 49 Franklin 
81 Driscoll 
Primrose 
FINNEY PLACE, ward 3, from 

58 Washington. 
FLEET, ward 1, from; 49 Merri- 
mack to opp. 19 Pleasant. 
Merrimack 
18 Saltonstall court 

27 Court 
36 Masonic ct. 

60 65 Pleasant 
FLORENCE AVENUE, ward 5, 
from 566 Washington to the 
river. 
Washington 

13 Edwin 
River 
Margin 
Merrimack river 
FORD, ward 5, from 360 Wash- 
ington to beyond Prospect. 
2 1 Washington 
8 Prospect 

FOREST, ward 5, from Broad- 
way, beyond Monument across 
Lowell ave. to River. 
FOREST AVENUE,, ward 6, 
from opp. 61 Kenoza ave. to 
Howard. 
FOUNTAIN, ward 6, from 131 
Main to 86 Kenoza ave. 
Main 
48 Webster 
98 97 Lawrence 
Kenoza ave. 

FOURTEENTH AVENUE, 

ward 6, from Main, opposite 
Lawrence to Primrose. 

Main 

Cedar 

Primrose 

FOURTH AVENUE, ward 6, 
from 112 Main, to 47 North. 
1 Main 
13 Portland 
31 Auburn 
46 47 Cedar 
Nichols 

Union 
59 North 

FRANKLIN, wards 3-6, from 145 
Winter to Eighth avenue. 
2 Winter 
14 11 William; 
22 21 Charles 



55 John 
106 105 Fifth ave. 
118 117 Sixth ave. 
132 131 Dexter 
Garden 
149 Eighth ave. 
FREEMAN, ward 5, from 367 
Washington to Boston. 
Washington 
6 Proctor 

Aishworth terrace 

Tiltons Tower rd. 

Boston 
FRONT, ward 7, from 35 Locke 
to Merrill. 
Locke 
8 7 New 
High 

Orchard 

Merrill 

GALE PARK, ward 4, Mill, cor. 
Saltonstall rd. Westland ter- 
race and Kenoza ave. 
GALE PLACE, ward 5, from 266 

Washington. 
GALES ROAD, ward 6, from 214 

Kenoza ave. 
GARDEN, ward 6, from. 110 Ce- 
dar to 141 Primrose. 
4 1 Cedar 
8 Franklin 
Primrose 
GARDEN COURT, ward 1, from 

23 Oak 

GARDNER, ward 4, from 20 

School to 29 Lindel. 
GARDNER WAY, ward 3, from 
63 Wingate to 48 Granite. 

GARFIELD, ward 5, from 28 
Ayer to 59 Beach. 
Ayer 
Hall 
Beach 

GEORGE, ward 4, from 180 
Groveland to Judson. 

GILBERT AVENUE, ward 5, 
from 384 Washington. 

GILE, ward 6, from Newton 
road, near Kenoza trotting 
park to North avenue. 

GILMAN PLACm ward 3, from 
22 Washington sq. 

GLINES, ward 4, from 46 Ken- 
oza to 41 Merrill, at Golden 
Hill. 



32 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



GLINES— Cox. 
Kenoza 

18 Smith the 2d 

60 59 Merrill 

GOLDEN, ward 4, from 276 
Groveland, at Tilton's Corner 
to 42 East Broadway. 
2 1 Groveland 
24 Merrill are. 

34 Smith the 2d 

54 Kenoza 

60 61 E. Broadway 

GOLDEN HILL AVENUE, 
ward 4, from 86 Boardman, 

around Golden Hill to 84 
Kenoza. 

Boardman 

125 Linwood 

169 Moody 

200 199 Merrill 

220 219 Kenoza 

GRAND, ward 3, from 104 Em- 
erson to opp. 79 Locust. 

GRAND VIEW AVENUE, ward 
5, from Lowell ave. to Birch. 
Lowell ave. 

Hollis 

State 
Birch 

GRANITE, ward 3, from 74 Es- 
sex to 35 Railroad sq. 
2 Essex 



48 Gardner way 

Railroad sq. 

GRANT, ward 2, from 47 Web- 
ster to 38 Highland ave. 

GRANVILLE, ward 5, from 137 
Lafayette sq. to Little river. 
Lafayette sq. 
5 Granville ct. 
Little river 

GRANVILLE COURT, ward 5, 
from 5 Granville. 

GREEN, ward 2, from 52 Water 
to 21 Summer. 
2 l Water 

18 r Mi miner 

55 Cypress 
Summer 

GREEN, ward 7, from 112 Main 
to 21 Chestnut. 

GREEN PLACE, ward 3, from 
22 Washington. 



GREENLEAF, ward 7, from 184 
Main to Maple ave. 
Main 

17 Cottage 
Maple ave. 
GREENLEAF AVENUE, ward 
6, from Sawyer, westerly. 

GREENOUGH, ward 5, ' from 
Hilldale ave. to Shermianave. 
Highland ave. 
Albert ave. 

Sherman ave. 

GREENVILLE, ward 4, from 
436 Water to 147 Groveland. 

GROVE, ward 5, from* 101 High 
to 50 Broadway. 
2 High 

23 Marshall 
50 Boston 

Broadway 

GROVE, ward 7, from end Rail- 
road to 48 Central. 

1 Railroad 

8 Cole ave. 

18 Kimball 

Central 

GROVELAND, ward 4, from 256 
Water to Groveland bridge. 

Water 

66 Fernald ave. 

77 Pearsoni 

94 Currier ave. 

91 Island 

102 Boardman 

139 Mechanic 

144 Claremont ave. 

147 Greenville 1 

173 Haverhill 

180 George 

224 Linwood 

276 Golden 

280 279 Tilton's Corner 

283 Keeley 

284 E. Broadway 

Pine 

350 Spruce 

372 Jordan 

466 Woods ave. 

Ordway ave. 

499 Lincoln ave. 

509 Riverside ave. 

512 Old Ferry road 

514 Coffin ave. 

Groveland bridge 

GROVELAND ROAD, ward 7, 
from Salem, beyond Winchell 
farm to Groveland line. 



STREETS, COURTS, 


ETC. 06 


H, ward 7, from Boston road to 


HAVERHILL, ward 4, fromi 458 


Whitney ave. 


W T ater to 173 Groveland. 


Boston road 


2 


1 Water 


W 




11 Whittier 


Oxford ave. 




27 Belmont avenue 


Whitney ave. 




47 Race 


HALE, wards 3-6, from 257 Win- 


70 


69 Groveland 


ter to Norfolk. 


HAWKINS PLACE, ward 5, 


1 Winter 


from 205 Washington. 


Lancaster 


HAWTHORN, ward 7, from 27 


53 Stewart 
63 Maple 
Eighth ave. 


Salem to 18 Byron. 


HAZEL, ward '5, from Oliver to 


Burke 


Newark, Rosemont. 


Norfolk 


HENRY, ward 1, from 87 Emer- 


HALL, ward 5, from 315 River 


son 


to 50 How. 


to Wilson. 


2 


1 Emerson 


River 


8 


Murray court 


14 17 Garfield 





How 


44 45 Wilson 


HIGH, ward 5, from 246 Essex 


HAMILTON, ward 5, from Hill- 
dale ave. next north of Monu- 


and 2 Lafayette sq. to 333 
Washington. 


ment, east. 





Essex 


HAMILTON AVENUE, ward 6, 




3 Lafayette sq. 


from near 195 Main to Law- 


20 


Arch 


rence. 




21 Albion 


HAMMOND COURT, ward 1, 




51 Bellevue avenue 


from 14 How to 17 West. 


52 


Central 


HANCOCK, ward 5, from 117 




57 Blaisdell 


High to beyond Boston. 


74 


Temple 


2 1 High 




79 /Swasey 


68 65 Boston 


86 


91 Jackson 


HANOVER, ward 5, from Hill- 
dale ave. opp. cemetery to 
Sherman ave. 
Hilldale avenue 


116 
134 


101 Grove 

Bartlett 
117 Hancock 

Victoria court 


Mt. Dustin avenue 




131 Pilling 


Pine ave. 





Washington 


Sherman ave. 


HIGH, ward 7, from Front to 


HANSON, ward 5, from River, n. 


Main, bey. New. 


Forest to Lowell ave. 


2 


1 Front 


River 





iSpring 


State 





Cogswell 


Hollis 





Main 


Lowell ave. 






HARRISON, ward 3, from 209 
Winter to Lancaster. 


HIGHLAND, ward 7, from 8 
Park to 5 Byron. 


Winter 


HIGHLAND AVENUE, wards 


24 25 Charles 


2-4, 


from 36 Summer to 59 


Lancaster 


Kenoza ave. 


HASELiTINE, ward 7, from 188 
Main to beyond Maple avenue. 
Main 
12 Cottage 
32 Maple avenue 


2 



18 
20 


1 Summer 
5 Mt. Vernon 
9 Park 

Summit ave. 
25 Arlington 


38 


Grant 


HASELTINE COURT, ward 1, 




47 Upton 


from 85 Merrimack. 





Kenoza ave. 



34 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



HILLDALE AVENUE, ward 5, 


from 157 Lafayette sq. to At- 


kinson, 


N. H. line. 





3 


Lafayette sq. 




17 


Cliff 


o 




Federal 




25 


Benjamin 


28 




Lafayette 




45 


Apple 




57 


Little river 







Brook | 







Pine 




127 


LeBlanc 


150 




Noyes 







Newton 







Greenough 


194 




Willie 







Emily 







Marlon 







Hanover 







Orange 







Acorn 







Bateman 







Lapierre 







Maurice 







Albert 







Atlanta 







Monument 







Bennington 







Cogswell 







Hamilton 







Emery 







Endora 







Crawford 







Rosemont 







Yale 








Atkinson line 


HILLSIDE, ward 5, from 30 


Lafayette sq. to 21 Bellevue 


av< 












Lafayette sq. 




7 


Hillside place 




25 


Oak terrace 


28 




Albion 


44 


37 


Bellevue ave. 


HILLSIDE PLACE, ward 5, 


from 7 Hillside. 



IIOLLIS, ward 5, from Hansoni 
near Lowell ave. to Graud View 
avenue. 

HOPE A VENUS, ward 4, from 
30 Mill to Came ave . 

HOW. ward 1, from 119 Merri- 
mack to 108 Winter. 
Merrimack 
14 Hammond court 

19 Chapel 



30 



50 



78 



Oak 
Pleasant 

Henry 
55 May 
71 Winter 



HOWARD, ward 6, from 
Main to 14 Lawrence. 



121 



58 






25 
57 


99 



Main 

Lincoln 

Warren 

Webster 

Forest ave. 

Lawrence 



HYATT AVENUE, ward 7, from 
Kingsbury ave. above Acad- 
emy. 

I, ward 7, from Boston road to 
Whitney avenue. 









Boston road 








Oxford ave. 








L 







Y 








Whitney ave. 



ISLAND, ward 4, from 390 
Water to 91 Groveland. 

ISLAND PARK, ward 7, foot 
Porter and Maynard avenues. 

JACKSON, ward 5, from 249 
Washington to Marshall. 
Washington 
Reed 
48 High 
Marshall 

JACKSON PLACE, ward 3, 
from 78 Wingate to 1 Mechan- 
ics row. 

JACOB'S COURT, ward 1, from 
38 Merrimack to the river. 

JACQUES PLACE, ward 3, 



from 



Washington to Me- 



chanics row. 

JAQTJBS SQUARE, ward 4, 
junction Middle road and Ke- 
noza street. 

JASPER, ward 6, from Main, be- 
yond Dustin square to Winona 
ave. 

JEFFERSON, ward 4, from 90 
Riverside ave. to foot of Scott, 
rear city almshouse. 
Riverside ave. 
21 21 Van Buren 
66 65 Lincoln ave. 
86 85 Scott 



1553375 

STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



35 



JERICHO ROAD, ward 5, from 
North Broadway to State line. 

JOELS ROAD, changed to 

Kingsbury ave. 

JOHN, wards 3-6, from 28 North 

to 61 Primrose. 

2 North 

10 7 Franklin 

New 

25 Kimball 
41 Primrose 
JOHN WARD AVENUE, ward 
4, from 232 Water to Button- 
woods ave. 
Water 
Rolfe 
Woodbridge 
Buttonwoods ave. 
JOHNSON, ward 4, from 58 

Park to 190 Mill. 
JOHNSON, ward 7, from 70 

Prospect to Marion. 
JORDAN, ward 4, from 372 
Groveland to 81 East Broad- 
way. 
JUDSON, ward 4, from beyond 
George, on Golden Hill to 12 
Linwood. 
George 
24 Powder House ave. 

50 49 Linwood 
KEELEY, ward 4, from foot of 

Water, junct. Lincoln and Riv- 
erside aves. to 283 Groveland, 
Tilton's Cor. 
Water 

Riverside ave. 
Lincoln ave. 
30 Whittier 

36 Keeley pi. 

46 Belmont ave. 

51 Brown 
70 Race 

120 121 Groveland 
KEELEY PLACE!, ward 4, from 
36 Keeley. 

KELLY PLACE, ward 3, from 

51 Wingate to Wingate way. 
KENOZA, ward 4, from 46 E. 

Broadway, T. 0. to Kenoza 
ave. junc. Amesbury road. 
2 1 East Broadway 
4 Golden 

46 Glines 

84 Golden Hill ave. 

106 Merrill 

488 Jaques sq. 





489 


Middle road 




559 


Centre 




749 


Elliot 




871 


Amesbury road 


880 




Kenoza ave. 


CE'N 


OZA 


AVENUE, wards 2-4- 


6, from 111 Main, at Monument 


square to junction of Newton 


and Amesbury roads at Ken- 


oza 


lake 




4 


3 


Main 




25 


Travers 


10 




Lincoln 


24 




Warren 


42 





Webster 




59 


Highland ave. 







Forest ave. 


62 




Lawrence 




69 


Saltonstall road 




79 


Mill 


86 




Fountain 







Westland terrace 


120 




Concord 




145 


Belvidere road 


150 




Lake ave. 


214 




Gales road 


220 




Newton road 


300 




Amesbury road 




301 


Kenoza 



KENT, wards 2-4, from 
Water to 39 Summer. 



116 



KIMBALL, ward 7, from 9 Fer- 
ry to end Peabody. 
Ferry 
15 Warren 

19 Central ave. 
26 Charles 

38 35 Grove 
43 Pond 
46 Cole ave. 

Mill 

65 Brooks 
Peabody 

KIMBALL, ward 6, from 25 
John to opposite 22 York. 

KIMBALL PLACE, ward 3, 
from 66 Washington. 

KINGSBURY AVENUE, ward 
7, from opp. 169 Main to Box- 
ford line. 
Main 

Maple ave. 
Hyatt ave. 

Willow ave. 
Chadwick rd. 

Boxford line 



3G 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



L, ward 7, from Boston road to 



Boston road 

E 

I 

M 

S 



LAFAYETTE, ward 5, from 28 
Hilldale ave. to beyond Thorn- 
dike. 
Hilldale ave. 



Thorndike 

LAFAYETTE, ward 7, from 36 
Main to 12 Ferry. 

LAFAYETTE AVENUE, ward 
5, from 106 Lafayette square. 

LAFAYETTE SQUARE', ward 

5, from 246-247 Essex, end 
Winter and High, 2 Broadway 
and 3 Hilldale ave. 

1 Essex 

2 High 

3 Hillside 

59 77 Winter 

106 Lafayette ave. 

137 Granville 

157 Hilldale ave. 

160 Broadway 

LAKE, ward 5, from N. Broad- 
way opp. sehoolhouse to Low- 
ell avenue. 
N. Broadway 
Broadway 

Scotland' Hill 
Lowell ave. 

LAKE AVENUE* ward 6, from 
150 Kenoza ave. to Concord, at 
Bound pond. 

150 Kenoza ave. near pumping 
station to Concord, at Round 
pond. 

LAKE' VIEW AVENUE, ward 

6, from North ave. beyond 
Walnut sq. 

6 North ave. 

Wellington ave. 

Commonwealth ave. 

Columbus ave. 
131 Rutherford ave. 

LAMONT, ward 5, from River 
beyond Chick's factory to Mer 
rlmack river. 
River 

Margin 

Merrimack river 



LANCASTER, wards 3-6, from 
66 Primrose to Hale. 
Primrose 
10 Harrison 

30 Lewis 

Hale 
LAPIERRE, ward 5, from Hill- 
dale ave. next beyond Bate- 
man to Batsman. 
LAWRENCE, ward 6, from 62 
Kenoza ave. to 289 Main, at 
Walnut sq. 
2 3 Kenoza ave. 
14 19 Howard 
27 Fountain 
Elm 

Columbia part 

Marshland 

Hamilton 

Brockton ave. 

Rutherford ave. 
194 Sheridan 

205 Columbus ave. 
222 Minot ave. 

231 Commonwealth ave. 
245 Main 
LE BLANC, ward 5, from 127 

Hilldale ave. 
LEROY AVENUE, ward 7, from 
179 Main to 6 New Hampshire 
avenue. 
LEWIS, ward 3, from 235 Win- 
ter to 30 Lancaster. 
3 W T inter 
15 Charles 
50 49 Lancaster 
LEXINGTON AVENUE, ward 

7, off Main, opp. Blossom 
LIBERTY, ward 5, from Broad- 
way, W. P. to Salem, N. H. 
line. 
Broadway 
Crystal 
Salem line 
LINCOLN, ward 6, from 10 Ken- 
oza ave. to 15 Howard. 
LINCOLN, ward 7, from opp. 64 
Elm to B. & M. R, R. 

Elm 
Pleasant 
50 49 Merrimack 
61 B. & M. R. R. 

LINCOLN AVENUE, ward 4, 
from 530 Water to 499 Grove- 
land. 

Water 

2 Keeley 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



37 



3 Riverside ave. 
32 31 Adams 
48 43 Madison 
68 67 Munroe 
90 89 Jefferson 
109 Polk 
115 Nettleton ave. 
(contemplated) 
Groveland 
LINDElL, ward 4, from 140 
Water to 41 Summer. 
2 1 Water 

29 Gardner 
60 61 Summer 
LINWOOD, ward 4, from 224 
Groveland to 124 Golden Hill 
avenue. 
2 1 Groveland 
12 Judson 

19 Merrill 
150 149 Golden Hill ave. 
LITTLE RIVER, ward 5, from 

57 Hilldale ave. 

LOCKE, ward 3, from 109 Essex 
to 208 Winter. 
2 Essex 

63 Orchard 
56 Duncan 

109 Winter 
LOCKE, ward 7, from 5 Blos- 
som to 229 Main. 
Blossom 
36 Front 
59 Spring 
Main 
LOCUST, ward 3, from 77 Essex 
to 172 Winter. 
4 Essex 
41% Walnut 

58 Orchard 
Grand 

116 Winter 
LOVE/JOY, ward 7, from New 
Hampshire ave. at schoolhouse 
to Maple, near Blossom. 
LOVERS LANE, ward 4, from 
Amesbury road oppl school- 
house to Newton road. 
LOWELL AVENUE, ward 5, 
from 62 Broadway to Methuen 
line. 

Broadway 
Smith 
Rockland 
174 Washington 

273 Carleton ave. 
Grand View 

Hanson 




















Forest 


Alpha 

Scotland Hill 
Bradley ave. 
Salem road 
Methuen line 



M, ward 7, from Whitney av- 
enue, Ward Hill. 

MACON AVENUE, ward 6, 
from North ave. at Walnut sq. 
to Commonwealth ave. 

MADISON, ward 4, from 46 Riv- 
erside ave. to 31 Brown. 
2 Riverside ave. 

4 Van Buren 
25 24 Lincoln ave. 

45 44 Scott 
69 70 Brown 

MAGNOLIA AVENUE, ward 6, 
from 19 North ave. near Walnut 
sq. to Wellington avenue. 

MAIN, wards 1-2-6, from 1 Mer- 
rimack and 2 Water, north to 
State line. 

1 Water 
2 Merrimack 

22 Mechanics court 

27 Elm place 

46 Court 

Winter 

Twelfth ave. 

47 Vestry 

Crescent place 

67 ISummer 

64 Newell 

79 Cherry 

97 Arlington 

96 White 

109 Ashland 

Monument sq. 

Ill Kenoza ave. 

112 Fourth ave. 

121 Howard 

131 Fountain 

146 Fifth ave. 

141 Dudley 

147 Elm 

154 'Sixth ave. 

166 Seventh ave. 

Columbia park 

182 Eighth ave. 

183 Marshland 

195 Hamilton ave. 

196 Ninth ave. 

211 Brockton ave. 

210 Tenth ave. 

223 Sheridan 



38 




STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 


MAIN— Con. 


215 Crescent 


238 




Eleventh ave. 


229 Locke 


242 




Twelfth ave. 


New 




265 


Minot ave. 


240 St. James 


276 




Thirteenth ave. 


High 







Fourteenth ave. 


Ferry road 




289 


Lawrence 


MAIN, It. V. ward 4, from West 







Fifteenth ave. 


Newbury bridge to Plaistow 


336 




Sixteenth ave. 


rd. junction East Broadway. 







North ave. 


West Newbury bridge 







Walnut sq. 


River road 


364 




Seventeenth ave. 


Wharf lane 


388 




Eighteenth ave. 


Colby's lane 




403 


Oxford 


Bast Broadway 


412 




Nineteenth ave. 


Plaistow rd. 




423 


Sagamore 


MANUFACTURERS ROW, 




445 


Marsh ave. 


ward 1, from Merrimack place. 


480 





Dustin sq. 
Primrose 


MAPLE, ward 6, from 98 Prim- 
rose to 63 Hale. 


490 




Baltimore 









Montgomery 


MAPLE, ward 7, from 47 Brad- 







Jasper 


ford ave. to 46 Blossom. 




557 


Coral 


MAPLE AVENUE, ward 2, 







Willow ave. 


from 30 Summer to 25 Park. 







Talmouth ave. 









Rosemont 


MAPLE AVENUE, ward 7, 







Rosedale ave. 


from 33 Kingsbury ave. to 32 







Cushing avenue 


Haseltine. 








State line 


Kingsbury ave. 






Merrill ave. 


3 Greenleaf 
Haseltine 


MAIN. 




by 


the 8 


icademy to Ferry rd. 


MARBLE, ward 5. from 10 Mar- 


2 





The bridge 


ion to end Chick ave. 




13 


Merrimac 


MARGIN, ward 5, from River, 


36 




Lafayette 


opposite Ayer along the river. 




59 


Pleasant 


River 








Postoffice square 


Beach 


62 




Ferry 


Swain 


68 




Central 


Lamont 


90 




Doane 


Florence are. 




99 


Carleton ave. 


Thorn 


112 
120 


113 


Green 

Cogswell ave. 
Salem 


MARION, ward 5, from 391 
Washington to Proctor. 







The Common 


Washington 




125 


Elm 


10 Marble 




139 


Chadwiek 


Proctor 


138 




Church 


MARION, ward 7, from opp. 140 


138 




Byron 


Elm. 


146 


165 


Park 
Allen 


MARLON, ward 5, from Hilldale 





169 

179 


Kingsbury ave. 
Prospect 
Leroy ave. 


ave. to Sherman ave. 
Hilldale ave. 
Mt. Dustin ave. 


184 




Greenleaf 


Pine ave. 


188 




I [aseltine 


Sherman ave. 




191 


Bind ford ave. 


MARSH AVENUE, ward 6, 




209 


Blossom 


from 445 Main, near Dustin sq. 







Lexington ave. 


to 140 North ave. 







The Leading Photographer 

21 West Street, BOSTON, MASS. 

2NVITES you to visit his photographic rooms 
and be convinced for yourself* if you want 
anything in his line, that it is the place to 
come* Besides everything in the photographic 
line, we make large pictures of all kinds in 
water colors, sepia, pastel, etc* Also enlarge- 
ments* We can make you a very fine picture 
from an old tintype, daguerrotype, card 
photographs* etc*, and from any size* The 
price depends upon the size and quality of 
the work* 

We carry ready-made foreign and domestic 
frames, and make frames to order* We re- 
gild old frames* 

We are headquarters for everything in the 
photographic line* Give us a all while you 
are in Boston* 




The Leading Photographer 

2 J West Street, BOSTON, MASS, 

SNVITES you to visit his photographic rooms 
and be convinced for yourself, if you want 
anything in his line, that it is the place to 
come. Besides everything in the photographic 
line, we make large pictures of all kinds in 
water colors, sepia, pastel, etc. Also enlarge- 
ments. We an make you a very fine picture 
from an old tintype, daguerrotype, card 
photographs, etc, and from any size, Thel 
price depends upon the size and quality of| 
the work. 

We carry ready-made foreign and domestic| 
frames, and make frames to order. We rej! 
gild old frames. 

We are headquarters for everything in thi 
photographic line. Give us a call while yoi 
are in Boston, 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



39 



Main 
Winona ave. 
North ave. 
MARSHALL, ward 5, from 24 
Bellevue ave. to* 23 Grove. 
Bellevue ave. 
Blaisdell 
Swasey 
Jackson 

Grove 
MARSHLAND, ward 6, from 

183 Main to Lawrence. 
MASONIC COURT, ward 1, 

from 36 Fleet. 
MAURICE, ward 5, from Hill- 
dale ave. beyond Lapierre to 
Bateman. 
MAXWELL, ward 5, from 590 
Washington, to the Merrimack 
river. 

Washington 
Edwin 

River 
Merrimack river 
MAY, ward 1, from 55 How to '56 

Pecker. 
MAYNARD AVENUE, ward 7, 
from 366 Salem to Kimball, 
Island Park. 
MECHANIC, ward 4, from 420 
Water to 139 Groveland. 

MECHANICS COURT, ward 1, 
from 22 Main. 

MECHANICS ROW, ward 3, 
from rear of Webster block to 
Bragg bldg. parallel to Wash- 

•epis iR.ion 'uo^Sui 
MERCHANTS ' ROW, ward ' 1, 
from Merrimack place. 

MERRILL, ward 4, from 19 Lin- 
wood to 106 Kenoza, cor. Gol- 
den Hill ave. 
2 1 Linwood 
25 Merrill ave. 
41 Glines 
70 Moody 

100 Golden Hill ave. 

110 109 Kenoza 

MERRILL, ward 7, from end of 
Front to Cogswell. 

MERRILL AVENUE, ward 4, 
from 25 Merrill to 24 Golden. 

MERRILL AVENUE, ward 6, 
from Main, n. N. H. line to 
Rosedale ave. 



MERRILL'S COURT, ward 1, 
from 179 Merrimack to 38 Oak 
MERRIMAC, ward 7, from 13 
Main to beyond Lincoln. 
Main 
Summer 

Chadwick 

'67 Lincoln 
MEJRRIMACK, ward 1, from 
Main, junction Bridge to 
Washington sq. 

Main 
2 Bridge 

38 Jacob's court 

49 Fleet 
74 Beal place 

85 Haseltine court 
95 Pecker 
106 Merrimack place 

117 How 
150 Cram's lane 

153 West 
166 Chase's lane 

179 Merrill's court 
182 Sturgis place 

199 Emerson 
214 Elliott place 

Washington sq. 
MERRIMACK PLACE, ward 1, 
from 106 Merrimack to Merri- 
mack river. 
Merrimack 
Merchants row 

Manufacturers row 
Merrimack river 

MERRIMACK ROAD, ward 4, 
from Plaistow rd. to Merrimac 
line. « 

Plaistow rd. 

Merrimac line 

MIDDLE ROAD, ward 4, from 
Kenoza, at Jaques square, E. 
P. to Amesbury rd. opp. Whit- 
tier rd. 
MILL, ward 4, from 200 Water, 
to Kenoza ave. 
1 Water 
30 Hope ave. 

46 Summer > 

Mt. Vernon 

49 Boardman 
St. James ave. 

59 Belvidere rd. 
Park 

190 Johnson 

201 Arlington pi. 
205 Arlington sq. 
208 Chestnut 



40 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



MILL— Con. 

210 Arlington 

Berkeley ave. 
Windsor 

259 Saltonstall road 
Gale park 

279 N Westland terrace 
280 281 Kenoza ave. 
MILL, ward 7, from opp. 65 
Kimball to the B. & M. R. R. 
MILL VALE ROAD, ward 4. 
from 372 E. Broadway to Mid- 
dle rd. near Kenoza, E. P. 
MINOT AVENUE, ward 6, from 

265 Main to 222 Lawrence. 
MONTGOMERY, ward 6, from 
Main, beyond Dustin sq. to 
Sawyer. 
MONUMENT, ward 5, from 
Broadway bey. Carleton to 
Hilldale ave. opp. Bennington. 
Broadway 
N. Broadway 

233 Willow 
Hilldale ave. 
MONUMENT SQUARE, ward 2, 
junction of Main, Kenoza ave. 
and Fourth ave. 
MOODY, ward 4, from 169 Gol- 
den Hill ave. to 70 Merrill. 
MOORE, ward 2, from 92 Water 
to 33 Summer. 
2 1 Water 
58 Cypress 

74 75 Summer 
MT. DUSTIN AVENUE, ward 
5, from 21 Willie to Acorn. 
2 1 Willie 
4 3 Emily 
Marlon 
Hanover 
Orange 
32 Acorn 
MOUNT VERNON, ward 4, 
from 5 Highland ave. to Mill. 
Highland avenue 
28 Chestnut 
90 Mill 
MUNROE, ward 4, from 70 Riv- 
erside ave. to 51 Brown. 
Riverside avenue 
9 Van Bur en 
40 39 Lincoln avenue 
06 65 Scott 
100 99 Brown 

MURRAY COURT, ward 1, 
from 8 Henry. 



MYRTLE, ward 5, from 9 Wash- 
ington avenue to- 59 Arch. 
Washington avenue 
12 Autumn 

24 Curtis 

56 55 Arch 

MYRTLE STREET EXTEN- 
SION, ward 5, from 59 Arch. 

NECK ROAD, ward 7, from 
Ferry road to Bradford neck. 

NETTLETON AVE/NUE, ward 
4, from 115 Lincoln ave. to 
Merrimack river. 
Lincoln ave. 
Van Buren 
Taylor 
Riverside park, 

Riverside ave. 
Merrimack river 

NEW, ward 3, from 25 Charles 
to opposite 23 John. 
1 Charles 
14 Rose 

John 

NEW, ward 7, from B. & M. R. 
R. across Front to Main, bey. 
Locke. 
B. & M. R. R. 
Front 
Spring 

Cogswell 
Main 

NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE, 

ward 7, from 62 Prospect to 

Lovejoy. 
Prospect 
6 Leroy avenue 

Bradford avenue 
Lovejoy 

NEWARK, ward 5, from Craw- 
ford to Hazel, Rosemont. 
Crawford 
Rosemont 
Hazel 

NEWCOMB, ward 2, from 8 
Summer to 27 Arlington. 
Summer 
Cherry 

21 Park 
Arlington 

NEWCOMB PLACE, ward 3, 
from 53 Washington to 30 
Wingate. 

NEWELL, ward 1, from 64 Main 
to 9 Portland. 






STREETS, COURTS, 


ETC. 41 


NEWTON, ward 5, from Hill- 


NORTH BROADWAY, ward 5, 


dale ave. to Albert ave. 


from next beyond 97 Broad- 


Hilldale ave. 


way 


' to N. H. line. 


Dudley ave. 





Broadway 


Albert ave. 


146 


143 Monument 


NEWTON ROAD, ward 6, from 




Vale 


224 Kenoza avenue to N. H. 





Lake 


line. 





Crystal 


Kenoza ave. 





Jericho road 


Gile 




Brown's lane 


ON. H. line 





N. H. line 


NEWTON ROAD 2d, ward 4, 


NO YES, ward 5, from 150 I 


from Plaistow rd. at Nathaniel 


dale 


ave. to Dudley ave. 


T. Mace's farm to N. H. line. 


NOYES PLACE, ward 1, from 6 


NICHOLS, ward 6, from 36 


Spr 


ng. 


White toi Fourth ave. opp. Un- 


OAK, 


ward 1, from 30 How tc 


ion. 


63 Emerson. 


NICHOLS PLACE, ward 3, rear 





How 


36 Washington. 




23 Garden ct. 


NICHOLSVILLE, ward 4, 


28 
38 
62 


West 

Merrill's ct. 
Emerson 


Amesbury rd. between Whit- 


tier road and Plaistow road. 


NINETEENTH AVEiNUE, ward 


OAK 


TERRACE, ward 5„ from 


6, from 412 Main to Primrose. 


25 Hillside to 10 Broadway. 


NINTH AVENUE, ward 6, from 


OBSERVATORY AVENUE, 


196 Main to 179 Primrose. 


ward 5, from 379 Washington 


Main 


to Tilton's Tower, Silver Hill. 


40 39 Cedar 





Washington 


Primrose 





11 Proctor 


NORFOLK, ward 6, from 192 




Aslhworth terrace 


Primrose. 




Tilton's Tower 


Primrose 





Silver Hill 


Hale 


OLD 


FERRY ROAD, ward 4, 


B. & M. R. R. 


from 136 E. Broadway to 512 


NOETH, wards 3-6, from 3 


Groveland. 


Charles to 8 Union. 





E. Broadway 


2 Charles 




Woods ave. 


28 John 




Ordway ave. 


47 Fourth ave. 





Coffin ave. 


Union 





Groveland 


NORTH AVENUE, ward 6, 


OLIVE, ward 5, from Altamont 


from junction of Main and 


to Pilgrim road. 


Lawrence, at Walnut square 


OLIVER, ward 5, from Hazel to 


to N. H. line. 


beyond Crawford. Rosemont. 


Main s 





Hazel 


Macon ave. 





Rosemont 


Wellington ave. 





Crawford 


Magnolia ave. 






Lake View ave. 


ORANGE, ward 6, from Hilldale 


Oxford 


avenue, opp. cemetery to 


Crosby 


Sherman ave. 


108 fSagamore 
140 Marsh ave. 






Hilldale ave. 
Mt. Dustin ave. 


Passaconway ave. 
Concord 






Pine ave. 

Sherman ave. 


Gile 


ORCHARD, ward 3, from 86 


N. H. line 


Emerson to 63 Locke. 



42 STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 


ORCHARD— Con. 


PARK PLACE, ward 2, from 18 


1 Emerson 


Park to 1 Summit ave. 


30 Locust 


PASS A CONWAY AVENUE, 


36 29 Locke 


ward 6, from North avenue to 


ORCHARD, ward 7, from Front, 


Crosby, near Concord. 


next bey. High to Cogswell. 


PEABODY, ward 7, from Salem, 


ORDWAY AVENUE, ward 4, 


beyond Peabody school to end 


from 480 Groveland to Old 


Kimball. 


Ferry road. 


PEARSON, ward 4, from 370 


OXFORD, ward 6, from 403 


Water to 77 Groveland. 


Main to North avenue. 


PEARSON, ward 7, from Ferry 


OXFORD AVENUE, ward 7, 


road bey. Cross road, W. H. 


from Boston road to Cross 


PECKER, ward 1, from 95 Mer- 


road, at Ward Hill station. 


rimack to 100 Winter. 


Boston road 


Merrimack 


1 


16 Chapel 


M 


25 Pecker street court 


OS 


40 Pleasant 


II 


56 May 


Whitney ave. 


74 75 Winter 


Cross road 


PECKER STREET COURT, 


PARK, wards 2-4, from 21 New- 


ward 1, from 25 Pecker. 


comb, across Highland avenue 


PENTUCKET, ward 1, from 26 


to Belvidere road. 


Portland to 25 White. 


Newcomb 


Portland 


4 Clinton 


3 Pentucket court 


16 Webster 


Vine 


18 Park place 


27 White 


25 Maple avenue 
27 Highland ave. 
48 Richmond 


PENTUCKET COURT, ward 1, 
from 3 Pentucket. 


50 Chestnut 


PHOEiNIX ROW, ward 3, from 


58 Johnson 


Oilman place to rear 74 Wash- 


70 Mill 


ington and from, rear 98 do. to 


Belvidere road 


Sanders place. 


PARK, ward 7, from 146 Main. 


Gilman place 


Main 


Prescott place 


8 Highland 


Adams plaice 


24 Euclid ave. 


50 Finney place 


Park ave. 


66 Kimball place 


Summit ave. 


110 Taylor place 


Woodlawn ave. 


124 Tilton place 




Sanders place 


PARK AVENUE, ward 5, from 




10 Arch to 12 Arch ave. 


PILGRIM ROAD, ward 5, from 


Arch 


55 Broadway to bey. Brook. 


Tremont 


Broadway 


Arch avenue 


Sylvan 




Olive 


PARK AVENUE, ward 7, from 


Arthur 


Park, across Walnut to Salem, 


Brook 


beyond schoolhouse. 
Park 


PILLING, ward 5, from 131 


Byron 


High to beyond Boston. 


Carieton sq. 


High 


Colby 


71 Boston 


Williams 


PTNE, ward 4, from Groveland, 


Walnut 


near Til ton's Corner to East 


'Salem 


Broadway. 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



43 



PINE, ward 5, from Hilldale 

ave. td Dudley ave. 
PINE, ward 7, from Doane to 20 

Salem. 
PINE AVENUE, ward 5, from 

49 Willie to Acorn. 
Willie 

Emily 
Marlon 
Hanover 
Orange 
Acorn 

PLAISTOW ROAD, ward 4, 
from Broadway, corner Main. 
K. V. to Plaistow line. 
Main 
East Broadway 

Merrimack road 
Amesbury road 
Newton road 2d 
Plaistow line 
PLEASANT, ward 1, from 18 
Winter to opposite 34 How. 
2 Winter 
14 Fleet 

23 Spring 
42 41 Pecker 

50 49 How 
PLEASANT, ward 7, from 59 

Main to 83 Prospect. 
2 Main 

17 Summer 
26 25 Chadwick 
42 37 Lincoln 
63 Prospect 
Elm 
PLUMMER, ward 2, from 19 

Stage to 18 Green. 
POLK, ward 4, from 110 River- 
side ave. to Van Buren. 
POND, ward 7, from 43 Kimball 

to 58 Central. 
PORTER, ward 5, from 320 
Washington to 2 Baldwin, 
Washington 
8 Yeaton place 

Baldwin 
PORTER AVENUE, ward 7, 
from Salem, next bey. Box- 
ford rd. to Kimball, Island 
Park. 

PORTER PLACE, ward 3, from 

74 Washington. 
PORTLAND, wards 1-6, from 53 
Winter to 2 Fifth ave. 
2 Winter 
9 Newell 



26 Pentucket 

60 61 White 

98 99 Fourth ave. 
136 135 Fifth ave. 
POST OFFICE SQUARE, ward 

7. Main, function Ferry and 

Pleasant. 
POTTER PLACE, ward 3, from 

65 Washington to 40 Wingate. 

POWDER HOUSE AVENUE, 
ward 4, from 24 Judson, G. H. 

PRESCOTT COURT, ward 3, 
rear 8 Washington. 

PRESCOTT PLACE, ward 3, 

from 2 Washington. 

PRIMROSE, wards 3-6, from 201 
Winter to Dustin sq. 
Winter 
15 Williaim 
22 Charles 
43 Roise 
61 John 

66 Lancaster 
83 York 

80 Steward 

97 Fifth a\e. 

107 Sixth ave. 

98 Maple 

125 Dexter 

141 Garden 

150 Eighth ave. 

179 Ninth ave. 

178 Burke 

192 Norfolk 

Twelfth ave. 

Thirteenth ave. 

Fourteenth ave. 

Fifteenth ave. 

Sixteenth ave. 

Seventeenth ave. 

Eighteenth ave. 

Nineteenth ave. 

Ringgold 

Dustin sq. 

PROCTOR, ward 5, from 6 Free- 
man to Marion. 
2 1 Freeman 
Observatory ave. 
Marion 

PROSPECT, ward 5, from 8 
Ford to 19 Shepherd. 

PROSPECT, ward 7, from 169 
Main, across Elm, to R. R. 
Main 
62 New Hampshire ave. 

70 Johnson 



44 




STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 


PROSPECT— Con. 


RIVER, ward 7, from Railroad, 


80 


81 


Elm 


junc. Ferry, along the river to 




83 


Pleasant 


beyond Grove. 








B. & M. R. R. 


RIVER ROAD, ward 4, from 


RACE, ward 4, from 47 Haver- 


foot Main, near the bridge, 


hill to 70 Keeley. 


R. V. 


RAILROAD, ward 7, from 27 


RIVERSIDE AVENUE, ward 


Ferry to 1 Grove. 


4, from Water, junction Lin- 




1 


Ferry 


coln ave. to Lincoln ave. at 







River 


Groveland bridge. 







Warren 


Water 




19 


Charles 


10 Lincoln ave. 







Grove 


30 Adams 
46 Madison 


RAILROAD AVENUE, ward 


70 Munroe 


7, from foot of Blossom up the 


90 Jefferson 


river. 




110 Polk 


RAILROAD SQUARE, ward 3, 


Nettleton ave. 


from 11 


7 Washington to bey. 


Riverside park 


Granite. 




Groveland, Lincoln 




1 


Washington 


avenue 




11 


Wingate 


RIVERSIDE PARK, ward 4, 







B. <Sr M. R. R. depot 


near Groveland bridge, be- 




35 


Granite 


tween Lincoln ave. and Nettle- 


REED, ward 5, from 50 Temple 


ton ave. 


to opp. 24 Jackson. 


RIVER VIEW, ward 7, from 








Ferry road, near Main, W. H. 


RICHARDSON PLACE, fron 




195 Water. 


ROCKLAND, ward 5, from 78 


RICHMOND, ward 4, from 48 


Broadway to Lowell ave. 


Pai 


k to Arlington, next Chest- 


ROLFE, ward 4, from John 


nut 






Ward ave. 


RINGGOLD, ward 6, from opp. 


ROiSE, ward 3, from 14 New to 


469 


Primrose to beyond Saw- 


43 Primrose. 


yer 






1 New 








Primrose 


4 Rose ave. 







Sawyer 


15 Primrose 


RIVER, ward 5. from 162 Wash- 


ROSE AVENUE, ward 3, from 4 


ingt 


on to Bradlev ave. 


Rose. 


2 




271 




Washington 

Varnum 

Ayer 


ROSEDALE AVENUE, ward 6, 




from Main near N. H. line to 
Ro'seinontL 







Margin 






315 


Hall 


ROSEMONT, wards 5-6, from 


338 


337 


Beach 


Hilldale ave. beyond Crawford 







Swain 


to Main. 




359 


Villa 


Hilldale ave. 







Lamont 


Oliver 







View 


Newark 




453 


Florence ave. 


B. & M. R. R. 







Thorn 


Rosemont 








Maxwell 


Main 









Baseball grounds 
Hanson 
Forest 


RUGG PLACE, ward 3, from 99 




Washington to 62 Wingate. 










RUTHERFORD AVENUE, 

ward 6, from Lawrence to 




Alpha 








Bradley ave. 


Lake View ave. 



STFEETS, COURTS, ETC. 45 


BYKMAN, ward 4, from Ames- 


SAWYER, ward 6, from Ring- 


bury road, near Whittier's 


gold, across Baltimore, north- 


birthplace, Nieholsville. 


westerly. 


S, ward 7, from Boston road to 


Ringgold 
Baltimore 


Whitney avenue. 
Boston road 


Greenleaf ave. 


Oxford ave. 


Montgomery 


L 


SCHOOL, ward 4, from 150 


Whitney ave. 


Water to 49 Summer. 




2 1 Water 


SAGAMORE, ward 6, from 423 


20 Gardner 


Main to 108 North ave. 


50 49 Summer 


Main 


SCOTLAND HILL, ward 5, end 


Wiixma ave. 
Ncrth ave. 


of Lowell ave. near Methuen 
line. 


ST. JAMES, ward 7, from 240 


SCOTT, ward 4, from 43 Adams 


Main. 


to head of Jefferson. 


ST. JAMES AVENUE, ward 4, 


2 1 Adams 


from 81 Chestnut to Mill, cor. 


20 21 Madison 


Belvidere road. 


40 41 Munroe 




60 61 Jefferson 


ST. LAWRENCE, ward 5, from 
Brook. 


SEVENTEENTH AVENUE, 


ward 6, from 364 Main to 


SALEM, ward 7, from 120 Main 


Primrose. 


to Groveland line. 


SEVENTH AVENUE, ward 6, 


2 Main 


from 166 Main to 101 Cedar. 


The Common 
4 Chestnut 


SHELDON, ward 6, from 5 


Church 


Eighth ave. 


20 Pine 


SHEPHERD, ward 5, from 346 


27 Hawthorn 


Washington to beyond Pros- 


39 Oolby 


pect. 


42 Webster 


Washington 


Williams 


12 Baldwin 


Walnut 


19 Prospect 


Park ave. 


SHERIDAN, ward 6, from 223 


Peabody 


Main to 194 Law T rence. 


Boxford road 


SHERMAN AVENUE, ward 5, 


Porter a\e. 


from Brook. 


366 Maynard ave. 


Brook 


Groveland rd. 


Gneenough 


Groveland line 


Willie 


SALEM ROAD, ward 5, from 


Emily 


Lowell ave. to N. H. line. 


Marlton 




Hainover 


SALTONSTALL COURT, ward 


Orange 
Acorn 


1, from 18 Fleet. 


SALTONSTALL ROAD, ward 


SILVER, ward 5, from end 


4, from 69 Kenoza ave. to Bel- 


Davis to Silver Hill. 


videre road. 


SIXTEENTH AVENUE, ward 


SANDERS HILL, ward 4, 


6, from 336 Main to Primrose. 


Amesbury road, corner Plais- 


Maim 


tow road. 


Cedar 




Primrose 


SANDERS PLACE, ward 3, 
from 130 Washington. 


SIXTH AVENUE, ward 6, from 




154 Main to 107 Primrose. 


SARGENT COURT, ward 3, 


Main 


from 192 Winter. 


10 Auburn 



46 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



SIXTH AVENUE— Con. 
33 Cedar 
62 61 Franklin 
Driscoll 

Primrose 
SMITH, ward 5, from Broad- 
way to Lowell ave. 
SMITH, the 2d, ward 4, from 

34 Golden to 18 Glines. 
SOUTH, ward 5, from 282 Wash- 
ington. 
SOUTH CROSS ROAD, ward 7» 
from Salem, by Chadwick pond, 
to Boxford line. 
SPRING, ward 1, from 52 Win- 
ter to 23 Pleasant. 
2 1 Winter 

3 Spring place 
6 Noyes place 

Pleasant 
SPRING, ward 7, from 59 Locke 
to opp. 23 High. 
1 Locke 
New 
' High 
SPRING PLAGE, ward 1, from 

3 Spring. 
SPRUCE, ward 4, from 350 
Groveland to 63 East Broad- 
way. 
STAGE, ward 2, from 32 Water 
to 9 Summer. 
2 1 Water 

19 Plnmmer 
38 Cross 

41 Worthen place 
Summer 
STATE, ward 5, from Hanson, 
next River to Grand View ave. 
Hausou 

Birch 
Grand View ave. 
STEVENS, ward 3. from Win- 
ter, at Stevens & Co. mill. 

STEWART, ward 6, from 80 
Primrose to 55 Hale. 

STURGIS PLACE, ward 1, from 

182 Merrimack to the river. 
SUMMER, wards 2-4, from 63 
Main to 46 Mill. 
2 Main 

5 Vestry 
8 Newcomb 

9 Stage 
16y 2 Harriett ave. 
20 Webster 



25 Green 
30 Maple ave. 

33 Moore 
36 Highland ave. 

39 Kent 
41 Lindel 
49 iSchool 
50 Chestnut 
59 Came ave. 
Mill 
SUMMER, ward 7, from 17 
Pleasant to opp. 17 Merrimac. 
SUMMIT AVENUE, ward 2, 
from 35 Webster to 18 High- 
land ave. 
SUMMIT AVENUE, ward 7, 
from Park across Williams to 
Walnut. 
Park 
Colby 
Williams 
Walnut 

SWAIN, ward 5, from River, 
next Chick's factory to the 
Merrimack river. 
River 
Margin 
Merrimack river 
SW ASEY. ward 5, from 79 High 
to beyond Marshall. 
High 
Marshall 

SYLVAN, ward 5, from Alta- 
mont to Pilgrim road. 

TALMOUTH AVENUE, ward 6, 
from Main, next schoolhouse, 
easterly. 

TAYLOR PLACE, ward 3, from 
110 Phoenix row. 

TEMPLE, ward 5, from 227 
Washington to 74 High. 
1 Washington 
12 Temple place 

28 Temple place 

36 Temple place 

Beacon 
50 Reed 

65 Tremont 
98 101 High 

TEMPLE PLACE, ward 5, from 
12, 28 and 36 Temple. 

TENTH AVENUE, ward 6, 
from 210 Main to beyond Ce- 
dar. 

2 1 Main 
20 21 Cedar 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 4< 


THIRTEENTH AVENUE, ward 


VAN BUREN, ward 4, from 48 


6, from 276 Main to Primrose. 


Riverside ave. to Nettleton av. 


Main 


Riverside ave. 


Cedar 


Madison 


Primrose 


26 25 Munroe 


THOM, ward 5, from River, next 


46 45 Jefferson 


Maxwell to Merrimack river. 


66 65 Polk 


River 


90 89 Nettleton ave. 


Margin 


VARNUM, ward 5, from River 


Merrimack river 


to 394 Washington. 


THOMPSON, ward 4, from 


2 1 River 


Amesbury road, opp. Kaul- 


38 Wilson 


back's north. 


Washington 


THOMPSON ROAD, ward 4, 


VERNON, ward 7, from 29 Blos- 


from Middle road, near the 


som. 


Jewish cemetery to East 


VEISTRY, ward 2, from 47 Main 


Broadway. 


to 5 Summer. 


THORNDIKE, ward 5, from 


2 1 Main 


Broadway at St. John's church 


45 Cross 


to opp. 16 Lafayette. 


Summer * 


Broadway 


VICTORIA COURT, ward 5, 


Federal 


from 134 High. 


10 Lafayette 


VIEW, ward 5, from Washing- 


TILTON PLACE, ward 3, from 


ton, nearly opposite Westford 


124 Phoenix row. 


to River. 


TILTON TOWER ROAD, ward 


VILA, ward 5, from 359 River to 


5, from 44 Freeman to the 


72 Beach. 


tower on Silver Hill. 


VINE, ward 1, from 95 Winter 


TILTON' S CORNER, ward 4, 


to 45 White. 


junction Groveland, E. Broad- 


Winter 


way, and Keeley. 


10 Dustin 


TITCOMB, ward 5, from end 
Ball, west. 


22 25 Pentucket 
38 43 White 


TRAVERS, ward 2, from 25 


W, ward 7, from H, Ward Hill. 


Kenoza ave. to 20 Ashland. 


WALDO COURT, ward 7, from 


TREMONT, ward 5, from opp. 3 


Oxford avenue to Boston road, 
W. H. 
WALNUT, ward 3, from 50 Em- 


Park ave. to 65 Temple. 
1 Park ave. 


9 Central 


erson to 41 Locust. 


Temple 


WALNUT, ward 7, from Salem, 


TWELFTH AVENUE, ward 6, 


opp. Elmwood cemetery to 


from opp. 249 Main to Prim- 
rose, near cemetery. 
Main 


Summit avenue. 
Salem 
Park avenue 


Cedar 


Summit ave. 


Primrose 


WALNUT SQUARE, ward 6, 


UNION, ward 6, from 59 Fourth 


junction Main, North avenue 


ave. to opp. 41 Fifth avenue. 


and Lawrence. 


2 1 Fourth avenue 


WARREN, ward 6, from 24 Ken- 


8 North 


oza ave. to 25 Howard. 


16 17 Fifth ave. 






WARREN, ward 7, from Rail- 


UPTON, ward 4, from 47 High- 


road to 14 Doane. 


land ave. to Windsor. 


Railroad 


VALE, ward 5, from Hilldale 


16 Kimball 


avenue, n. N. H. line to N. 


Central 


Broadw/ay. 


47 Doane 



48 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



WASHINGTON, wards 3-5, 
from 2 Washington square to 
next 174 Lowell ave. 

2 1 Washington square 

2 Prescott place 

22 Green place 

35 Arnold place 

36 Nichols place 

44 Adams place 

53 Newcomb place 

58 Finney place 

G5 Potter place 

G6 Kimball place 

71 Jacques place 

74 Porter place 

79 Bishop place 

98 Bullen place 

99 Rugg place 

130 Sanders place 

117 Railroad square 
OB. & M. R. R. 

141 Washington ave. 

162 River 

175 Collins place 

205 Hawkins place 

227 Temple 

242 Avon place 

249 Jackson 

2GG Gale place 

282 South 

281 Bartlett 

298 Davenport 

320 Porter 

333 High 

346 Shepherd 

360 Ford 

367 Freeman 

384 Gilbert aye. 

379 Observatory avenue 

394 A'arnum 

391 Marion 

402 Ayer 

403 Chick avenue 

Beach 

View 

567 Westford 

566 P'lorence avenue 

590 Maxwell 

601 Day 

635 Fairfield 

Westford 

Lowell ave. 

W A S H I X G TON AVENUE, 

ward 5, from 141 Washington 
to junction of Beach and Arch. 



46 



1 Washington 
9 Myrtle 
Bethel 



37 



75 



Currier place 

Beacon 

Arch 



WASHINGTON SQUARE, ward 
3, junction of Merrimack, 
Washington, Emerson and Es- 
sex. 

1 Emerson 
Merrimack 
22 Oilman place 

29 Essex 

30 Washington 

WATER, wards 2-4, from; Main, 

opposite Merrimack to Lincoln 

avenue, junction Keeley and 

Riverside ave. 

2 1 Main 

Bridge 

32 Stage 

52 Green 

84 Crown place 

92 Moore 

116 Kent 

130 Carleton place 

140 Lindel 

150 School 

162 Chestnut 

188 Came avenue 

195 Richardson place 

198 Mill 

228 Eastern avenue 

234 John Ward ave. 

242 Buttonwoods ave. 

256 Groveland 

370 Pearson 

390 Island 

420 Mechanic 

436 Greenville 

458 Haverhill 

536 Keeley 

538 Lincoln ave. 

Riverside ave. 

WEBSTER, wards 2-6, from 20 
Summer to 26 Dudley. 

2 1 Summer 

26 21 Park 

35 Summit ave. 

40 43 Arlington 

Ashland 

47 Grant 

69 Kenoza 

158 Davis place 

168 Howard 

Fountain 

Dudley 

WEBSTER, ward 7, from 67 
Central to 42 Salem. 



STREETS, COURTS, ETC. 



49 



Central 
Doane 
Salem 

WEBSTER PLACE, ward 3, 
from 35 Washington to Me- 
chanics row. 

WELLINGTON AVENUE, 

ward 6, from 11 North ave. to 
Lake View ave. 

North ave. 

Magnolia ave. 

Lake View ave. 

WEST, ward 1, from 153 Merri- 
mack! to 28 Oak. 
Merrimack 

17 Hammond court 
Oak 

WEISTFORD, ward 5, from 567 
Washington to nearly opp. 850 
do. 

Washington 

Day 

Fairfield 

Washington 

WBSTLAND PLACE, ward 4, 
from 29 Westland terrace to 
Saltonstall road. 

WESTLAND TERRACE, ward 
4, from Kenoza ave. n. Gale 
park to Belvidere rd. 
2 1 Kenoza ave. 

5 Mill 
Woodland way 

29 Westland terrace 
40 Belvidere road 

WHARF LANE, ward 4, from 
Main, near the bridge, R. V. 

WHITE, wards 1-3-6, from 121 

Winter to 96 Main. 

2 1 Winter 

15 Dustin 

16 William 

25 Pentueket 

24 Charles 

36 Nichols 

45 Vine 

50 Cedar 

60 Auburn 

66 69 Portland 

76 Main 

WHITNEY AVENUE, ward 7, 
from Oxford ave. to beyond I, 
Ward Hill. 
Oxford ave. 
H 



<S 
M 
I 
WHITTIER, ward 4, from 11 

Haverhill to 30 Keeley. 
WHITTIER AVENUE, ward 4, 
from Amesbury road opp. Elli- 
ot, north. 
WHITTIER ROAD, ward 4, 
from Amesbury rd. passing 
Corliss Hill rd. to Amesbury 
road. 
Amesbury road 
Corliss Hill road 

Amesbury road 
WILLIAM, ward 3, from 16 
White to 15 Primrose. 
1 White 
11 Franklin 
Cottage 
Primrose 
WILLIAMS, ward 7, from bey. 
49 Salem to bey. Summit ave. 
Salem 
Park ave. 
Summit ave. 
Woodlawn ave. 
WILLIE, ward 5, from 194 Hill- 
dale ave. i'to Sherman ave. 
Hilldale ave. 
21 Mt. Dustin ave. 
49 Pine ave. 
Sherman ave. 
WILLOW, ward 5, from Monu- 
ment, next Hilldale ave. west. 

WILLOW AVENUE, ward 6, 
from Main, bey. Dustin sq. 
west. 

WILLOW AVENUE, ward 7, 
from Boston rd. Ward Hill to 
Kingsbury ave. 

WILSON, wardl 5, from 38 Var- 
num to 73 Beach 
Varnum 
Ayer, 
Hall 

Beach 

WINDHAM, ward 5, from Syl- 
van, north., 

WINDSOR, ward 4, from Ar- 
lington, at Windsor park, 
north to 236 Mill. 
2 1 Arlington 

Berkeley ave. 
Upton 

Mill 



50 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, HALLS, ETC. 



WINDSOR PARK, ward 4, Ar- 
lington, cor. Windsor. 
WINGATE, ward 3. from 50 Es- 
sex to 11 Railroad sq. 
Essex 
1G Arnold place 

30 Newcomb place 

40 Potter place 

G2 Rugg place 

Railroad sq. 
B. & M. R. R. 
WINGATE WAY, ward 3, from 
Gardner way, east, between 
Wingate and Granite. 
WIXXIKENNIE, ward 4, Belvi- 
dere road, near Saltonstall av. 
WINONA AVENUE, ward 6, 
from Oxford to Fishing river, 
beyond Coral. 
Oxford 
Sagamore 
Marsh ave. 
Jasper 

Coral 

WINTER, wards 1-3, from 46 
Main to 59-77 Lafayette sq. 
1 Main 
18 Pleasant 

52 Spring 

53 Portland 
95 Vine 
100 Pecker 

108 How 

121 White 
120 Emerson 

145 Franklin 
163 Cottage 
172 Locust 

192 Sargent's court 

201 Primrose 
208 Locke 

209 Harrison 
235 Lewis 
216 Duncan 

257 Hale 
0B. Sr M. R. R. 

Stevens 
Lafayette sq. 
WOODBRIDGE, ward 4, from 

John Ward ave. 
WOODLAND WAY, ward 4, 
from Wostland terrace. 

WOODLAWN AVENUE, ward 
7. from P.-irk, bey. Summit ave. 
to beyond Williams. 
Park 
Colbv 
Williams 



WOODS AVENUE, ward 4, 
from 466 Groveland to Old 
Ferry road. 

WORTHEN PEACE, ward 2, 
from 41 Stage. 

Y, ward 7, from I to beyond E, 
Ward Hill. 
1 
E 

YEATON PLACE, ward 5, from 
8 Porter. 

YORK, ward 6, from 83 Prim- 
rose to 15 Kimball. 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, HALLS, 
ETC. 

Academy of Music building, 97 to 

111 Merrimack 
Adams building, 38 to 44 Wash. 
Arnold block, 29 to 43 Wingate 
Atwood block, 12 to 16 Main 
Ayers hall, Broadway, A. V. 
A. O. of F. hall, 78 Merrimack 
A. O. of H. hall, 196 Winter 
A. O. of U. W. hall, 163 Merri- 
mack 
Bannister block, 2 and 4 Merri- 
mack and 1 and 9 Bridge 
Bannister hall, 3 Bridge 
Bartenders' Hall, 123 Merrimack 
Belanger block, 241 to 249 Essex 
Bishop Block, 62 to 70 Wingate 
Bishop's building, 73 to 79 Wash. 
Boot & Shoe Workers Union, 31 

Wash. 
Boston & Maine R. R. station, 
Railroad square; freight depot, 
Winter, cor. Hale 
Bragg building, Railroad sq. 
Brickett building, Washington 

sq. cor. Emerson 
Brittan hall, 36 Main 
Bullen block, 92 to 98 Wash. 
Carpenters' hall, 82 Merrimack 
Casazza's block, Maxwell, near 

Washington 
Castle hall, 14 Main 
Central Labor Union hall, 31 Wash. 
Chase block, 74 to 84 Wash. 
Chase block, 15 to 33 Merrimack 
Chase Morse block, 104 to 116 Lo- 
cust 
City hall, Main, cor. Court 
Clinton block, 260 River 
Corliss block, 8 to 18 Winter 
Currier block, 116 to 122 Wash. 
Currier's block, 29 to 37 Main 



BLOCKS, BUILDING, HALLS, ETC. 



51 



Daggett building, 87 to 95 Merri- 
mack 

Davis & Crafts building, 89 and 
91 Washington 

Duncan block, 6 to 10 Merrimack 

Duncan building, 3 Water 

Edney's Hall, 82 Merrimack 

Elliot and Noyes block, 53 and 55 
Wingate 

Endicott building, 53 and 55 
Wash. 

Essex block, 20 to 32 Merrimack 

Essex street block, 19 to 37 
Essex 

Exchange building, 8 to 20 Water 

Exchange hall, 8 Water 

Ferrari block, 319 to 325 River 

Finney block, 50 to 68 Wash. 

First National Bank building, 46 
and 48 Washington 

Fitts building, 93 and 95 Wash. 

Flint block, 41 and 43 Main 

Fox block, 27 to 37 Granite 

Franklin block, 200 to 214 Merri- 
mack 

Gardner block, 13 to 35 Railroad 
square 

Gardner building, 40 to 48 Gran- 
ite 

Gilman block, 14 and 16 Wash. 

Gilman building, 22 to 32 Wash- 
ington square 

Goodrich, Porter & Kimball 
building, 66 to 72 Washington 

Goodwin's block, 165 to 175 Mer- 
rimack 

Grand Army block, 14 to 18 
Court 

Grange hall, Broadway 

G. A. R. hall, 16 Court 

Hall block, 76 to 80 Lafayette sq. 

Hammond block, 119 to 133 Mer- 
rimack 

Harrison hall, 60 Merrimack 

Haverhill Savings' Bank build- 
ing, 151 and 153 Merrimack 

HaverhilU ;S. D. & T. Oo.'s build- 
ing, 161 and 163 Merrimack 

Hewes block, 14 to 20 Emerson 

Hunking block, 68 to 74 Merri- 
mack 

Independence hall, 39 Emerson 

I. 0. G. T. hall, 16 Fleet 

Jacques block, 67 to 71 Wash. 

Junior O. U. A. M. hall, 151 Mer- 
rimack 

Kelley block, 45 to 51 Wingate 

Killam building, 58 to 64 White 



Kittredge block, 94 to 106 Merri- 
mack 

Knights of Pythias hall, 14 Main 

Lafayette hall, 41 Lafayette sq. 

Lahey block, 1 to 11 Railroad sq. 

Laskey's block, 91 to 97 River 

Laster's Protective Union hall, 31 
Washington 

Marsh building, 37 to 47 Wash. 

Masonic building, 113 to 117 Mer- 
rimack 

Masonic temple, 115 Merrimack 

Merrimack Bank building, 18 
and 20 Washington 

Morse building, 8 to 12 Adams 
place 

Music hall, 42 Winter 

Newcomb block, 18 to 28 Win- 
gate 

Newcomb Bros, block, 8 to 16 
Wingate 

Newcomb J. S. block, 30 to 34 
Wingate 

Nichols block, 22 to 36 Wash. 

Nichols building, 60 to 64 Wash. 

Nichols J. R. block, 177 to 179 
Merrimack 

Odd Fellows' building, 24 to 28 
Main 

Odd Fellows' halls, 151 Merri- 
mack and 26 Main 

Old Garrison house, Rocks Vil- 
lage 

Osgood block, 2 to 6 Water ami 1 
to 17 Main 

O. U. A. Mv-hall, 103 Merrimack 

Pearson Bros, block, 8 to 14 Es- 
sex 

Pentecost Mission hall, Winter, n. 
Spring 

Pilling block, 36 to 40 Wingate 

Potter block, 57 to 65 Wash. 

Prescott block, 2 to 12 Wash. 

Ricard's block, 40 to 68 Winter 

Ring building, 65 to 69 Main, Br. 

Rugg building, 81 to 87 Wash. 

Russ & Noyes & Carlton block, 
72 to 78 Wingate 

St. Jean Baptist building, 25 to 
43 Lafayette sq. 

Saltonstall block, f! to 71 Merri- 
mack 

Salvation Army hall, r. 185 Merri- 
mack 

Sanders block, 124 to 130 Wash. 

Sanders Thomas building, 132 to 
140 Washington 

Shoe Cutters hall, 59 Merrimack 

Swett block, 57 to 63 Wingate 



52 



CITY LANDINGS, OFFICES, WHARVES, ETC. 



S. D. A. ball. 14 Water 

Tanners hall, rear 24 Main 

Taylor block, 52 to 58 Wingate 

Taylor block, 100 to 114 Wash. 

Thorn's building, 250 River 

Tiltoo blocks, 34 to 40 and 168 to 
182 Merrimack 

Tilton building, 42 to 46 Merri- 
mack 

Tib. »n & Chase block, 97 to 103 
Washington 

I'n ion block, 152 to 166 Merri- 
mack 

l\ V. U. hall, 3 Bridge 

Villeneuve block, 26 to 30 Lafay- 
ette sq. 

Washington block, 13 to 25 
Washington square 

Washington square building, 1 to 
7 Washington square 

Webster block, 30 to 36 Main, Br. 

Webster building, 1 to 35 Wash. 

Wentworth buildings, 14 to 36 
Granite 

West's block, 87 to 93 Water 

Whittier's block, 184 to 198 Mer- 
rimack 



No. 
1. 

2. 

3. 



No. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 



CITY LANDINGS. 

Rock's Village, next below 

the bridge 
Rock's Village, next above 

the bridge 
iSteamboat wharf, rear 140 

Merrimack 
Cottles creek, about a mile 

below Groveland Bridge 
Keeley's landing at lower 

end of Water 

261 to 265 Water 
191 to 205 Water 
127 to 131 Water 
101 to 107 Water 
55 to 69 Water 
City wharf, rear 1 Water 
74 and 76 Merrimack 
Washington square 
Rear 172 to 190 Washington 
West Parish, near Mitchell's 
Falls 



OFFICES, ETC. 

Assessors. City Hall 
Auditor's, City Hall 
Board of Health, Citv Hal 



City Clerk's, City Hall 

City Engineer's, City Hall 

Citv Marshal's, Court, base. City 

Hall 
City Collector's, City Hall 
City Messenger's, City Hall 
City Treasurer's, City Hall 
City Weigher's Court, basement 

City Hall 
Clerk of Courts, City Hall 
Inspector of Buildings, City Hall 
Inspector of Pluming, City Hall 
Inspector of Wires. 42 Fleet 
Mayor's, City Hall 
Overseers of the Poor, City Hall 
Park Department, Wiunikennie 

Castle 
Post Office, Washington square 
Supt. of Streets, City Hall 
Supt. Street Watering, City Hall 
Supt. Street Lights, City Hall 
Water Registrar, 16 Court 



WHARVES. 

Chase's, rear 1 Water 

Chase D. D. Lumber Co's, r. 140 
Merrimack 

Hale's, 101 Water 

Haverhill, Newburyport & Bos- 
ton .S. S. Co. rear 166 Merri- 
mack 

Rowell & Short's, 149 Water 

Smiley's, 147 Water 

Taylor's, 83 Water 

West's, 83 Water 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 

Ward 1. All that portion of 
the city north of Merrimack 
river and west of a line drawn 
from said river through the cen- 
tre of Main street to White 
street; tihence through the centre 
of White street, crossing Winter 
to Emerson street; thence 
through the centre of Emerson 
street, crossing Merrimack street 
to Merrimack river. 

Ward 2. All that portion of 
the city east of said Main street 
line, extending to Kenoza av- 
enue, through the centre of Ken- 
oza avenue to Kent street; 
thence running southerly 
through the centre of Kent street 
to Water street; thence through 
the centre of Water street to 
Ferry landing. 



WARD BOUNDARIES 



53 



Ward 3. All that portion of 
the city west of said Emerson 
street line and White street line 
to Charles street; thence south of 
a line running westerly to North 
street; thence west of a line run- 
ning northerly through the cen- 
tre of North street to John street; 
thence south of and running 
westerly through the centre of 
John street to Primrose street; 
thence west of a line running 
northerly through Primrose 
street to Lancaster street; thence 
south of a line running westerly 
through Lancaster street to Lit- 
tle river; thence running by said 
Little river to Boston and Maine 
railroad; thence by said railroad 
to Merrimack river. 

Ward 4. All that portion of 
the city east of said Kent street 
line to Kenoza avenue, through 
the centre of Kenoza avenue to 
the Newton road; thence through 
the centre of the Newton road to 
the city line. 

Ward 5. All tlhat portion of 
the city lying west of the Boston 
and Maine railroad to Little 
river; thence northerly by said 
Little river to the city line. 

Ward 6. All that portion of 
the city lying north of said lines 
drawn through the centre of 
White street and Charles street 
to North street; thence east of 
said line drawn through the cen- 
tre of North street to , John 
street; thence north of said John 
street line to Primrose street; 
thence east of said Primrose 
street line to Lancaster street; 
thence north of said Lancaster 
street line to Little river; thence 
east of said Little river to the 
city line; and thence south of 
said city line to Newton road; 
thence west of said Newton road 
line to Kenoza avenue; thence 
west of said Kenoza avenue line 
to Main street; thence west of 
said Main street line to White 
street. 

Ward 7. All that portion of 
the city lying south of the Merri- 
mack river, including what was 
formerly the town of Bradford. 



Precinct One, in Ward 5, be- 
ginning at a point on the north- 
erly bank of Merrimack river on 
the centre line of Ayer street ex- 
tended to said river; thence 
northwesterly through the centre 
of Ayer street to Washington 
street; thence northeasterly 
through the centre of Washing- 
ton street to High street; thence 
northeasterly through the centre 
of High street to Central street; 
thence southeasterly through the 
centre of Central street to Bea- 
con street; thence northeasterly 
through the centre of Beacon 
street to Washington avenue; 
thence southeasterly through the 
centre of Washington avenue to 
the Boston and Maine railroad; 
thence southerly through the 
centre of the Boston and Maine 
railroad to Merrimack river; 
thence southwesterly by said 
river to the point of beginning. 
All the territory included within 
said boundary lines to be known 
and designated as Precinct One, 
Ward Five. 

Precinct Two, in Ward 5, be- 
ginning at a point on the north- 
erly bank of Merrimack river on 
the centre line of Ayer street ex- 
tended to said river; thence west- 
erly and southerly by said river 
to Methuen line; thence north- 
erly by said Methuen line to the 
state line: thence northeasterly 
by said state line to North 
Broadway; thence southeasterly 
through the centre of North 
Broadway to Broadway; thence 
easterly through the centre of 
Broadway to Grove street; 
thence southerly through the 
centre of Grove street to High 
street; thence southwesterly 
through the centres of High and 
Washington streets to Ayer 
street; thence southeasterly 
through the centre of Ayer street 
to the point of beginning. All 
the territory included within said 
boundary lines to be known and 
designated as Precinct Two, 
"Ward Five. 

Precinct. Three, in Ward 5, be- 
ginning at a point on the Boston 
and Maine railroad opposite the 



54 



WARD BOUNDARIES 



cent re of Washington avenue; 
thence northwesterly through 
the centre of Washington avenue 
to Beacon street; thence south- 
westerly through the centre of 
Beacon street to Central street; 
thence northwesterly through 
the centre of Central street to 
High street; thence southwest- 
erly through the centre of High 
street to Grove street; thence 
northerly through the centre of 
Grove street to Broadway; 
thence westerly through the cen- 
tre of Broadway to North Broad- 
way; thence northwesterly 
through the centre of North 
Broadway to the state line; 
thence northeasterly and south- 
easterly by said state line to Lit- 
tle river; thence southerly 
through the centre of Little river 
to the Boston and Maine rail- 
road; thence southerly by said 
railroad to the point of begin- 
ning. All the territory included 
within said boundary lines to be 
known and designated as Pre- 
cinct Three, Ward Five. 

Precinct One, in Ward 6, be- 
ginning at a point in the centre 
of Cedar street, at the junction 
of White street; thence northerly 
through the centre of Cedar 
street at the junction of White 
street; thence northerly through 
the centre of Cedar street to the 
centre of Seventh street; thence 
easterly through the centre of 
Main street; thence northerly 



through the centre of Main 
street to the centre of North 
avenue; thence through the cen- 
tre of North avenue to the New 
Hampshire line; thence by said 
New Hampshire line southeast- 
erly to the boundary line of 
Ward 4, as at present consti- 
tuted; thence southwesterly by 
the boundary lines of the said 
Ward 4, Ward 2 and Ward 1, as 
at present constituted to the 
point begun at. 

Precinct Two, in Ward 6, be- 
ginning at a point in the centre 
of Cedar street, at the junction 
of White street; thence northerly 
by boundary line of Precinct 
One, in Ward 6 to the New 
Hampshire line; thence westerly 
by said New Hampshire line to 
the boundary line of Precinct 
Two, in Ward 5, as at present 
constituted; thence by the 
boundary lines of Ward 5, Ward 
3 and Ward 1, as at present con- 
stituted, to the point begun at. 

That Ward 7 be and) is hereby 
divided into Two Precincts, as 
follows :— 

Beginning at the Haverhill 
bridge on Main street, divide 
centre of Main street to Kings- 
burg ave. then centre of Kings- 
burg ave. to the Boxford line. 

The territory on the west of 
the dividing line to be Precinct 
One, and the territory on the 
east of the dividing line to be 
Precinct Two. 



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HAVERHILL 

DIRECTORY 

1902. 

ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt., agent; Am., American ; asst., assist- 
ant; av., or ave., avenue ; A. V., Ayers Village ; b. or bds., 
boards ; bet., between ; bey., beyond ; bldg., building ; blk., 
block; B., Boston; B. & N. St. Ry. Co., Boston & North- 
ern Street Railway Co. ; Br., Bradford dist. ; com. mer., 
commission merchant; c. or cor., corner; corp., corpora- 
tion; ct, court; dep., deputy; do., ditto; E., East; E. P., 
East Parish ; H. W. W., Haverhill Water Works ; h., house ; 
ins., insurance; I. P., Island Park; mkr., maker; mnfr., 
manufacturer; mngr., manager; N., Nicholsville ; N., 
North; n., near; opp., opposite; pi., place ; P.O., Post 
Office ; pres., president ; r., rear ; rd., road ; Rev., Rever- 
end ; rms., rooms ; R. V., Rocks Village ; S., South ; S. H., 
Scotland Hill or Sanders Hill; sec, secretary; sq., square; 
St., street; supt., superintendent; ter., terrace; treas., 
treasurer; U. S. A., United States Army; U. S. N., United 
States Navy; W., West; Wash., Washington; whf., wharf; 
whol., wholesale; W. H., Ward Hill; W. P., West Parish. 

Where the name of a corporation, factory or firm appears 
immediately after the occupation, it indicates the place of 
business. 

After the name of the street, the word street is omitted. 

ABBOTT CHARLES H. stock fitter, h. 46 High 
" Essex S. lawyer, 91 Merrimack, rms. 9 Vine 
" Frank, shoemaker, h. 17 Burke 
" Fred, motorman, rms. 46 Wash. ave. 
" George A. printer, 91 Wash. h. 312 do. 
" Gilbert R. (Abbott & West) h. 269 E. Broadway 
" Grace M. shoe packer, b. 312 Wash. 
" Ira A. lawyer, 81 Merrimack, and justice, central 

dist. court, h. 26 Park 
" Irving, coachman, 7 Arlington pi. h. 67 Summer 




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HAVERHILL 56 DIRECTORY 



Abbott Isaac D. shoemaker, h. 7 Temple pi. 
" Jeremiah, brakeman, b. 8 N. H. ave. Br. [William 

" Julia C. bookkeeper, W. C. Lewis Shoe Co. rms. 7 
" J. Herbert, salesman, 28 Merrimack, h. 131 Portland 
" Laura M. Mrs. hat trimmer, h. 6 Baldwin 
" Matthew D. janitor, 76 Merrimack, h. 10 Pleasant, Br. 
" Myra, widow of John F. h. 1 Race 
*' Nathan A. coachman, 28 Mt. Vernon, rms. 126 Winter 
" Scott, shoemaker, b. 7 Temple pi. 
" Sophronia E. widow of Freeman, h. 1 2 Hancock 
" Tryphenia, widow of Aaron P. h. 61 Auburn 
" & West (Gilbert R. Abbott and William H. West) 
shoe contractors, r. 22 Phoenix row 

Abel Bernard (Disraelly & Abel) mnfg. jeweler, 30 Merri- 
mack, h. 6 Chestnut, Br. 

Abell Aristine H. h. 42 Pleasant 

Abrams W. Frank, florist, r. 19 Proctor, h. 19 do. 

Academy of Music, 103 Merrimack 

Achorn Sylvinia, widow, h. 180 Main 

Ackroyd Eliza, widow of William, h. 120 E. Broadway 

Adams Alice, bookkeeper, 145 Merrimack, b. 20 School 
" Ann M. widow of Adam W. h. 347 Wash. 
" Annie L. Mrs. h. 21 Pentucket 
" Arthur C. clerk, b. 20 School 
" Augusta M. b. 162 Main 
" Carl, shoemaker, b. 3 South 

" Carrie E. stenographer, C. K. Fox, h. 14 Mt. Vernon 
" Carrie F. clerk, b. 51 Broadway 

" Charles, shoemaker, b. 51 Broadway [Vale 

" Charles H. lawyer, 103 Merrimack, h. N. Broadway, n. 
" Charles W. shipper, 42 Merrimack, h. 37 Ninth ave. 
" Delbert H. farmer, b. 51 Broadway 
" Elizabeth B. widow of Stephen C. h. 42 Keeley 
" Elizabeth R. teacher cooking, public schools 
" Ella F. shoe stitching, 74 Wingate, rms. 29 Vestry 
" Eugene B. salesman, h. 162 Main 
" Eugene T. (Simonds & Adams) dry goods, 42 to 48 

Merrimack, h. 275 Main 
" Florence, clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 
" Frank E. painter, 178 Merrimack, rms. 32 How 
" George W. shoe cutter, h. 62 Cedar 
" Harry E. (W. & V. O. Kimball; shoe mnfrs. r. 20 

Phoenix row, b. 29 Highland ave. 
" Henry S. mngr. 191 Merrimack, b. Richmond, cor. 
Arlington 



HAVERHILL 57 DIRECTORY 



Adams Herbert, student, b. 5 Montgomery 

" Horace C. shoe cutter, h. 20 School 

" Howard T. h. Oliver, n. Crawford 

" Isaiah, shoemaker, h. 26 Ayer 

" James E. shoemaker, h. 68 Race 

" Jennie Mrs. h. 51 Essex 

" John A. student, b. Richmond, c. Arlington 

« John H. b. 222 Hilldale ave. 

" John H. h. 51 Broadway 

" John Q. music teacher, 5 Montgomery, h. do. 

" John W. shoe finisher, h. 347 Washington 
ADAMS J. FRED, insurance and athletic goods, 9 
Emerson, h. Richmond, cor. Arlington. See back 
cover 

" J. Ira, machinist, b. 27 Auburn 

" Leon G. shoemaker, h. 42 Keeley [gate, h. 336 Main 

" Lester (Beriah Foster & Co.) leather, 16 and 18 Win- 

" Lewis E. (The People's House Furnishing Co.) 8 and 
10 Merrimack, h. 29 Byron, Br. 

" Marguerite, asst. Locust st. Kindergarten [way 

" Mary E. widow, housekeeper, C. H. Adams, N. Broad- 

" Peter, shoemaker, rms. 49 Hilldale ave. 

" Robert C. salesman, 81 Wash. rms. 107 Chestnut 

" Thomas, blacksmith, Merrill's ct. 

" Wallace, farm foreman, G. H. Thurston's, h. Gile 

" William, b. 68 Race- 

" William A. carpenter, h. 222 Hilldale ave. 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 42 Jackson 

" William L. h. 54 Temple 

" William R. sole leather cutter, h. 1 Sheldon 
^Etna Hotel, A. O. Gordon prop. 44 and 46 Water 
Afes Mike, peddler, h. 26 Varnum 
Agge Charles, h. 99 Portland 

" Charles H. painter, h. 95 Portland 
Ahearn William, weaver, h. 9 Lewis 
Ahern Elizabeth M. dressmaker, 196 Winter, rms. do. 

" Patrick, shoemaker, h. 92 Franklin 
Ainsworth Lloyd H. shoe cutter, rms. 19 Water 
x\iken Ely H. musician, h. 2 Carlton sq. Br. 

" William, musician, b. 2 Carlton sq. Br. [do. 

Akerley Frederick O. clerk, 59 Main, Br. b. 7 Maple ave. 
Akerman Mary, widow of J. Warren, h. 5 Elm pi. 
Albanese Rocco, shoemaker, h. 56 River 
Albertson Maurice A. shoe stitcher, h. 35 Hall 
Alboni Antonio, shoemaker, h. 5 Sargent ct. 

SoXZ' ..„ H. L. TAYLOR &W. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 58 DIRECTORY 



Alby John VV. counter sorter, h. 4 Central 

Alden George W. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 33 Pleasant 

" Harry A. Shoe cutter, h. 8 Elm pi. 

" Marshall, tinsmith, h. 9 Elm pi. 

" Walter M. laborer, h. 13 Hale 

" Willie E. clerk, b. 9 Elm pi. [Br. 

Alexander Allen H. trav. salesman, 23 Essex, b. 22 Byron, 

" Charles B. clerk, 59 Main, Br. h. 26 Pleasant, do. 

" Dan, shoemaker, h. 8 Granville ct. 

" Ida A. bookkeeper, 23 Essex, b. 22 Byron, Br. 
Alger Frank P. shoe cutter, h. 48 Baltimore 
Alie Theobald, shoemaker, h. 5 Little River 
Allan Anna, widow of William G. b. 40 Westland ter. 
Allard Albert, shoemaker, rms. 7 Franklin 

" Frank E. polisher, r. 106 Merrimack, h. 41 Chestnut 

" Frank M. operative, h. Salem n. Groveland line, Br. 

" Henry D. shoemaker, h. 208 Main, Br. 

" Joseph W. shoe cutter, h. Altamont, n. Broadway 

" Mary E. widow of Jeremiah, h. 1 Lewis 

" William, shoemaker, h. Altamont, n. Broadway 
Allen Alonzo T. gas fitter, 38 Pleasant, h. do. 

" Augustine M. pres. H. W. W. 14 Court, h. 68 White 

" Avard A. carpenter, h. 51 Howard 

" A. Phillips, shoe burnisher, b. 4 Warren 

" Benjamin B. sewing machine agt. h. 87 Arlington 

" Caroline E. b. 65 Cedar 

" Charles, shoe cutter, h. 7 Shepherd 

" Charles F. mngr. 28 Wingate, h. 210 Elm, Br. 

" Charles F. shoe cutter, h. 28 Vine 

" Charles H. agent, h. 119 Elm, Br. 

" Clara, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 59 Pleasant, Br. 

" Edgar L. teamster, 33 Kingsbury ave. Br. h. do. 

" Edward F. shoemaker, h. 1 Rosedale ave. 

" Edward M. shoemaker, h. 45 Greenville 

" Eugene L. shoe cutter, h. 115 E. Broadway 

" Everett E. fgt. clerk, rms. 6 Pecker st. ct. 

" E. Roy, salesman, 76 Wash. h. 33 Fernald ave. 

" Ferdinand A. painter, h. 4 Warren 

" Franklin H. physician, 56 Emerson, h. 58 do. 

" George E. physician, 118 Main, Br. h. 120 do. 

" George L. carpenter, h. 6 Carleton pi. 

" Grace M. clerk, 140 Merrimack, b."87 Arlington 

" Guy H. clerk, 94 Wash. b. 5 Carleton pi. 

" Hannah, widow of Frank, h. 20 New, Br. 
" Herbert M. clerk, 41 Main, h. 59 Pleasant, Br. 



HAVERHILL 59 DIRECTORY 



Allen J. Wallace, trav. salesman, h. 16 Ninth ave. 

" John W. shoe cutter, h. 14 Nichols 

" Joseph A. shoe cutter, h. 9 Jackson 

" Joseph G. tinsmith, h. 6 Observatory ave. 

" Josephine, rms. 109 Winter [Wingate 

" Machine Co. C. F. Allen, mngr. shoe machinery, 28 

" Margaret B. teacher, Geo. Cogswell school, Br. 

" Mary W. widow of William Y. h. 28 Vine 

" M. E. Mrs. millinery, 66 Merrimack, b. 45 Portland 

" Ralph, driver, b. 20 New, Br. 

" Roscoe G. (R. G. Allen & Co.) h. 5 Carleton pi. 

" Roy G. coachman, 42 Highland ave. b. 20 New, Br. 

" R. G. & Co. (Roscoe G. Allen and Charles T. Her- 
rick) taps and stiffenings, r. 100 Wash. 

" Samuel, farmer, h. 510 Kenoza 

" Susie M. Mrs. bookkeeper, 28 Wingate, h. 210Elm,Br. 

" William E. baker, 58 White, b. 45 Greenville 

" William E. shoe buffer, rms. 124 Emerson 

" William E. shoe cutter, rms. 115 Emerson 
Alley Charles H. hostler, 10 Stage, h. 16 do. 

" Daniel B. (D. B. Alley & Co.) h. 34 Belmont ave. 

" D. B. & Co. (Daniel B. Alley and Elmer W. Make- 
peace) groceries, etc. 29 Water 

" Frank R. supt. 7 Fmerson, h. 35 Dudley 

" Sarah C. widow of Samuel, boarding house, 6 Duncan 
Allison Clarence T. driver, Murray Bros. Co. h. 9 Arch 
ave. 

" Napoleon, shoemaker, rms. 78 How 
Almshouse, Louis D. Savage, supt. 61 Brown 
Alteary Frank, puller over, h. 56 River 
Alter John, peddler, h. 146 River 

" Michael, peddler, b. 146 River 

" Simon, peddler, h. 10 Beach 
Amazeen Albert H. grocer, 251 Groveland, h. do. 

" Frank W. finance clerk, P. O. rms. 3 Vine 

" Joseph A. b. 11 Arlington 
Ambrose Albion N. h. 24 Sixth ave. 
Amburg Enos, shoemaker, b. 7 Beacon 
American Exp. Co. 113 Washington and R. R. station, Br. 
Ames Ellen F. h. 209 Main, Br. 

" Ellen W. widow of James S. h. 101 Emerson 

" Flora Mrs. b. 202 Main, Br. 

" Frank E. machine operator, h. 38 Lincoln ave. 

" Julia F. h. 29 Orchard 

" Lucy Frances, widow of William, h. 30 Merrimack 

MlfAN S [MTU CARPENTER AND BUILDER 
man u. uujjJjj milling and general repairing 

Odd Sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 60 DIRECTORY 



Ames Mary F. widow of James E. h. 26 Summer 

" Wallace E. shoe pattern maker, h. 209 Main, Br. 
Amirault Enos, lather, b. 76 Water 

" Victor, lather, h. 76 Water 
Amiro Frank H, shoe worker, b. 1 1 Lafayette, Br. 

" James, laborer, h. r. 42 Primrose 

" Raymond V. carpenter, h. 7 Came lane 

" Samuel, shoemaker, h. r. 98 Lafayette sq. 
Amos Charles, h. 15 Moore 

" C. William, shoemaker, h. 45 Millvale rd. 
Amose Daisy E. clerk, 65 Merrimack, b. 15 Moore 
Andaras Harry, shoemaker, h. 23 Oak ter. [do. 

Anderson Alfred W. photographer, 60 Merrimack, h. 70 

" Carl, plumber's app. 97 Wash. b. 7 Marshall 

" Edward A. coachman, b. 1 Cherry 

" Emma S. Mrs. vocal teacher, 38 Pleasant, Br. h. do. 

" Frank S. shoemaker, h. 22 Grove 

" Fred L. Haverhill Machine Works, 66 Phoenix row, h. 
26 Greenleaf, Br. 

" George W. collector, 13 Wash. sq. h. 38 Pleasant, Br. 

" Harry, upholsterer, 8 Merrimack, h. 84 Howard 

" Henry, whitewashes h. 33 Ashland 

" James H. shoemaker, h. 86 Locke 

" Jane, widow of David, h. 6 Groveland 

" John M. carpenter, h. 7 Marshall 

" Lewis W. teamster, h. 14 Coffin ave. 

" Patrick J. bookkeeper, 106 Merrimack, h. 18 Webster 
Andreottola Ferdinando, shoe repairer, 219 Wash. h. do. 
Andrews Bessie Mrs. h. 114 Merrimack 

" Charles R. shoe cutter, h. 464 Washington 

" Charles T. clerk, 145 Merrimack, rms. 23 Howard 

" Eliza E. teacher natural sciences, Bradford academy, 
b. do. 

" Frank J. wood heel maker, b. 180 Water 

" George H. (Andrews & Wood) soda and mineral water 
mnfr. 18 and 20 Phoenix row, h. 70 Brockton ave. 

" George W. mill hand, b. 110 Bellevue ave. 

" John, hatter, h. 394 Washington 

" Kate R. clerk, 20 Winter, b. 34 Auburn 

" Lizzie W. widow of Alvah H. h. 80 Water 

" William G. shoemaker, h. 10 Walnut 
ANDREWS & WOOD (George H. Andrews and 
John A. Wood) soda and mineral water mnfrs. 18 
and 20 Phoenix row. See opp. 55 
Angell Franklyn, shoemaker, h. 12 Hancock 



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Angelo Polito, shoemaker, h. 191 Washington 
Angers Auguste, laster, b. 31 Duncan 

" Isadore, shoemaker, h. 31 Duncan 
Angus Catherine Mrs. h. 95 Primrose 

" James A. h. 25 Pilling 

" Walter B. laster, h. Main, bey. High, Br. 
Annable Rums N. farmer, h. N. Broadway, cor. Vale 
Anthony Charles P. motor man, b. 112 Main, Br. 

" FYancis W. physician, 112 Main, Br. h. do. 
Appleton Abbie K. widow of Calvin, h. 143 N. Broadway 

" Alice K. widow of Edmund K. h. 42 Salem, Br. 

" Calvin P. farmer, b. 143 N. Broadway 

" Edward H. laster, b. 143 N. Broadway 

" George, farmer, h. N. Broadway, cor. Vale [Park 

" Mabel F. bookkeeper, 74 Phoenix row, b. 28 Columbia 

" Sadie E. Mrs. h. 9 Grand 

" Tammerson, widow of George, b. 19 Summer 

" William W. (W. W. Appleton & Co.) h. 28 Columbia 
Park 

« w. W. & Co. (William W. Appleton) counters, taps w 
and soles, 74-76-78 Phoenix Row ^3 

Apteker Nathan, shoes, 2 River, h. 71 do. ^S 

Arcangelo Adamo, shoemaker, h. 156 River — 

" Angelo, grocer, 195 River, h. do. SB 

" John, h. 121 River 
Archambeault Alfred, shoemaker, b. Altamont, n. B'dway Jjjjj 

" Edmond, b. 13 Arch ave. J 1 ^ 

" Jalos J. shoemaker, h. 181 River 

" Magnus, shoemaker, h. 154 Lowell ave. 

" Priscilla, widow of John B. h. 13 Arch ave. 
Archer Ellen, widow of Samuel, b. 30 Wilson 

" Nellie, widow of Henry A. h. 20 Auburn 
Archibald Blanche I. mngr. 170 Merrimack, b. 13 Marion < 

" Dana S. (F. Archibald & Co.) h. 2 Freeman C pi 

" Fred N. sole sorter, h. 6 Freeman Z^ 

" Freelon N. (F. Archibald & Co.) h. 6 Freeman J»J2 

" F. & Co. (Freelon and Dana S.) soles, etc. 60 and 62 J, r 
Phoenix row """ 

" Guy, shoemaker, h. 46 Hancock q Z 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 24 Grove F"0 

" Herbert, agt. 114 Washington, rms. 27 Summer ? 

Arcudi Pasquale, laborer, h. 217 Washington BJ 

Arel Seraphin, journeyman tailor, 174 Merrimack, h. 7 ™ 

Granville ct. 
Arielle Ferdinand, shoemaker, b. 28 Lafayette sq. 



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Arielle Hector, shoemaker, h. r. 35 Hilldale ave. 

" Remi, shoemaker, h. 28 Lafayette sq. 
Arlington Club, 103 Merrimack, rm. 40 

" Quartette, C. E. Morrison, mngr. 25 Pleasant, Br. 

" (The) John C. Leary, prop. 139 Merrimack 
Armenian boarding house, 1 24 Essex 
Armitage Mary, widow of Harry, h. 51 Bellevue ave. 
Armitstead Arthur L. plumber, 97 Wash. h. 3 Ashworth ter. 
Armoian Gaschdooh, shoemaker, h. 89 High 
Armor Bert L. farm hand, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Kate, widow of Albert, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Wallace A. painter, b. Broadway, A. V. 
Armstead Edmund, job wagon, Wash sq. h. 87 Hilldale av. 

" Joseph, shoe finisher, b. 27 Ashland 
Armstrong George W. dining rooms and news co. Haverhill 
sta. h. at Brookline 

" James H. clerk, 31 Merrimack, h. 6 Fifth ave. 

" Oscar F. shoemaker, h. 34 Kent 
Arnold Abram, foreman, 78 Wingate, h. 10 High 

" Albert M. shoemaker, h. 130 Elm, Br. 

" Asher B. salesman, 12 Wingate, rms. 2 Arlington 

" Charles, shoemaker, b. 36 Emerson 

" Charles W. (C. W. Arnold & Co.) h. 25 Westland ter. 
ARNOLD CHARLES W. & CO. (Charles W. 
Arnold) cut soles, etc. 2 to 6 Arnold pi. See front 
cover 

" Clarence J. leather grader, b. 87 Cedar 

" Claude, clerk, 2 Arnold pi. b. 25 Westland ter. 

" Harriet, widow of James, h. 1 Bragg ct. 

" John M. soi ter, h. 87 Cedar 

" John W. foreman, h. 24 Orchard 

" Nettie, widow of T. Merrill, h. 24 Orchard 

" Thomas M. (T. M. Arnold & Co.) cut soles, 12 Win- 
gate, h. 34 Fountain 
ARNOLD THOMAS M. & CO. (Thomas M. 
Arnold) mnfrs. of union leather soles, 6 to 14 Win- 
gate. See front cover 
Arrington Mary L. clerk, 42 Merrimack, h. 3 Vine 
Arundel Eleanor J. corset fitter, 98 Merrimack, house at 

Lawrence 
Ashe Ellen, widow of James, h. 43 Lewis 

" John T. shoemaker, rms. 16 Walnut 

" Sophronia C. widow of George, h. 13 Cedar 
Ashworth George, shoe worker, b. 267 Winter [Winter 

" Peter, overseer yard, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. 267 



HAVERHILL 63 DIRECTORY 



Asner Max, shoemaker, h. 22 Varnum 
Asselin George, brick maker, h. Primrose 
Atkins Edward, laster, h. 188 Merrimack 

" Frank W. stock fitter, h. 45 Merrimac, Br. 

" Wilbur E. shoemaker, h. 96 Keeley 
Atkinson Charles, h. 107 Chestnut 
Atwood Adelbert E. shoemaker, rms. 32 Pleasant 

" Arthur S. shoe cutter, rms 112 Emerson 

41 Benjamin F. shoemaker, rms. Sixteenth ave. 

" Bros. (Herbert C. and Charles H.) grocers, 12 Water, 
and provisions, 16 do. 

" Charles H. (Atwood Bros.) and city sealer, h. 18 Cedar 

" Cora, bookkeeper, 358 Wash. b. vV. F. Atwood's 

" Cynthia S. widow of Joshua B. h. 3 Bartlett 

4t Edgar J. provisions, 26 Winter, h. 19 Arlington 

" Elmer S. h. 16 Pentucket 

" Frank S. shoe mnfr. 101 Wash. h. 3 Bartlett 

" George M. physician and surgeon, office hours 1 to 3 
and 7 to 8 p. m. 127 Main, Br. h. do. 

" Henry W. teamster, h. Webster, n. Central, Br. 

" Herbert C.,( Atwood Bros.) 16 Water, h. Rocks road 

" Horace E. carpenter, h. Crystal, next Broadway, A. V. 

" Irving H. farm hand, h. Jacob Atwood's 

" Jacob, farmer, h. Liberty, c. Broadway 

" Jessie, farmer, h. Rocks road, c. Amesbury road 

" Lizzie, widow of Harry H. h. 73 Fountain 

" Lugene W. widow of Hezekiah, b. 127 Main, Br. 

41 Mary E. widow of Edgar, h. 7 Warren 

" Rachael P. Mrs. dressmaker, 120 Emerson, h. do. 

" Samuel S. shoe cutter, rms. 6 Currier pi. [353 do. 

" Walter N. groceries and provisions, 358 Washington, h. 

" Willard E. bookkeeper, 16 Main, Br. h. 51 Merrimac, do. 

" Willard F. farmer, h. Liberty, n. Broadway 
Aubrey Allen, hostler, rms. 27 How 
Auclair Antoine, beater out, h. 32 Hillside 

" Francois, beater out, h. 9 Thorndike 

" Gonzaque, shoemaker, b. 9 Thorndike 
Auclaire Adelard, shoemaker, h. 9 Granville 

" Eusebe, b. 53 Bellevue ave. 

" Felix, shoemaker, h. 53 Bellevue ave. 
Audet Francois, shoemaker, h. 99 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 99 Bellevue ave. 

" Napoleon P. shoe nailer, h. 4 Blaisdell 
Auger Louis M. embroiderer, h. 49 Myrtle st. exten. 

" Omer, rms. 8 How 




Business and Sh orthand. >rhone us for office Help. 



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HAVERHILL G4 DIRECTORY 



Austin Amos P. farmer, h. 702 Main 

" Annie Mrs. stitcher, h. 47£ Mam, Br. 

" Benjamin F. hairdresser, 339 River, h. 12 Edwin 

" Electia F. widow of Alvah, h. 7 Green, Br. 

" Fred, shoemaker, h. 15 Fernald ave. , 

" Gertrude M. bookkeeper, 17 Locust, b. 39 Vine 

" Horace A. b. 47 Merrimac, Br. 

" Margaret Mrs. h. 116 Locust 

" Rosetta, wid. of Granville B. h. Broadway, bey. Liberty 

" Seth C. lightning rods, h. 5 Arthur 

" Stewart G. shoe cutter, b. 12 Edwin 

" William D, machine operator, h. 97 N. Broadway 

" William E. packing foreman, 48 Wash. h. 5 Coral 
Averill Benjamin C. leather roller, rms. 15 Walnut 

" Lillie T. house 150 Essex 
Avery Arthur L. supt. 120 Washington, h. 5 Clinton 

" Frank A. J. asst. ticket agent, Haverhill station, h. 15 
Bartlett 

" Fred E. clerk, 76 Winter, h. 12 Seventh ave. 

" Nellie Mrs. h. 4 Worthen pi. 

" William F. shoemaker, b. 65 Water 
Ayer Annie H. shoe stitcher, h. 120 Winter 

" Anson B. box maker, h. Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont 

" A. Harrison, shoemaker, h. 3 Cypress 

" Caroline M. widow of Hazen, h. 8 Auburn 

" Catherine, widow of Richard G. h. 4 Ayer 

" Edward H. foreman, 36 Wingate, h. 3 Tenth ave. 

" Forrest, clerk, b. Anson B. Ayer's [Pecker 

" Harry E. clerk, 36 Wash, stationery, 149 do. bds. 48 

" James, foreman, 357 River, h. 491 Washington 

" John Hazen, shoemaker, h. 381 Kenoza 

" Lindsey, shoemaker, h. 50 Auburn 

" M. Lettie, h. 3 Tenth ave. 

" Sarah, widow of Richard H. h. 22 Newcomb 

" Sarah S. widow of Amos H. h. 372 Washington 

" Susan E. widow of George, h. 106 Main 

" Walter, salesman, 270 River, h. 41 White 

" William M. blacksmith, h. 180 Water 
Ayers Charles S. carpenter, b. 8 Auburn 

" David J. Rev. rector, Trinity church, h. 6 William 

BABB EDWIN D. stock fitter, h. 6 Locke, Br. 

Babcock Alden, restaurant, 71 Wash. rms. 25 Wash. ave. 
" Charles F. foreman, 17 Locust, rms. 59 Main 
" Frank D. reporter, Review and Record, B. h. 22 Nichols 



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Babcock Kate Mrs. h. 22 Nichols 
Babin Mary E. widow of Alexander, h. 15 William 
Babobian George, morocco worker, h. r. 15 High 
Bachelder Betsy M. widow of David, h. 16 Walnut 

" Carl B. bookkeeper, b. 2 Spring 

" Ella F. h. 16 Walnut 

" G. Edwin Mrs. h. 36 White 

" Herbert B. foreman, 128 Wash. h. 86 Howard 

" Minnie A. Mrs. lodging house, 2 Spring 

" see Batchelder 
Bacigalupo Pierre, shoemaker, h. 222 Wash. 
Backmann Matthias, cigar maker, rms. 169 Wash. 
Badger Milton, farm hand, b. 232 Salem, Br. 

" Wilfred A. bookkeeper, 138 Merrimack, b. 49 How 

" Will C. laster, h. 49 How 
Badmington oeorge, shoemaker, 78 Water, h. 27 School 
Bagan James E. elevator man, h. 206 Winter 
Bagley Addie G. widow of Augustus M. h. 16 White 

" Charles D. beater out, h. 20 Lincoln, Br. 

" Fred, clerk, 76 Merrimack 

" G. Leslie, shoemaker, h. 126% Elm, Br. 

" Hiram A. Mrs. dressmaker, 48 Portland, h. do. 

" Jonathan, wheelwright, h. 8 Locke, Br. 

" Leander C. shoemaker, h. 17 Dover 

" Margaret, widow of William W. h. r. 364^ Wash. 

" Mary A. widow of George W. h. 125^ Elm, Br. 

" Samie E. shoemaker, h. 1 2 Hancock 

" William, shoemaker, h. 127 Elm, Br. 

" William C. manager, at Amesbury, h. 206 Main 
Bagni Antonio, shoemaker, h. 5 Le Blanc 
Bailey Ada C. dressmaker, rms. 64 Pecker 

" Albert, shoemaker, h. 26 Ayer [Nichols 

" Arthur S. (Haverhill Pattern Co.) 62 Wash. h. 43 

" Augusta A. Mrs. boarding house, 63 Locust 

" Charles A. h. r. 30 Pecker 

" Clifton S. student, b. 43 Nichols 

" David D. salesman, 56 Merrimack, h. 31 Golden 

" Eben YV. shoemaker, h. 25 Pleasant 

" Edwin, h. 27 Nichols 

" Eliphalet P. shoe cutter, h. 25 Pecker 

" Etta E. widow of Samuel, h. 47 Kent 

" Eugene, shoemaker, h. 70 Temple 

" Eugenia I. widow of Charles C. h. r. 30 Pecker 

" Fred H. shoemaker, h. 14 Walnut [bury 

" Fred J. (Parsons & Bailey) grocer, 2 Water, h. at New- 

"o"7l.., H. L, TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Sreets. 



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HAVERHILL 66 DIRECTORY 



Bailey Frederick G. shoe cutter, b. W. C. Bailey's, Lake 

" F. Stuart, foreman, 24 Duncan, h. end Eighteenth ave. 

" George, baker, 58 White, b. end Eighteenth ave. 

" George, foreman, 31 Granite, rms. 59 Main 

" George F. h. r. 4 Summit ave. 

" Harold B. clerk, 23 Wash. b. 6 Vine 

" Harriet A. b. 56 Arlington [do. 

" Horace, carpenter and builder, Marsh ave. n. Main, h. 

" John, soles, taps, etc., 67 Wash. h. 118 Main 

" John N. farmer, h. Liberty 

" Marantha L. h. 19 Mechanic 

" Martha J. widow of Nathaniel, h. 31 Vine 

" Mary A. widow of George W. h. Liberty 

" Mary E. widow of Eben, h. 21 Kenoza ave. 

" Mary F. widow, h. 43 Varnum 

" Matthew, farmer, h. N. Broadway, cor. Lake 

" M. Jennie, bookkeeper, 78 Wash. b. 18 Bellevue ave. 

" M. Louisa, h. 31 Vine [Summit ave. 

" Nellie L. Mrs. prin. asst. School st. school, h. 4^ 

" Robert H. shoemaker, h. North ave. bey. Gile 

" Robert H. Jr. clerk, 145 Merrimack, rms. North ave. 
bey. Gile 

" Samuel C. farmer, h. Amesbury rd. next schoolhouse 

" Serena, bookkeeper, Ira J. Webster, rms. 40 Nichols 

" Stanford C. shoe cutter, h. 45 Groveland 

" Thomas H. apothecary, 23 Merrimack, h. 30 Park 

" Thomas S. h. 127 Portland 

" Thomas W. h. Main, R. V. 

" Wallace, shoemaker, h. 14 Eighth ave. 

" Walter S. student, b. 1 18 Main 

" William, clerk, rms. 18 Emerson 

" William C. shoe cutter, h. Lake, n. N. Broadway 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 48 Pecker 

" William M. shoe burnisher, h. 17 Seventh ave. 

" see Bayley [land 

Bailly Emile W. (Pentucket Wood Heel Co.) h. 148 Grove- 
Baird James, shoemaker, h. Wharf lane, R. V. 
Baker Edward S. laborer, h. 6 Currier pi. [ct. W. H. 

" Emma W. widow of Henry, h. Boston rd. cor. Waldo 

" Herbert, shoe finisher, rms. 7 Garden ct. 

" Ira, shoemaker, h. 120 Linwood 

" James, laborer, h. 30 Tohn 

" Jessie A. nurse, h. 38 Vine 

" Lewis, hatter, h. 4 Currier pi. 

" Samuel, edge setter, rms. 25 Merrimack 



HAVERHILL 67 DIRECTORS 



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Baker Theodore, driver, h. 34 Central, Br. 

" Willard H. shoe cutter, b. Emma W. Baker's, W. H. 

" William A. shoemaker, h. 3 New 

" Zebulon, shoemaker, h. 96 Broadway 
Balboni Bros. (Louis Balboni) fruit, 22 Emerson 

" Louis (Balboni Bros.) b. 47 Oak 
Balch Annie P. bookkeeper, 58 White, b. at Groveland 

" Asa A. shipper, 357 River, h. 483 Washington 

" Edward E. clerk, 117 Wash. b. 16 Park 
Baldwin Lottie, shoe worker, b. 34 Grand 
BalkusTohn, h. 121 River 
Ball Charles F. shoemaker, b. 72 Water 

" Frank H. shoe ironer, h. 4 Charles, Br. 

" Harriet S. h. 72 Pecker 

" , h. r. 26 Jackson 

Ballard Frank H. (Ballard & Boynton) h. 34 Brockton ave. 

" & Boynton (Frank H. Ballard and William Boynton) 
stables, 25 Fleet and rear 19 Main, and harness, 24 
Locust 
Balser John O. last maker, h. Fourteenth ave. n. Main 
Bamford Joseph P. spinner, h. 127 Lafayette sq. 

" Matthew J. shoemaker, h. 8J Walnut 

" Mary J. Mrs. h. 175 Water 

" Rose, forewoman, 40 Granite, rms. 53 Main 
Bancroft J. Merritt (Perkins & Bancroft) 47 Merrimack, 

h. 2 St. James, Br. 
Banfield Charles E. b. 186Salem, Br. 

" Charles L. hairdresser, h. 19 Dudley 

" Minnie Mrs. dressmaker, h. 15 Pecker 

" Winslow L. cook, 12 Main, h. 186 Salem, Br. 
Banfill Elwood E. h. 384 Wash. 

" Herbert E. car conductor, b. 384 Wash. 
Bangs Fred P. ins. agt. 191 Merrimack, h. 204 do. 
Banks Enoch R. upholsterer, r. 150 Merrimack, h. end 
Pilling 

" George A. motorman, h. 1 Marion 
Banquis Mike, shoemaker, h. 121 River 
Baraw Arthur G. stenographer, b. 3 Colby, Br. 

" Frank J. (Baraw & Hunt) h. 3 Colby, Br. 
BARAW & HUNT (Frank J. Baraw and Frank N. 
Hunt) livery and boarding stable, 10 Central, Br. 
See page 2 
Barbeau Edward L. barkeeper, 29 Locust, h. 3 Hilldale av. 

" Joseph, carriage painter, h. 10 Kenoza ave. 
Barber Warren J. carpenter, h. Broadway, A. V. 



IBM S. COLE, 



PAINTING, PAPER HANGING 
= AND WHITENING.= 

Residence, 4 KiiDall Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



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Barbrick Perley, heel maker, h. 38 Oak 

" Walter, gardener, 10 Summer, rms. 38 Oak 

" Wesley, laborer, b. 10 How 
Bard Charles S. veterinary, Buena Vista Hotel, W. H. h. do. 
Barker Catherine, stitcher, rms. 157 Winter 

" Charles, clerk, b. 25 Howard 

" Edwin H.foreman,H. &3. N. H. st. Ry. rms. 110 Main 

" Harry S. clerk, 2 Merrimack, b. 25 Howard 

" James, rms. Aetna Hotel 

" Orin S. fireman, h. 25 Howard 

" Thomas, shoe packer, b. 173 Hilldale ave. 
Barnaby Victor, shoemaker, h. 145 Elm, Br. 
Barnard Isaac A. h. 8 Central, Br. 

" Jessie M. stenographer, 3 W T ater, rms. 9 Portland 

" William F. shoemaker, h. Plaistow rd. R. V. 
Barnes Aaron T. Goodyear operator, rms. 56 Pecker 

" Ann M. dressmaker, b. 60 Portland 

" B. Frank, farmer and milk, 200 Boardman, h. do. 

" Edgar, shoe cutter, h. 10 Temple 

" Mabel D. teacher, Peabody school, b. 200 Boardman 

" N. Eugene, clerk, 134 Merrimack, rms. 8 Vine 

" Samuel, clerk, b. 60 Portland 

" Sarah Mrs. h. 60 Portland [man 

" Sarah B. teacher, Geo. Cogswell school, b. 200 Board- 
Barnett Margaret C. clerk, 31 Wash. h. 10 School 
Barney Mary J. widow of Horace, h. 317 Washington 

" Susie M. milliner, 48 Merrimack, b. 317 Washington 
Barnum Helen L. paper box maker, h. 22 Bartlett 

" M. Louisa, widow of William T. h. 22 Bartlett 
Barre Peter, h. 23 Duncan 
Barrett Charles L. foreman, Granite, h. 62 Brockton ave. 

" David F. gardener, h. 14 Elm 

" Dennis, shoemaker, h. 4 Central, Br. 

" James, clerk, 97 River, h. 12 Essex 

" John, laborer, h. 59 Fifth ave. 

" John, stone cutter, rms. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" John F. hairdresser, 9 Wash. h. 5 do. 

" John F. shoemaker, b. 59 Fifth ave. 

" Joseph, clerk, 4 Locust, b. 143 Elm, Br. 

" Margaret, bookkeeper, 55 Fifth ave. b. 59 do. 

" Mary E. milliner, 42 Merrimack, b. 143 Elm, Br. 

" Michael J. police, b. 59 Fifth ave. 

" Richard, cigar maker, 4 Locust, b. 143 Elm, Br. 

" Robert S. clerk, b. 59 Fifth ave. 

4t William, shoemaker, h. 227 Winter 



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Barron Belle, bookkeeper, 41 Locust, b. 37 Mechanic 
" Catherine, wid. of John, h. Amesbury rd. c. Kenoza av. 
" John, driver, h. 27 Dover 
" Morgan, ins. agt. h. 20 York 
" Patrick, coachman, 80 Kenoza ave. b. do. 
" Thomas, clerk, h. 37 Mechanic 

Barrow Edward Rev. pastor, Zion Cong. h. 44 Dudley 

Barrows Agnes E. widow of Freeman, h. 25 Park 
" Albert C. apothecary, 22 Main, h. 10 Park 
" Alfred C. draughtsman, b. 85 Arlington 
" Alice Mrs. h. 50 Winter 

" Charles A. shoemaker, h. 25 White [h. do. 

" Emma F. widow of Rev. Oscar W. artist, 85 Arlington, 
" Fidelia, widow of Gilman S. h. 5 Newell 
" Frank L. student, b. 25 White 
" Frank M. clerk, 20 Merrimack, h. 3 Park ave. Br. 
" Gertrude A. stenographer, 77 Merrimack, b. 25 Park 
". Hudson A. shoe cutter, h. 17 How 
" Leon D. picture framer, rms. 85 Arlington 
" Maud, clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 50 Winter 
" Silas L. heel shaver, h. 168 Main 
" Theodore H. clerk, 114 Washington, b. 85 Arlington 
" Wesley E. rms. 85 Arlington JSjJ 

Barry Bernard A. marble cutter, h. 29 Carleton ave. Br. ^g 
" Bridget, widow of Edward, h. 23 Grove "™| 

" Catherine, widow of John M. h. 117 Main 3B 

" Edward H. liq5ors, 32 Water, b. 66 Emerson gM| 

" Frances, stitcher, b. 8 Dexter ^J 

"■ George, painter, 38 Main, rms. 41 Water J"* 

" James, stock fitter, h. 57 Cedar 

" John E. teamster, 142 Essex, b. 117 Main r 

" Louise J. bookkeeper, 155 Wash, b- 5 Shepherd g H 

" Margaret C. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 117 Main g * 

" Mary, seamstress, 76 Merrimack, h. at Merrimac 
" Mary, widow of John, h. 8 Dexter * 2 

" Matthew W. shoe stitcher, h. 114 Essex > Z 

" Patrick, sole cutter, b. 135 Franklin g JJJ 

" Peter, laborer, h. 125 Franklin — ^ 

" Richard, printer, 29 Wingate, b. 11 How z 

" Susan E. widow of Michael J. h. 28 Seventh ave. X*0 



" Thomas (West & Barry) 11 Merrimack, h. 90 Cedar n c 
" Thomas Jr. shoemaker, b. 135 Franklin 
" Thomas E. fish market, 155 Washington, J 
" Thomas J. h. 135 Franklin 
Barth Charles R. shoe finisher, h. 3 Le Blanc 



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Bartlett Ada F. teacher, J. C. Tilton school, h. 511 Wash. 
" Albert L. author, h. 513 Washington 
" Almira W. widow of George W. h. 1 Summit ave. 
" Anna A. confectionery, h. 35 Merrimack 
" Bradbury C. h. 20 Davenport 

" Bros. (Henry F. and Hayden S.) soles, etc. 5 Potter pi. 
" Cora M. dressmaker, Winona av. opp. Sagamore, h. do. 
" David G. farmer, h. 223 Main, Br. 
" Dudley L. b. 105 Millvale rd. 
" Edgar S. laster, h. 19 Ashland 

" Effie F. Mrs. prop. Hotel Bartlett, 59 Main, h. do. 
" Elizabeth A. bookkeeper, 171 Wash. b. 56 Pecker 
" Emma A. clerk, 8 Bridge, b. 8 Ford 
" Eunice D. Mrs. shoe stitcher, h. 8 Ford 
" Frank A. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, h. 12 Charles 
" George D. engineer, Millvale pumping station, h. 105 

Millvale rd. 
" George H. h. r. 315 Washington 
" George W. shoemaker, h. 19 Temple 
" George W. shoe cutter, b. 8 South 
" George W. W. photographer, h. 1 Summit ave. 
M Grace, widow of Charles, h. 164 Winter 
" Harriet E. teacher, Crowell school, b. 14 Park 
" Harry J. salesman, 49 Merrimack, b. 105 Millvale rd. 
" Harry S. b. 19 Ashland 
" Hattie Mrs. h. 19 Ashland 

" Hayden S. (Bartlett Bros.) 5 Potter pi. b. 46 Franklin 
" Henry F. (Bartlett Bros.) 5 Potter pi. b. 46 Franklin 
" Herbert F. shoemoker, h. 7 Warren 
" Irving J. heel trimmer, h. 78 Fountain 
" Isabel, asst. River ^t. kindergarten, b. 19 Summer 
" James C. shoe cut.^r, h. 29 Minot ave. 
" J. Everett, clerk, 57 Washington, b. 4 Arch pi. 
" Levi D. laster, h. 208 Groveland 
" Martha J. h. 15 Kenoza ave. 
" Mary S. teacher, High school, h. 1 Summit ave. 
" Mira W. teacher, High school, h. 1 Summit ave. 
BARTLETT NATHANIEL C. lawyer, 47 Merri 
mack, and 209 Wash. B. h. 39 Lancaster. See 
page 806 

Nellie^Mrs. h. 2 Arch pi. 

Sally F. widow of Richard, b. 69 How 

Sarah J. widow of James C. h. 104 Emerson 

Stephen A. h. 46 Franklin 

Stephen D. shoemaker, h. 1 Van Buren 



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Bartlett S. Elizabeth, cierk, 365 River, b. 8 Ford [do- 

" Thomas B. storage and real estate, 35 Lancaster, h. 39 

" Walter C. laster, h. 4 Water 
BARTLETT W. STILLMAN, lawyer, 174 Merri- 
mack, h. 8 Hazeltine, Br. See p. 805 
Bartley Paris R. janitor, Pentucket Club, h. Main, c. Sum- 
mer 
Barton Lydia, widow of William, h. 51 Spruce 

" Reuben J. teamster, 85 Water, h. 2 Moore 
Basiliere Albert, shoemaker, b. 245 Winter 

" Alexander L. carpenter, h. 25 Hillside 

" George, shoemaker, h. 245 Winter 

" George U. shoemaker, h. 34 Bellevue ave. 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 1 1 High 

" Ludger H. clerk, 246 Essex, h. 90 Bellevue ave. 
Baso Joseph, variety store, 229 Wash. h. do. 
Bass Maria L. h. 84 Groveland 

" Sarah A. h. 84 Groveland 

" William L. heel cutter, h. 20 Dudley 
Bassani Angelo, mason, h. 8 Le Blanc 

" Charlie, bricklayer, h. 60 River 
Bassett Amos H. shoemaker, h. 68 Sixth ave. 

" Cora M. stitcher, rms. 241 Washington 

" Daniel, shoemaker, b. 1 Beacon [lington 

" David W. parcel delivery, 87 Merrimack, h. 83 Ar- 

" Edward H. boxmaker, h. Maynard ave. Br. 

" Fred, shoemaker, b. 1 Beacon 

" George, shoemaker, rms. 33 Cedar 

" James G. grafter and pruner, h. 75 Portland 

" Minnie M. bookkeeper, 122 Emerson, rms. 7 Charles 

" Nelson, laster, b. 1 Beacon 

" Seth C. ins. 26 Merrimack, h. 84 Arlington 

" Wilbur, heel cutter, h. 1 Beacon ,J? 
Bastien Adelord, stock fitter, h. 322 River 
Baston Emma F. widow of William C. h. 97 Broadway 

" Fred H. shoemaker, b. 97 Broadway 

" John, shoemaker, b. 11 Tenth ave. 
Batchelder Alma, widow of Hiram, h. 85 Cedar 

" Amos M. hostler, 10 Stage, h. 71 Water 

" Anna B. h. 78 How 

" Arthur N. painter, rms 132 Winter [Locust 

" Bros. (William T. and Charles H.) hay, grain, etc. 42 

" Caroline A. widow of Samuel, H. h. 21 Oak 

" Charles H. (Batchelder Bros.) 42 Locust rms. 48 do. 

" Edward I. jeweler, at Lowell, b. 40 Green 




Business and Shorth and, >j> h0 ne us for office nei P . 



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Batchelder Emma A. Mrs. h. 14 Franklin 

" Express Co. A. R. Gerry, prop, office B. & M. baggage 
room, Haverhill sta. 

« Fannie A. widow of Jenvin, h. 9 Maxwell 

" Frank, shoemaker, rms. 19 White 

«' Frank L. salesman, 42 Merrimack 

<' Frank VV. shoemaker, h. 7 Garden ct. 

<" George C. h. 81 Winter 

(' George F. shoemaker, h. 18 Park 

i l Gerald G. wood, r. 114 Portland, h. 50 Auburn 

t' Harris W. jeweler, b. 40 Green 

i* Henry, shoe cutter, b. 85 Cedar 

(' Herbert L. engineer, Sanders pi. h. 19 N. H. ave.Br. 

i' John S. jeweler, 35 Merrimack, h. 10 Howard 
1 J. Frank, clerk, rms. 50 Winter 
BATCHELDER J. FRANK, lawyer and notary, 
212 Merrimack, rra. 1, h. 17 Summer. See p. 805 

" Kate A. widow of William, S. h. 45 Groveland 

" Lizzie Mrs. shoe worker, rms. 14 Walnut 

" Lucy G. widow of Samuel, b. 7 Hazeltine, Br. 

" Lyman J. wood working, 22 Pleasant, h. 10 W'arren 

" Maria A, widow of John, h. 78 How 

" Maud, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 14 Franklin 

" O. Thomas, h. Main, bey. High, Br. 

" Sarah B. h. 4 Observatory ave. 

" Sarah E. widow of John W. h. 81 Winter 

" William, shoe worker, h. 66Q Washington 

" William J. metal engraver, 40 Green, h. do. 

" William T. (Batchelder Bros.) h. 73 Portland 

" , h. 68 Main, Br. 

" see Bachelder 
Bates Alice I. Mrs. teacher piano, 30 Pleasant, Br. h. do. 

" F. Caroline, h. 2 Newell 
BATES JAMES C. watches, jewelry, etc. 130 Merri- 
mack, h. 2 Newell. See opp. 

" John E. marble cutter, h. 15 Orchard 

" William H. shoe cutter, h. 30 Pleasant, Br. 
Batson Thomas E. O. laster, h. 3 Auburn 
Battles D. Frank, shoe cutter, rms. 40 Pecker 

" George F. laster, h. 24 Locke, Br. 
Baxter Charles H. teamster, h. 125 Golden Hill ave. 

" Charles R. hatter, h. 4 Varnum 

" George D. foreman lineman, 161 Water, h. 63 Vestry 

" Henry S. shoe trimmer, h. 23 White 

" Louise, stitcher, rms. 23 White 






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130 MERRIMACK STREET, HAVERHILL. 

Special attention given to repairing Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

N. SPOFFORD, 

SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER, 

FORMERLY SUREYOR FOR MiSSACHDSETTS. 

Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont Boundary Line Survey. 

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Baxter Robert, painter, h. 94 Keeley 

Bayley Mary M. widow of Clarence R. h. 136 Cedar 

" Warren C. dentist, 3 Wash. sq. b. 136 Cedar 

" see Bailey [leather, 74 Wash. 

Bay State Leather Remnant Co. (H. S. & M. W. Snyder) 
Bazin, Adelard, physician, 46 Lafayette sq. h. do. 

" Adelard, Jr. clerk, 46 Lafayette sq. 

" Edmond (Dorion & Bazin) druggist, 42 Lafayette sq. 
bds. 46 do. 

" Irving E. gen. mngr. Beach Soap Co. h. at Lawrence 
Beach Archie A. Goodyear stitcher, h. 3 Beacon. 

" Soap Co. (incorp.) soap mnfrs. Water, cor. Mill 
BEAL. BROS. (Fred C. Beal) dye house and cleans- 
ing works, rear 76 Merrimack, works, 58 Fleet. 
See page 825 

" Charles W. beater out, h. 6 Victoria ct. 

" Frank A. shoemaker, h. 209 Groveland [ant, Br. 

" Fred C. (Beal Bros.) rear 76 Merrimack, h. 33 Pleas- 

" John D. foreman, rear 98 Wash. h. 209 Groveland 

" Lizzie J. Mrs. nurse, h. 207 Groveland 

" Maynard J. dyer, r. 76 Merrimack, h. 42 Warren, Br. 

" Willard E. engineer, engine No. 2, h. 127 High 
Bean Albert M. h. 6 Central ave. Br. 

" Andrew, city laborer, rms. 49 Wash. ave. 

" Andrew, teamster, 218 River, rms. 32 Washington ave. 

" Anna F. widow of Irving T. h. 25 Hancock 

" Annette, asst. bookkeeper, Ira J. Webster, b. 53 Grove 

" Arthur W. shoemaker, h. 53 Grove 

" Charles W. driver, 23 Hale, b. 17 River, Br. 

" Dummer B. (D. B. Bean & Co.) coal, etc. 198J 
Merrimack and 175 Washington, h. 45 Arch 
BEA1V D. B. & CO. (Dummer B. Bean and Mrs. 
Rankin Watson) coal, etc. 198 J Merrimack and 
175 Washington. See p. 821 

" Edith, compositor, 37 Wash. rms. 107 Winter 

" Edward, foreman, h. Amesbury rd. Nicholsville 

" Eldridge G. shoemaker, h. 9 Hale 

" Emma, clerk, C. K. Fox, b. Crystal ave. 

" Ernest, bds. John A. Bean's, N. Broadway 

" Frank C. clerk, P. O. rms. Ill Winter 

" Frank P. salesman, h. 57 Pleasant, Br. 

" George, teamster, h. 77 Bellevue ave. 

" George A., McKay stitcher, h. 98 Prospect, Br. 

" George W. shoemaker, h. 21 Kimball, Br. 

" Grace K. widow of Harry E. h. 88 North ave. 



coXi° F H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



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Bean Hervey A. teamster, b. 86 Water 

" Ida S. Mrs. lodging house, 174 Merrimack 

" Idella M. Mrs. bookkeeper, 18 Winter, h. 4 Lincoln 

" James H. (J. H. Bean & Co.) h. 82 Cedar 

" Joe W. shoemaker, h. 49 Bradford ave. Br. 

" John A. farmer, h. N. Broadway, bey. Crystal 

" John F. shoemaker, h. 63 Pilling 

" John H. h. Crystal, Ayers Village 
BEAN JOHN WILLIAM, provisions, 18 Winter, 
h. 4 Lincoln. See back cover 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 33 Hilldale ave. 

" J. H. & Co. (James H. Bean and John C. Dinsmore) 
liquors, 17 to 21 Water 

11 Lafayette, shoemaker, h. 14 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Lillian G. bookkeeper, 31 Granite, b. 9 Brockton ave. 

" Lucy A. nurse, rms. 50 Pleasant, Br. 

" Mehitable J. widow of John P. h. 157 Winter 

" Moses C. shoemaker, rms. 174 Merrimack 

" Samuel H. shoe cutter, rms. 72 Winter [Yeaton pi. 

Bearce Isaac V. cigars and tobacco, 147 Wash. h. 1 

" Luther M. clerk, 41 Main, h. 45 Pleasant, Br. 

" William P. clerk, 147 Washington, b. 1 Yeaton pi. 
Beardsley Edward G. hatter, rms 356b Washington 

" Olive Etta, nurse, h. 62 Wash. ave. 

" Warren, shoe mnfr. 54 Washington, h. 47 Kenoza ave. 

" Winfield S. shoemaker, h. 53 Auburn 
Beatty Emma W. h. 22 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Letitia, shoe stitcher, h. 22 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Margaret, widow of James, h. 33 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Patrick, iceman, h. 7 John 

" William, shoemaker, rms. 242 Wash. 
Beaubien Joseph, shoemaker, h. 27 Dover 
Beauchamp Edmond J. heeler, b. 14 Henry 

" Mary Mrs. h. 14 Henry 

" William, machine oper. b. 14 Henry 
Beauchemin Evariste, grocer, 46 Locke, h. do. 

" Henry A. cashier, 113 Wash. h. 44 Locke 

" Walter J. clerk, 113 Wash. b. 53 Wash. ave. 
Beaudet Archille, restaurant, 9 Granite, h. do. 

" Emille, waiter, 9 Granite, b. do. 
Beaudette Alice, widow of Edward H. h. 18 Green 

" Peter, slater, h. 12 Primrose 

" see Burdett 
Beaudoin Joseph, clerk, 16 Emerson, b. 46 Sheridan 
" J. Florido, morocco worker, h. 2M Winter 



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Beaudoin Oliver, heel cutter, h. 251 Winter 
Beaudry Arthur, shoemaker, h. 23 Oak terrace 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 29 Oak terrace 

" Louis, shoemaker, b. 23 Oak terrace 

" see Boudreau 
Beaulieu John, blacksmith, 22 Walnut, h. 17 Hall 
Beauparlant John B. shoemaker, h. 11 Federal 
Beauregard Amie, shoemaker, h. 30 Hilldale ave. 

" Joseph, farmer, h. Whittier rd. n. Amesbury rd. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 4 Granville 
Beausoliel Delia, widow of Oliver, h. 293 River 
Beauvais Adrien, liquors, 27 and 29 Lafayette sq. h, 80 
Bellevue ave. 

" Alfred E. laster, h. 51 Harrison 

" Benjamin D. hand sewer, h. 16 Lewis 

" George, shoemaker, h. 45 Greenville 

" Henry W. shoemaker, h. 16 Lewis 
Becket John R. Jr. machinist, h. 16 Byron, Br. 
Beckman Frank E. agent, 114 Wash. h. 6 Freeman 
Bedell Carrie M. widow of James, b. 16 Ferry, Br. 

" Fred, lumber surveyor, b. 69 Main, Br. 
Beede Edward S. driver, h. 7 Federal 

" John M. shoemaker, h. 89 Water 
Behan Edward, bricklayer, b. 12 Garden ct. 

" Emma, widow of John, b. 12 Garden ct. 

" Margaret, widow of Edward, h. 12 Garden ct. 

" Mary J. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 12 Garden ct. 

" M. Alice, clerk, 356 River, b. 8 Union 

" William, plasterer, h. 8 Union 
Behr Maria B. widow of Frank A. b. 36 Dudley 
Belanger Clovis E. clerk, 6 Wingate, b. 27 Seventh ave. 

" Exe (mngr.) shoes tools and findings, 6 Wingate, and 
paste and blackings, 26 do. b. 27 Seventh ave. 

" Felix, shoemaker, h. 77 Essex 

" Frank, relaster, h. Maurice 

" Frederick M. salesman, 221 Essex, b. 68 Lafayette sq. 

" Henry, wholesale flour and produce, 221 Essex 

" Henry E. clerk, 221 Essex, h. 68 Lafayette sq. 

" Ida M. widow of Henry, h. 68 Lafayette sq. 

" Julia G. Mrs. h. 106 Locust 

" Louise, widow of Paul, h. 63 Locke 

" Raymond M. salesman, b. 68 Lafayette sq. 

" Stanislas, h. \y 2 Hale 
Belden George H. shoemaker, b. 14 Moore 

" Zachary T. carriagesmith, h. 14 Moore 

\ nni iTcARPENTER AND BUILDER 
U. UUJjL, milling and general repairing 

Old Sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



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Belger Edward H. 7 Water, B. h. 37 Chestnut 
Belky Peter, grocer, 115 River, h. 125 do. 
Bell Alsemena Mrs. b. 119 Main 

" Bessie, dressmaker, b. 65 Howard 

" Charles F. wood worker, 10 Pleasant, b. 39 Locke, Br. 

" Florence, seamstress, b. 36 White 

" John W. h. 596 Washington 

" Morris, shoemaker, h. 23 Ayer 

" William B. car conductor, h. 39 Locke, Br. 
Bellamy William W. house physician, Hale hospital, b. do. 
Belland Fred D. shoemaker, h. 21 Hancock 
Bellefeuille Armand J. shoemaker, b. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" Arthur C. edge setter, b. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" Edward, baker, rms. 247 Essex 

" Emile A. shoemaker, b. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" Euchariste, h. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont 
Belliveau Dennis, driver, People's Ice Co. Concord, rms. do. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 13 Bateman 
Belmer Charles G. (Briggs-Belmer Edge Tool Co.) shoe 

machinery, 50 Phoenix row, h. 9 Blaisdell 
Belthrow Mattie, widow of Charles, b. r. 21 Main 
Bemis Fred L. skiver, b. 170 Winter 

" George H. shoe cutter, h. 309 E. Broadway 

" George N. shoemaker, h. 170 Winter 

" Nelson F. spinner, b. 170 Winter 
Benack Frank, nailer on, b. 6 Murray ct. 
Benard Dina Mrs. h. 3 Granville 

" Theo. L. foreman, packing, 365 River, h. 450 do. 
Bencordo John (Bensaia & Bencordo) h. 98 Locke 

" Joseph, hairdresser, h. 98 Locke 
Benjamin Aaron, lunch, 185 £ Merrimack, h. 189 do. 
Benner Ernest W. engineer, 356 River, h. 2 Marble 
Bennett Bert shoemaker, rms. 1 White 

" Emily F. Mrs. dressmaker, 72J Main, h. do. 

" Frances S. h. 82 Arlington 

" Frank M. farm hand, b. 35 Lincoln ave. 

" Fred L. Goodyear operator, h. 42 Park, Br. 

" George, shoemaker, h. 21 Walnut 

" Herbert, driver, 88 Wash. b. 12 Lewis 

" Jeremiah W. (Bennett & Co.) h. 46 Groveland 

" John N. collector, 38 Emerson, h. 318 Water 

" O/ville F. plumber, h. 1 Davis pi. 

" Percy R. clerk, 97 Merrimack, b. 42 Park, Br. 

" Peter, McKay operator, h. 48 High 



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Bennett Peter, shoe stitcher, h. 2? Arch ave. 

" William C. (W. B. Bennett & Co.) h. 30 Magnolia ave. 

" W. C. & Co. (William C. Bennett and Frank White) 

plumbers, 38 Emerson Tshoes, 18 Merrimack 

" & Co. (Jeremiah W. Bennett and Fred D. McGregor) 

Benoit Jean, shoemaker, rms. 157 Winter 
" Jules, shoemaker, h. 41 Moore 
" Jules Jr. shoemaker, b. 41 Moore 
" Leandre Mrs. h. 201 Water 

" Mary J. Mrs. h. 25 Kent ^^ 

" William, h. 4 Cliff gj 

" see Bennett 1ft 

Bensaia Antonio, (Bensaia & Bencordo) h. 86 Locke 

" Frank P. hairdresser, 67 Essex, h. 1 May ^1 

" & Bencordo (Antonio Bensaia and John Bencordo) gfiv 

hairdresser, 4 Emerson "^ 

Bensley Henry, dresser, h. 76 Fifteenth ave. f" 

Benson Alice M. and Ida M. b. 3 Summer, Br. C9 

" Charles S. physician, 50 Merrimack, h. 39 Summer £99 
" Perley H. shoe cutter, b. 53 Pilling "^ 

" Samuel D. gardener, h. 215 Water Jj"j 

" William H. clerk, 159 Winter, rms. 126 do. SS 

Bentley Ernest W. prin. Walnut sq. school, b. 10 Lake G 

View ave. CJ 

" James, clerk, 58 White, b. 24 Fourth ave. gg£ 

Berenson Morris, rags, h. 87 River — 

Berg Charles F. hairdresser, 169 Merrimack, h. 4 Kent MSm 

Berger Charles, b. Wilson, opp. Hall ^^ 

" Harry, notions, b. Wilson, opp. Hall J™]J 

" Moses, teamster, 21 8 River, h. Wilson, opp. Hall J^ 

Bergeron Hilda Mrs. dressmaker, 16 Merrimack, h. do. 

" John R. tailor, 16 Main, h. 16 Merrimack r 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 269 Wash. C H 

" J. Damien, shoemaker, h. 17 Kent 5 X 

" J. Moise, Goodyear welter, b. 41 Bellevue ave. m 

" J. Wilfred, rand tacker, b. 41 Bellevue ave. * 23 

" Michael, carpenter, h. 41 Bellevue ave. J* 2 

" Michael Jr. shoemaker, h. 32 Mt. Dustin ave. SJ HI 

Berghaus William G. clerk, 6 Essex, rms. Merrimack 2 2 

Berisso Carrie, widow, h. 50 River 2 
" James F. clerk, 5 Water, b. 3 do. [ave. *g 

Bernard Albert, grocer, 5 Monument sq. h. 39 Brockton m g 

" Leonard, h. 201 Water 2} " 

" Theodore, shoe dresser, h. 5 Lafayette, Br. > m 

Bernier Lawrence, carpenter, h. 22 Hillside Jq Q 



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Berror Celina, widow, b. 43 Hilldale ave. 

" Margaret Mrs. h. 21 Arch ave. 
Berry Ada B. prin. asst. Currier school, h. 272 Wash. 

" Edward, lineman, b. 119 Emerson [cemetery 

" Edward A. harness oil, h. Hilldale ave. beyond the 

" Edward F. iaster, h. 16 Pecker 

" Eliphalet C. shoemaker, h. 163 Winter 

" Florence, asst. bookkeeper, 70 Wash. b. 163 Winter 

" James O. shoemaker, h. 13 Grove 

" John M. foreman, h. 294 Wash. 

" J. Norris, trav. salesman, h. 52 Merrimack 

" Marcellus D. trav. salesman, h. 21 Salem, Br. 

" Mary L. bookkeeper, 186 Merrimack, h. 23 Pleasant 

" Michael T. shoemaker, h. 14 Hancock 

" Sarah B. widow of Stephen, h. 23 Pleasant 
Berryman Florence, clerk, b. 51 Kent 
Bersner Abraham, canvasser, b. 34 Hancock 
Bertsch Russell W. (Lang & Bertsch) shoe mnfrs. 128 

Wash. h. 41 Park 
Berube Henry, shoe ironer, rms. 84 Temple 

" J. Mina, bookkeeper, 30 Wash. sq. rms. 169 Wash. 

" Louis N. Iaster, h. 169 Washington 
Bessette Arsene, provisions, 16 Emerson, h. 46 Sheridan 
Bessey Rollin H. (Laing & Bessey) 60 Merrimack, h. at 

Georgetown 
Bestick Nora, widow of Timothy F. h. 28 Maple 
Betournay Julien, shoemaker, h. 228 River 
Betts Andrew, laborer, h. 33 Ashland 

" James, shoemaker, b. 6 Varnum 

" Rose, widow of Benjamin J. h. 6 Varnum 
Beveridge Sarah, widow, h. N. Broadway, c. Vale 
Bevilacqua John, fruit, 75 Main, Br. h. 40 Main 

" Luigi, shoemaker, h. 267 Wash. 

" Stephen, clerk, 75 Main, Br. b. 40 Main 

" Vincenzo, shoemaker, h. 34 Water 
Bezanson Nathan, farmer, h. Lake, near Broadway 
Bibeau Napoleon, teamster, h. 8 High 

" Omer J. shoemaker, h. 6 Federal 
Bibiane L. tel. oper. b. 27 Vine 

Bicaco James, shoemaker, h. 4 Maxwell [Kenoza 

Bickell George W. horse shoer, 19 and 21 Court, house 57 

" Grantley W. inspector of animals and milk, and veteri- 
nary, r. 19 Main, h. 62 Sixth ave. 
Bickford Charles A. motorman, h. 11 Proctor 

" Cyrus L. h. 23 Bartlett 



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Bickford Edwin M. hackman, h. 28 Auburn 

" George E. shoemaker, h. Albert 

" Sarah A. widow, h. 28 Auburn 
Bickum Benjamin F. (B. F. Bickum & Co.) rooms 44 
Pleasant, Br. 

" B. F. & Co. (Benjamin F. Bickum and Henry W. 
Boynton) heels, 29 Sanders place 

" Charles E. upholsterer, b. Fifteenth ave. 

« Charles I. druggist, 1 1 Water, h, 59 Main 

" Dorothy (Abbie Woodman & Co.) 126 Merrimack, 
rms. 49 Pecker 

u Harold S. clerk, h. 36 North 

" Harry W. shoemaker, h. Corliss Hill rd. 

" Herbert W. clerk, 37 Washington, h. 114 Cedar 

" Jacob W. shoe cutter, h. Fifteenth ave. 

" William L. shoe cutter, h. 65 Kenoza ave. 
Bienvenue Anatole, carpenter, h. 48 Willie 
Bigelow Alfred G. shoe cutter, h. 49 Washington ave. 

" Charles H. clerk, 171 Wash. h. 12 Florence ave. 

" Herbert C. clerk, 333 Wash. b. 12 Florence ave. 

" Lena, clerk, 206 Merrimack, b. 69 Kenoza ave. 
Biggar Alice E. bookkeeper, r. 20 Phoenix row, house at 
Lawrence 

" James P. shoe cutter, h. 17 Sixth ave. [R. V. 

Billings Charles E. shoemaker, b. Geo. W. Wilson's. Main, 

" George V. shoemaker, h. 188 Groveland 
Billson Sarah T. widow of John, h. 1 2 Ford 
Bilodeau Arthur G. box maker, h. 67 Summer 

" John, mate, steamer Merrimack, rms. 20 How 

" Onesime, shoemaker, 61% Locust, h. 98 Locke 

" Philip, cutter, b. 98 Locke 

" Wilfred, laster, h. 78 Lafayette sq. 
Bird Frank R. (F. R. Bird & Co.) h. at Canton 

" F. R. & Co. (Frank R. Bird) patent leather and tips, 
29 Railroad sq. 

" James, leather roller, rms. 33 Emerson 

" Sarah S. widow of James H. h. 22 Chestnut. Br. 
Birmingham John W. overseer, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. 
b. 14 Lewis 

" Margaret A. widow of John, h. 16 Lewis 

" Thomas G. overseer, b. 16 Lewis 
Biron Alfred, hairdresser, h. 20 Lafayette sq. 

" Pierre, hairdresser, 74 Essex, h. 78 Lafayette sq. 
Bisbee Charles F. farmer, h. off Boston rd. n. Andover 
line, W. H. 




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Bishop Adilord, shoemaker, b. 36 Mill 

" Alexander, shoemaker, b. 36 Mill 

" Allen, shoemaker, h. Seventeenth ave. 

" Charles, shoemaker, b. 36 Mill 

" Charles W. fore, stock fitter, 357 River, h. 3 Marion 

" Edward, driver, 37 Emerson, b. 36 Mill 

" Edward B. county com. h. 7 Nichols 

" Edward B. Jr. bow cutter, b. 7 Nichols 

" Edward E. Jr. painter, b. 377 Main 

" Emma A. widow of Edward E. h. 377 Main 

" John, teamster, h. Maurice 

" Mary Ann, widow of Salome, h. 36 Mill 

" William, shoemaker, h. 72 How 
Bissonnette Joseph, shoemaker, h. 44 High 

" Joseph Mrs. h. 44 High 
Bixby Andrew R. laborer, h. 13 Fourth ave. 

" Carl S. bookkeeper, r. 26 Phoenix row, h. 21 Sheridan 

" Charles, laborer, h. 81 Merrimac, Br. 

" Charles F. sole sorter, h. 17 N. H. ave. Br. 

" Chester W. shoe cutter, b. 127 Hilldale ave. 

" Frank, driver, h. 15 Dover 

" George H. (William E. Bixby &Co.j h. 6 Lake View av. 

" Jay M. weaver, b. 5 Hale 

" John P. h. 127 Hilldale ave. [ave. 

" William E. (William E. Bixby & Co.) h. 18 Lake View 

" William E. & Co. (William E. and George H. Bixby) 
leather board and soles, r. 26 Phoenix row 
Black Florence, h. 1 Elm pi. 

" Fred, laster, h. 61 Adams 

" Richard, laborer, h. 59 Lowell ave. 

" Sarah J. lodging house, 25 How 
Blackburn Annie, clerk, 145 Merrimack, b. at Groveland 

" Bertha P. widow, b. 59 Washington ave. 
Blackwell Evander S. shoemaker, h. 5 Bartlett ave. 
Blagdon John, teamster, b. 4 Brooks, Br. 
Blair Athel G. farmer, h. Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont 

" George I. clerk, 76 Merrimack, rms. 91 Main 

" Joseph N. heel cutter, h. 40 High [h. do. 

" Robert, farmer and milkman, N. Broadway, n. Vale, 
Blaisdell Albert B. (A. B. Blaisdell & Co.) h. 265 Main 

" Alice I. h. 24 Saltonstall road 

" A. B. &Co. (Albert B. Blaisdell and Charles H. Hayes) 
clothing and men's furnishings, 113 Merrimack 

" Catherine P. widow of J. Louis, h. 10 Kenoza ave. 

" Edgar H. blacksmith, 152 Groveland h. 146 do. 



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Blaisdell Edward S. shoemaker, h. 38 Moore 

" George S. shoe cutter, h. Amesbury rd. opp. Elliot 

" Greenleaf C. heeler, h. 67 Winter 

" Ida F. Mrs. dressmaker, 17 How, h. do. 

tl John F. shoemaker, h. 27 Seventh ave. 

" Lena, widow of John H. h. 57 Adams [Greenleaf, Br. 

" Lillian, widow of Arthur, bookkeeper, 70 Wash. b. 17 

" Lorena, bookkeeper, 132 Essex, h. at Merrimack 

" Sarah E. teacher, Currier school, b. 37 Fountain 
Blake Bert, shoemaker, rms. 27 Washington ave. 

" Charles, coachman, 131 Main, h. 75 Cedar [ave. Br. 

" Charles Edwin, bookkeeper, 221 Essex, h. 4 Lexing- 

" Charles E. stone mason, b. 58 Franklin 

" Charles J. master mechanic, h. 70 Main, Br. 
BLAKE CM. & CO. (Harry Blake) plumbers, 11 
How, N. E. Tel. 659-2. See page 3 

" Darius E., R. R. brakeman, h. 11 Park ave. 

" Elmer W. (J. P. Blake & Son,) h. 87 Portland 

" Enoch W. painter, h. 78 Cedar 

" Flora E. Mrs. stitcher, h. 7 Maple ave. Br. 

" F. Jasper, pattern designer, h. 25 Pentucket 

" Harold F. mngr. 18 Washington, h. at Georgetown 

" Harry (C. M. Blake & Co.) b. 58 Franklin 

" Henry J. heel shaver, h. 1 1 Pentucket 

" Joseph P. (J. P. Blake & Son) h. 58 Franklin 

" Junia C. vegetables, h. 195 Monument 

" J. P. & Son (Joseph P. & Elmer W.) plasterers, base- 
ment, 9 Bridge 

" Last Co. last mnfrs. 18 Washington 

" Mary A. widow of Edwin F. h. 7 Auburn 

" Mary C. widow of Ferdinand L. h. 25 Pentucket 

" Michael, laborer, h. 35 Blossom, Br. 

" M. Ella Mrs. bookkeeper, 18 Wash. h. at Georgetown 

" Perley C. trav. salesman, h. 79 Auburn 

" Roderick O. mngr. 10 Main, b. 93 do. 

" Rosa M. teacher, School st. school, rms. 5 Sixth ave. 

" Simeon W. heeler, h. 6 Kent 

" Sylvester F. h. 10 Merrill's ct. 

" Thomas E. clerk, 6 Essex, b. 75 Cedar 

" Willard E. restaurant, 36 Washington, rms. 17 White 

" William E. student, b. 87 Portland 
Blanchard Alfred, shoemaker, h. 233 Monument 

" Arthur C. shoe packer, b. 11 Munroe 

" Edward, heel burnisher, h. Sixteenth ave. 

" Frank O. shoemaker, h. 1 Gilbert ave. 

coXi? ..... H. L, TAYLOR & CO. 

g Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



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Blanchard Louise J. clerk, Bradford academy, h. 4 Park, Br. 

" Ruth B. widow of Isaac L. h. 4 Park, Br. 
Blasi Frank, shoemaker, h. 22 Varnum 
Blessington Ellen T. stitcher, h. 18 Howard 

" Sarah J. stitcher, h. 18 Howard 
Blethen Charles A. car conducts*, h. 373 Washington 

" Courtney H. sign painter, r. 108 Merrimack 
Blinn Alexander, carpenter, h. 247 Essex 

" Valentine E. carpenter, h. 33 Hillside 
Bliss Charles A. foreman, 17 Sanders pi. h. 160 Elm, Br. 
BlodgettM. Helen, bookkeeper, 130 Wash. h. at Merrimack 

" William, shoemaker, h. 162 River 
Blogatt Peter, shoemaker, h. r. 197 River 
Blonquist Carl, hostler, b. W. A. Knipe's, W. H. 
Blood Emma, machine operator, rms. 108 Winter 

" Jasper R. cook, h. 45 Washington ave. 
Bloom Max, shoemaker, h. 42 Ayer 

" Simon, rags, h. 93 River 
Bloomberg Moses, pedler, h. 112 River 
Blotner Benjamin, shoemaker, h. 13 South 

" Max, shoemaker, h. 35 Ayer 
Blowers Rebecca Mrs. nurse, rms. 1 Bragg ct. 
Blufstein Jacob, shoemaker, h. 2 Wilson 
Blumfeld Aaron, stock fitter, b. 126 River 

" Davis, grocer, 126 River, h. do. 

" Gerson, rags, h. 231 River 

" Israel, leather cutter, b. 126 River 

" Jacob, provisions, b. 231 Rivei 

" Lewis, provisions, 231 River 

" Morris, shoemaker, h. 87 River 
Blunt Charles H. letter carrier, h. 217 Lawrence 

" Florence T. asst. public library, b. 122 Water 

" William E. lawyer, h. 122 Water 
Bly Benjamin F. shoemaker, h. 110 Locust 

" Bertha, h. 31 Ashland 

" Elbridge G. shoemaker, b. 26 Emerson 

" Hannah H. widow, h. 100 Main 

" James B. shoemaker, rms. 110 Locust 

" Thomas M. beater out, h. 71 Pilling 
Blye Charles W. shoe cutter h. 450 Water 

" Frederick E. shoe cutter, h. 385 Washington 

" Robert D. shoemaker, rms. 33 Cedar 

M Van Buren, janitor, 16 Court, rms. 21 Vestry 

" Woodbury C. rms. 3 Vine 
Boardman Albert, brewer, 16 River, h. 30 Wilson 



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Boardman Augustine H. farmer, h. 133 Broadway 

" Charles H. concreter, h. 30 Wilson 

" George W. concreter, h. 215 River 

" Mabel C. widow of Charles W. h. 36 Webster 
Boccuzzo Carmine, laborer, h. r. 213 Washington 
Bodge Frank L. shoemaker, h. 3 Temple 
Bodwell Charles A. ( Whitaker & Bodwell) soles, taps, etc. 
50 and 52 Washington, h. 46 Allen, Br. 

" Myra E. Mrs. housekeeper, r. 21 Walnut 
Boehner Arthur E. shoemaker, b. 3 Arch 
Boisselle Aime, carpenter, h. 7 Hillside 

" James A. hairdresser, 241 Essex, h. 245 do. 

" John, carpenter, h. 207 Winter 
Boisvert Clara A. clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 19 White 

" Mary, widow of Eusebe, h. 19 White 

" Sadie E. and Victorine, dressmakers, 19 White, b. do. 
Bokutes Joseph, laborer, h. 31 River 
Bolan Frank E. musician, h. 141 Hilldale ave. 

" James, police, h. 130 Hilldale ave. 

" Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 141 Hilldale ave. 
Bolduc Alma A. J. clerk, b. 20 Lafayette 

" Eugene O. police, h. 24 Mt. Dustin ave. 

" Georgianna M. clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 20 Lafayette 

" Joseph, brickmaker, b. Rosemont 

" Wilfred A. clerk, 58 White, h. 20 Lafayette 
Boles Granvile F. city teamster, h. 14 Orchard 

" Josephine E. Mrs. h. 14 Orchard 
Bolger Alfred, building mover, h. 237^2 Essex 

" George, b. 237^ Essex 

" J. Henry, box maker, b. 237^ Essex 
Bolio Frank, shoemaker, h. 110 Water 
Bolliger U. Joseph, shoemaker, h. Sixteenth ave. 
Boio Andrew J. shoemaker, h. 14 Oak 
Boloskey John, laster, h. 9 South 
Bomer David O. (Bomer & Hall) h. 21 Shepherd 

" & Hall (David O. Bomer and Henry A. Hall) shoe 
trimmings, 25 and 27 Railroad sq. 
Bommarito Paul, physician, 217 Wash, h^ at Lawrence 
Bonair Cafe\ W. H. Clohecy, prop. 57 Merrimack 

" Samuel, teamster, h. 106 Franklin 
Bond Ann, widow of Hiram, h. 6 Cedar 

" Clara E. teacher, Currier school, h. 6 Cedar 

" Cyrus O. hostler, Merrill's ct. b. 18 Emerson 

" Ella M. b. 24 North 

" Horace A. ins. agt. 91 Merrimack, h. 15 Belmont ave. 



NORMAN S. COLE. 



PAINTING, PAPER HANGING 
= AND WHITENING. = 

4 Kimball Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



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Bond. Horace E. h. 24 North 

" Joel W., McKay operator, he 119 High 

" Joseph T. job team, 70 Summer, h. do. 

" Mary A. Mrs. h. 24 North 

" William F. E. shoemaker, h. 21 Whittier 
Bonette Edwin J. trav. salesman, h. 12 Salem, Br. 
Bonin Albina V. dressmaker, 5 Thorndike, b. do. 

" Alfred, shoemaker, b. 32 Stage 

" Arthur, shoemaker, b. 14 High 

" Emma H. music teacher, 21 New, b. do. 

" Joseph Mrs. h. 14 High 

" Louis E. clerk, 8 Merrimack, h. 62 Columbus ave. 

" Magloire (Cerat & Bonin) shoe contractor, 50 Win- 
gate, h. 21 New 

" Mary, widow of Remi, h. 32 Stage 

" Moise, shoemaker, h. 5 Thorndike 
Bonnell John, teamster, h. 8 Spring place 

" Samuel, driver, 23 Hale, h. 67 Pilling 

" William N. teamster, 16 Main, h. 75 Central, Br. 
Bonner Lizzie S. teacher, oil painting, 13 Temple, b. do. 

" William L. stitcher, h. 13 Temple 
Bonney Nellie H. millinery and fancy goods, 94 Merri- 
mack, rms. 18 Arlington 

" Wilson, shoe cutter, h. 16 Eighth ave. 
Booden James, shoemaker, b. 53 Bellevue ave. 

" John A. shoemaker, b. 53 Bellevue ave. 

" Thomas E. shoemaker, b. 53 Bellevue ave. 

" William, h. 53 Bellevue ave. 

" William Jr. laster, h. 56 Bellevue ave. 
Boodle William, mill hand, h. 110 Bellevue ave. 
Boody Abbie L. bookkeeper, r. 175 Essex, b. at W. Newbury 

" Everett S. stable, Merrill's ct., h. 17 White 

" Frederick, clerk, 2 Washington, b. Belvidere rd. 

" Mary L. clerk, city treasurer's office, b. Belvidere rd. 

" Robert M. ins. 4 Water, h. Belvidere rd. 
Bordon Charles, laster, h. 25 Oak ter. 
Borg John, shoemaker, h. 72^ How 
Borraga Joseph, shoemaker, h. 47 Ayer 
Borst Oswald E. plumber, r. 22 Main, h. 400 Washington 
Boston Albert N. shoemaker, h. 73 Broadway 

" Beef Co. Andrew J. Hodgdon, prop, provisions, 171 
Washington 

" Credit Co. clothing, 38 Merrimack 

" Frank R. way bill clerk, b. 73 Broadway 

" Frank R. Mrs. bookkeeper, 58 White, h. 73 Broadway 



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Boston Painless Dental Co. 76 Merrimack ( 
" & Haverhill Despatch Co. L. G. Perry, treas.. expressi 
offices 88 Washington and 14 Devonshire, 65 Kings- 
ton, 34 Court sq. Boston ■ 
" & Northern St. Ry. Co. office 3 Water ( 
Bosworth Irene F. widow of George W. h. 92 Chestnut ( 
Bottomley Ernest (E. Bottomley & Co.) h. 17 Grand ■ 
" E. & Co. (Ernest Bottomley) shoe mnfrs. 8 Phoenix 
row { 
" Frederick, engineer, Chemical 4, rms.5 Bartlett t 
" Samuel, mill hand, h. 18 Blaisdell » 
Bouchard Abarr, puller over, b. 6 Granville 
" Alphonse J. shoemaker, b. 17 Hillside 
" Edmond, stone mason, h. 17 Hillside I 
" Eli, puller over, b. 6 Granville a 
" Jacob, shoemaker, h. 2 Hilldale ave. 
" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 2 Hilldale ave. , 
" Joseph E. shoemaker, b. 17 Hillside . ■ 
" Louis shoe cutter, b. 6 Granville ' 
" Pierre, engineer, b. 6 Granville 
" Valarie, h. 6 Granville 
Boucher Amanda, milliner, h. 88 Temple 
" Andre, clerk, 26 Winter, b. 20 Vine ■ 
" Benjamin, h. 148 Lafayette sq. 
" Charles, driver, 90 Lafayette sq. h. 16 Willie 
" Eleanor Mrs. h. 21 Kenoza ave. ^"J 
" Jacque, city laborer, h. 88 Temple p^ 
" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 25 Orchard , ^^ 
" Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 115 Lafayette sq. 
" Napoleon P. lunch, 48 Lafayette sq. rms. 53 How pi 
" Oliver, carpenter, rms. 78 Lafayette sq. 
'• Oliver Rev. h. Main, bey. Dustin sq. m» 
" Philias, burnisher, b. 25 Orchard [Hilldale ave.^n^ 
" Philias J. coal, wood, hay, etc. 12 Lafayette sq. h. 75. 
" Thomas, clerk, 18 Winter, h. 11 Newcomb 
" Thomas, shoemaker, h. 56 Locke < 
" see Bushee q m 
Boudreau Joseph, carpenter, 8 Merrimack, h. 17 Moore O ^ 
" see Beaudry H ^ 
Boudruchi Andrew, laborer, h. 1 Autumn § J 
Bough Thomas F. foreman Lennox & Briggs, h. 58 Charles s ■< 
Boulanger Felix, laborer, h. 25 Woods ave. V 
" Felix, Jr. shoemaker, h. 77 Essex 2 JJ 
" Fred, shoemaker, b. 25 Woods ave. jq H 
" Joseph, baker, 8 Lafayette sq. rms. 194 Hilldale ave. W 



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Boulanger Willie, driver, h. 24 Hilldale ave. 
Bouley Philip H. edge setter, h. 50 High 
Bourbeau Xiste, shoe laster, h. 16 Hillside 
Bouregard Alfred shoemaker, rms. 251 River 
Bouret Donat, h. 34 High 
Bourgeois Charles, Mrs. h. 15 Harrison 

" Edmond, laborer, h. Maurice 
Bourne Arthur M. shoe cutter, b. 23 Stage 

" George, shoe dresser, h. 23 Stage 

" Jesse H. teacher, High School, h. 2] Brockton ave. 

" W. Judson, clerk, 17 Wash. b. 23 Stage 
Bourneuf Ambrose F. draughtsman, h. 31 Arch 

" Augustin, carpenter, 31 Arch, h. do. 

" Charles A. carpenter, h. 32 Bellevue ave. 

" John T. carpenter, h. 40 Eastern ave. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. Ferry rd. W. H. 

" Maxmilian, carpenter, h. 44 Bellevue ave. 

" Maybelle, clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 31 Arch 

" M. Attilla, bookkeeper, 190 Essex, b. 31 Arch 

" Simeon, carpenter, h. 33 Arch 

" Volusien M. mngr. (Haverhill Milling Co.) 190 Essex, 
h. Marsh ave. n. Main 
Bourque Charles H. foreman, Hilliard & Tabor, h. 194 
North Broadway 

" Charles X. foreman, 365 River, h. 5 Hillside 

" Edna M. restaurant, 249 Winter, b. 245 do. 

" Edward N. h. 245 Winter 

" Emma, widow, h. 194 N. Broadway 

" Henry N. (Rourque & Brown) h. 23 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Toseph, cutter, h. 207 Winter 

" Xiste, h. 5 Hillside 

" & Brown (Henry N. Bourque and Everett L. Brown) 
pattern and tip, 89 Wash. 

" see Burke 
Bousfield George J. shoemaker, h. 33 Charles 
Bousley Ellen M. widow of William D. b. 16 Ferry, Br. 
Bouvier Edward F. shoemaker, h. 390 Wash. 

" Eli, shoemaker, h. 60 Bellevue ave. 

" Francis, shoemaker, b. 35 Belmont ave. 

" Henry, foreman, rms. 59 Main 

" John B. carriage trimmer, 10 Granite, h. 39 Willie 

" Louis N. laborer, h. 35 Belmont ave. 

" Theodore N. shoemaker, h. 73 Beach 
Bowden Charles W. shoe cutter, h. 7 Yeaton pi. 
Bowdoin Albert W. shoe worker, b. 10 Race 



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Bowdoin James VV. (Bowdoin Tree Protector) h. 10 Race 
Bowen Cornelius, mason, h. 29 Locke, Br. 

" D. Dunbar, clerk, 69 Water, b. 7 Green 

" Joshua T. shoemaker, h. 7 Kimball 

" Percy, shoemaker, h. Ferry rd. n. Neck rd. W. H. 

" Philip A. carpenter, h. 7 Green 

" Richard, shoemaker, b. 29 Locke, Br. [Main 

Bowker Charles I. clerk, supt. streets, City Hall, rms. 59 
Bowley William M.real estate and ins. 73 Merrimack, rms. 

1 Charles 
Bowlin Carlos, clerk, 85 W r ash. b. 31 Arch ave. 

" Edward W. shoemaker, h. 31 Arch ave. 
Bowman Eliza Mrs. h. Sixteenth ave. 

" Walter A. clerk, 58 White, b. Sixteenth ave. 
Boyajian Sader, fruit, 42 Main, rms. 79 High 
Boyce Albert B. sole tacker, h. 2 Fifth ave. 

" George, shoemaker, h. 23 Walnut 
Boyd Clayton G. foreman, 31 Granite, h. 35 Byron, Br. 
Boynton Emma C. teacher, Crowell school, b. 16 Sixth av. 

" Frances M. Mrs. physician, 20 Summer, rms. do; 
office hours from 2 to 5 p.m., Sundays 3 to 4 p. m. 
BOYNTON FRANK W. merchant tailor, 11 Merri- 
mack, h. 52 Arlington. See page 824 

" F. W. supt. 42 Merrimack 

" George O. b. 44 Pleasant, Br. 

" Henry W. (B. F. Bickum & Co.) heels and pasted 
stock, 29 Sanders pi. h. 44 Pleasant, Br. 

" May A. teacher, Crowell school, b. 16 Sixth ave. 

" Walter S. deputy marshall, h. 16 Sixth ave. 

" W T illiam (Ballard & Boynton) livery stable, r. 19 Main, 
and 25 and 27 Fleet, h. 15 Arlington 

" William F. h. 51 Wash. ave. 
Boys Club, 13 Wash. 

Bracebridge Ella M. widow of Walter, h. 2 Observatory av. 
Brackett Charles E. heel cutter, h. 95 High 
Brackley Alvano L. carpenter, h. 20 Lindel 
Bradashaw Fred, foreman, h. 7 Brooks, Br. 
Bradbury Edward E. assessor, h. 32 Allen, Br. 

" George, coachman, Johnson, c. Mill, rms. 3 Henry 
Braddon H. L. Clode Rev., Epis. clergyman, h. 39 Webster 
BRADFORD ACADEMY, Main, cor. Kingsbury 
ave. Br. See opp. Haverhill Business Directory 

" Annie T. widow of O. W. h. 38 Fifth ave. 
BRADFORD CRAM CO. stoves, etc. 152 Merri- 
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Bradley's Costume Parlors, 

63 MERRIMACK STREET, HAVERHILL, MASS. 

Costumes lor Masperades, Fancy Balls, Theatricals, cnnrcli Carnivals, Socials, Minstrels, Private Parties, 

Etc. Etc, 

Secret Society Regalias and Paraphernalia a Specialty. 
Complete Outfits for Old Folks' Concerts. Badges, Ros- 
ettes and Jewels for all orders. Trimmings of all kinds in 
Gold and Silver. Makeups of every description. Wi| 
and Beards. 

WRITE FOR TERMS. ALL LETTERS ANSWERED PROMPTLY. 

The only Costumer between Boston and Portland. 

Bradford George E. gen. mngr. 152 Merrimack, b. 38 
Fifth ave. 

" Heel Co. off Railroad ave., Br. 

" Lester M. shoemaker, b. 38 Fifth ave. 

" L. Emma, bookkeeper, 81 Wash. b. 38 Fifth ave. 

" W. Parker, foreman, 356 River, h. 38 Fifth ave. 
Bradley Arthur W. shoe cutter, b. 5 Plummer 

" Catherine, widow of John, b. John Bradley's, Grove- 
land rd. Br. 

" Charles, farmer, h. 390 Water 

" Charles H. shoe cutter, h. 21 Fountain 

" Daniel, hairdresser, 8 Main, rms, 153 Main, Br. 

" Elmer, shoe cutter, rms. 8 North 

" Emeline, widow of Samuel P. h. 79 Main 
B11ADL.EY EMORENZA C. widow of AlphonsoH. 
costumes ind regalias, 63 Merrimack, h. do. See 
above 

" Flora Mrs. h. 22 Seventh 

" Frank, shoemaker, b. 22 Seventh ave. 

« Frank J. (Hazen P. Goodrich & Co.) shoe mnfr. 70 
Washington, h. 196 Mill 

" FrankS. foreman, 23 Hale, h. 5 Moore 

" George, leather worker, h. 9 Walnut 

" Ida E. Mrs. dressmaker, 7 Arlington, h. do. 

" Isaiah H. stable, 25 Locust, h. 23 do. 

" James R. shoe cutter, b. 5 Plummer 

° John, hairdresser, h. Groveland rd. n. Groveland line, Br. 

" Joseph, wood, 19 Seventh ave. h. do. 

" Joseph F. (Bradley & Brown) h. 36 Merrimack 

" Joseph L. millman, 142 Essex, h. 1 Pine, Br. 



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Bradley Walter, shoe cutter, h. 4 Swasey 

" Wilbur L. electrician, h. 63 Merrimack 

" William, shoemaker, h. 5 Plummer 

" & Brown (Joseph F. Bradley and Alexander H. Brown) 
carpenter, r. 102 Merrimack 
Bradshaw George J. bricklayer, h. 128 Eighth ave. 

" Thomas, shoemaker, h. 8 Kimball 
Brady John, laborer, h. 122 Franklin 

" John T. machine operator, b. 122 Franklin 

" Patrick, shoemaker, b. 67 Franklin 

" William, plasterer, h. 67 Franklin 
Bragdon Arthur O. shoemaker, h. 7 Tenth ave. 

" Arzillah H. widow of Luther M. h. 146 Water 

" Benjamin J. shoe repairer, 42 Winter, h. 37 Vestry 

" B, Frank, dynamo man, 161 Water, h. 37 Vestry 

" Etta L. widow of Fred, h. 146 Water 

" Leonard, shoemaker, b. 146 Water 

" Mary J. Mrs. b. 119 Main 
Bragg George L. P. bookkeeper, 29 Wingate, h. 14 Nichols 
Braley Oren G. hatter, h. 4 Currier pi. 

" Osmond W. bookkeeper, 365 River, h. 589 Wash. 
Brandwien Abraham, laborer, h. 144 River 
Brannan Harry S. painter, r. 10 Court, h. 27 Wellington av. 

" see Brennan 
Brannen Matthew, plasterer, h. 31 Willie 
Brasseur Albert L. clerk, 103 Wash. h. 8 Central, Br. 

" Charles E. clerk, 13 Essex, h. at Groveland 

" Samuel J. shoes, 13 Essex and 103 Wash. h. 47 Pleas- 
ant, Br. 
Brault Joseph, shoemaker, h. 18 Jackson 

" Salina, widow of Vitale, h. 18 Jackson 
Bray Dana S. (W. S. Bray & Son) b. 8 Freeman [Ford 

« Edwin A. soles, taps and stiffenings, 57 Wingate, h. 3 

" Francis T. spinner, b. 55 Fifth ave. 

" Harriet A. widow of Abraham, h. 36 Moore 

" James, teamster, 9 Wash. ave. rms. 19 do. 

" John £. coachman, 55 Saltonstall rd. b. 28 Auburn 

<< JohnN. driver, 210 Water, h. 28 Auburn 

»' Joseph, laborer, rms. 12 Lewis 
1— ok, grocer, 55 Fifth ave. h. do. 

" Wallace S. (W. S. Bray & Son) h. 8 Freeman 

" William, clerk, 55 Fifth ave. b. do. 

" W. S. & Son (Wallace S. and Dana S.) soles, 44 Wingate 
BREED FRANK M. apothecary, 67 Main, Br. h. 49 
Colby, do. See page 826 

coTl., H. L. TAYLOR &C& 

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Breen Daniel, h. 65 High 

" Monica T. Mrs. boarding house, 65 High 

" Sarah Mrs. h. Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont 
Brennan John, h. 26 High 

" Mary Mrs. h. 3 Beach 

" Michael, shoemaker, rms. 59 Main 

" P. Edward, driver, 90 Lafayette sq. b. 26 High 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 150 Primrose 
Brenner Louis, shoemaker, h. 4 Wilson 

" Max, shoemaker, h. 7 Wilson [65 Franklin 

Bresnahan Daniel, baggage master, Haverhill station, h. 

" David, laborer, h. 82 Fifth ave. 

" Dennis, laborer, h. 22 Dexter 

" James H. day clerk, Eagle House, rms. do. 

" James J. clerk, 85 Merrimack, b. 44 North 

" John, job wagon, Washington sq. h. 8 Dexter 

" John, morocco dresser, h. 44 North 

" Maurice, grocer, 98 Primrose, h. do. 

" Timothy, asst. pressman, 102 Merrimack 
Brewer Alice T. Mrs. clerk, 76 Merrimack, rms. 59 Main 
Brewster Fred A. shipping clerk, 17 Locust, h. 60 Vestry 

" GilmanT. edge setter, h. 3 Freeman 
Brian Alice J. Mrs. h. 9 High, Br. 

" Henry A. shoe cutter, h. 24 Temple 

" James A. Mrs. h. 24 Temple 

" William R. shoewoker, b. 9 High, Br. 

" William S. freight clerk, rms. 19 Orchard 
Brickett Abbie E. widow of Clarence A. h. 8 William 

" Albert C. stock fitter, h. 122 Cedar 

" Arthur N. farmer, h. Brickett Hill, off Gile 

" Calvin W. h. 124 Cedar 

" Charles F. skiver, b. 8 William 

" Frank E. foreman, 17 Locust, h. 79 Kenoza 

" Harriet, widow of Joseph A. h. 25 Kenoza ave. [ave. 

" James E. real estate, 110 Merrimack, h. 29 Eleventh 

" Levi P. mason, r. 19 Main, h. 14 Winter 

" Lucy A. h. Main, opp. Rosedale ave. 

" Mandy, widow of Barnard, h. 12 Portland 

" William D. farmer, h. Main, opp. Rosedale ave. 

" William H. shoe cutter, b. 122 Cedar 
Bridge Charles W. forman, h. 19 Macon ave. 

tl Ethel, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 19 Macon ave. 

" Mabel L. clerk, 94 Merrimack, rms. 39 Vine 

" William D. agt. h. 131 Portland 
Bridges Harry S. farm hand, 190 Boardman, b. do. 



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Bridges Lincoln, clerk, 125 Merrimack, rms. 61 Emerson 
Bridgham Edgar C. Rev. pastor People's M. E. church, 
h. 4 Church, Br. 

" Justin R. driver, patrol wagon, h. 117 Water 
Briendlay Christina, widow, h. 27 Chestnut 

" William H. shoemaker, b. 27 Chestnut 
Briggs Arthur A. (Briggs-Belmer Edge Tool Co.) h. 6 
Hazeltine, Br. 

" -Belmer Edge Tool Co. (Arthur A. Briggs and Charles 
G. Belmer) machinery mnfrs. 50 Phoenix row 

" Charles L. (Lenox & Briggs) morocco, mnfr. r. 22 
Duncan, h. 184 Main, Br. 

" Deborah A. Mrs. shoe bow maker, h. 115 Emerson 

" Edward H. books, etc. 3 Wash. sq. rms. 2 Charles 

" Henry J. laster, h. 37 Hancock 

" Joseph W. h. 11 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Philip, medicines, rms. 8 Currier pi. 
Brimblecom John J. farmer h. Lake 

" J. J. Mrs. stitching, 21 Wash. h. Lake, n. N. Broadway 
Brindle George O. shoemaker, h. 4 Granville 

" James H. carpenter, h. 151 Lafayette sq. [do. 

" James H. Mrs. variety store, 141 Lafayette sq. h. 151 

" Mary J. widow, h. 18 Temple 

" William J. driver, 13 Wash. sq. h. 2 Little River 
Brindley Charles F. plumber, h. 32% Nichols 
Briscoe William J. shoemaker, h. 4 Arch ave. [Sixth ave. 
Brissette Adolphus J. real estate, 90 Merrimack, h. 54 

" Agnese M. hairdresser, h. 54 Sixth ave. 

" Exzilia, stitcher, h. 54 Sixth ave. 

" Marguerite, widow of Adolphus, h. 54 Sixth ave. 

" Virginia, stitcher, h. 54 Sixth ave. [ave. 

Brisson Ernest, baker, 8 Lafayette sq. rms. 194 Hilldale 

" Felix, shoemaker, h. 28 Hilldale ave. 

" Francois E. brickmaker, h. 8 Thorndike 

" Frank Z. police, b. 8 Thorndike 

" Harvey L. clerk, b. 8 Thorndike 

" Horace, U. S. N. b. 8 Thorndike 

" Louis D. upper cutter, b. 8 Thorndike 

" Napoleon, carpenter, h. 39% Hilldale ave. 
Brittain G. Ernest, shoemaker, h. 16 Wash. ave. 

" Nelson (Brittain & Co.) provisions, 13 Main, Br. h. 6 
Summer, do. 
BRITTAUST & CO. (Nelson Brittain and Charles C. 
Pressey) groceries and provisions, 13 Main, Br. 
See page 822 



NORMAN S. COLE, 



CARPENTER AND RUILDER 

MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Old Sasles and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



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Britton Charles E. heel cutter, h. Groveland, bey. Jordan 
" Edward P. bar tender, Hotel Thorndike, h. 17 Williams 
" Herbert, shipper, C. K. Fox's, h. Groveland, bey. Jordan 
" Phineas D. heel mnfr. 46 Jordan, h. do. 
" Sarah C. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. Webster 
" William F. heel cutter, h. 46 Jordan 

Broadnax C Richard, laborer, h. 103 Cedar 
" Randall, teamster, h. 82 Elm, Br. 
" Waverly, coachman, 112 Main, h. 44 Dudley [do. 

Brochu Florence M. Mrs. dressmaker, 54 Lafayette sq. h. 
" Joseph, stock fitter, b. 15 Harrison 
" Joseph, tailor, 174 Merrimack 
" Napoleon, shoe cutter, h. 54 Lafayette sq. 

Broderick Daniel J. hairdresser, 50 Merrimack, rm. 202, 
h. 21 Franklin 
" Elizabeth V. shoe worker, h. 6 Porter 
" Hannah, widow of William, h. 6 Porter 
" Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 15 Gilbert ave. 
" Michael D. police, h. 28 Franklin 
" Timothy J. shoemaker, h. 6 Porter 
" William L. clerk, 1 Merrimack, h. at W. Newbury 

Brodie Douglass B. mach. oper. h. 35 Eighth ave. 
" Jessie Mrs. h. 7 Kenoza ave. 
" Thomas F. shoemaker, h. 37 Nichols 

Brogan Bridget, widow, b. 206 Winter 
" Josephine, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 10 Franklin 
" Susan G. teacher, Winter st. school, b. 10 Franklin 

Brooks Alfred, shoe cutter, h. 19 Fourth ave. 
" Anna M. M. widow of William P. B. h. 47 Salem Br. 
" Arthur C. teamster, h. 163 Webster 
" A. Jennie, widow of Fred D. h. 44 White 
" Bros. (William A. and George) dry goods, etc. 20 and 

22 Merrimack 
" Edward D. shoe cutter, h. 253 Main 
" Ernest F. clerk, 28 Merrimack, rms. 20 Portland 
" Eva Julia, bookkeeper, 50 Wingate, b. 163 Webster 
" Fred K. laundry, 14 Washington, h. 25 Brockton 
" George (Brooks Bros.) dry goods, 20 and 22 Merri- 
mack, h. 44 Park 
" Harold W. painter, h. 172 Main 
" Joseph J. box maker, h. 32 Willie 
11 Minna P. Mrs. artist and teacher. Winter st. school? 

h. 342 Washington 
" Thaddeus J. painter, b. W. F. Whitaker's, North ave. 



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Brooks William A. (Brooks Bros.) dry goods, 20 and 22 
Merrimack, h. 27 Park 
" Mrs. h. 37 Moore 

Broomfield, Margeret, widow of Stephen, h. 140 Linwood 

Brosnan John B. shoe cutter, rms. 60 Temple 

Brother James, shoemaker, rms. 3 Walnut 

Brouillette Ernest, shoe finisher, h. 20 Hilldale ave. 
" F. Xavier, heel cutter, h. r. 56 Oak Terrace 

Brown Addie, widow, shoe packer, b. 97 Water 
" Albert H. shoe cutter, h. 1 Warren ■■ 

" Alexander, shoemaker, h. 82 High _ 

" Alexander, shoemaker h. 504 Washington 
" Alexander H. (Bradley & Brown) r. 102 Merrimack, ^^ 
h. 813 Main ■< 

" Alice, forewoman, Morse & Hoyt, Br. rms 58 Locust I™ 
" Amelia, widow of Moses, h. 37 Moore *5«ff 

" Anna S. widow of Orlando, h. 11 Lexington ave. Br. 90 
" Arthur L. shoemaker, b. B. F. Brown's, Br. «L 

" Arthur T. h. 71 Keeley ~~ 

" Arthur W. soles, 22 Wash. h. 43 Haverhill 
" Aseneth F. b. 71 Keeley 

" Augustus R. carpenter, h. 42 Temple CJ 

" Benjamin, h. 1 Charles %£m 

u Benjamin F. shoemaker, h. South Cross road, Br. ^m 

" Bessie, clerk, 356 River, h. at Groveland SB 

" Caroline V. housekeeper, 50 Water — ^ 

" Carrol E.. R. R. conducter, h. 75 Wash, ave ^g 

" Charles A. pattern maker, h. 2 Dustin pi. f^ 

" Charles F. shoemaker, h. South Cross rd. n. line, Br. 
" Charles Gilman, shoemaker, h. 31 Fifth ave. 
" Charles H. h. 48 Park 

" Charles J. barkeeper, 152 Wash. h. 13 Temple 
" Chester F. crimper, 112 Wash. h. 77 Race 
" Clara A. bookkeeper, 54 Merrimack, b. 37 Highland av. ^ 
" Clarence, gunsmith, 172 Merrimack, h. 73 Main, Br. C p| 
" Clarence E. shoemaker, h. S. Cross rd. n. Salem, Br. 
" Clarissa, widow of David, h. 17 Proctor 



Clarissa A. widow of Ira F. h. 37 Highland ave. -jjj 

" C. Ernest, sign painter, h. 24 Kenoza ave. » 

" Daniel H. driver, h. 87 Elm, Br. O 2 

" D. Florence, widow of John E. h. 76 Emerson r"2 

" Edward C. shoemaker^, rms. 162 Merrimack ? 

" Edwin H. cigars, newspapers, etc. 29 Wash. sq. h. 72 Jjj 
Winter m 

" Edwin L. carpenter, h. 11 Lafayette, Br. 



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Brown Edwin S. sole sorter, h. 8 Lafayette, Br. 

" Eliza, widow of Charles, janitress, B. and M. depot, h. 
37 Locke 

" Eliza A. widow of Elmer F. h. 77 Race 

" Elizabeth F. Mrs. dressmaker, 31 Fifth ave. b. do. 

" Elmer H. driver, b. 231 Groveland 

" Emma J. cook, h. 162 Merrimack 

" Ernest, shoe cutter, b. 1 Charles [Kenoza ave. 

" Everett L. (Bourque & Brown) tips, 89 Wash. h. 25 

" Florence I. teacher, Thomas E. Burnham school, h. 
71 Kenoza ave. 

*' Francis M. shoemaker, h. 58 Central, Br. 

" Frank M. shoe cutter, b. 16 Kenoza ave. 

" Frank T. hairdresser, Hotel Bartlett, h. 10 Essex 

" Frank W. shoemaker, h. 5 Proctor [ington av. Br. 

" Fred P. (LeGro & Brown) 50 Merrimack, h. 23 Lex- 

" Frederick, shipper, 8 Merrimack, h. 4 Central av. Br. 

" Frederick A. farmer, b. George H. Brown's 

" Frederick A. stonecutter, h. 10 Brooks, Br. 

"" Frederick H. tax collector, h. 48 Main, Br. 

11 George H. farmer, h. South Cross rd. Br. 

" George I. shoemaker, h. 95 Keeley 

" George T. shoemaker, h. 28 Lewis 

" George W. foreman, 42 Wash. rms. 122 Elm, Br. 

" George W. grocer, 152 Winter, rms. 138 do. 

" George W. shoemaker, h. 57 Central, Br. 

" Georgie A. widow of Charles H. h. 330 Water 

" Harry E. h. 11 Lexington ave. Br. 

" Harry L. farmer, b. George H. Brown's, Br. 

" Henry G. shoe cutter, b. 144 Cedar 

" Herbert, coachman, 39 Summer, b. do. 

" Horace F. shoemaker, h. 11 Kent 

" Ida, paper b<~>x maker, h. 16 Orchard 

" Increase C shoe finisher, h. 12 Warren 

" Jacob, morocco dresser, h. 39 Ayer 

" Jacob P. carpenter, h. 567 Main 

" James, h. 71 Kenoza ave. 

" Jennie, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 1 Charles 
BROWN JOHN F. gun and locksmith, 172 Merri- 
mack, h. 52 Cedar. See page 826 

" John Henry, shoemaker, h. 231 Groveland 

" John S. shoemaker, h. 128 Merrimack 

" John T. builder, 47 Bradford ave. Br. h. do. 

" John T. jobber, b. 24 Ashland 

" Joseph E. trav. salesman, h. 46 Groveland 



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Brown Julia Ann, widow of Jesse W. nurse, h. 13 Daven- 
port 

" Julia A. widow of John H. h. 129 Portland 

" Leonard C. clothes cleaner, 60 Merrimack, h. at 
Georgetown [High, Br. 

" Leonard C. foreman, Gilman Hat Co. h. Main, bey. 

" Lewis F. teamster, h. 77 Grove 

" Lorenzo L. shoemaker, h. 39 Warren, Br. 

" Lucy, widow of William, h. 3 Madison 

" Luther Carl, clerk, P. O. b. 41 Lindel 

" Lydia A. seamstress, h. Belvidere rd. [Main 

" Lyman G. supt. W. C. Lewis Shoe Co., Hale, h. 212 

" L. Ella Mrs. h. 450 Water 

" Mabel, clerk, 89 Merrimack, b. 60 Temple 

" Mabel M. bookkeeper, 132 Essex, h. at Groveland 

" Martha A. widow of Daniel H. h. 54 Haverhill 

« Mary Mrs. b. 119 Main 

" Mary Mrs. h. 5 Baldwin 

" Mary L. widow of James, h. 172 Main 

" Millard F. shoemaker, h. S. Cross rd. Br. 

" Moses S. nurse, h. 11 Fifth ave. 

" Oliver, laborer, h. 216£ Wash. 

" Patrick, hatter, b. 85 Franklin 

" Patrick, mill hand, b. 25 Lewis 

" Pearl M. teacher, Bowley school, h. 13 Davenport 

" Phebe S. Mrs. nurse, rms. 7 White 

" Roger, clerk, 58 Vyhite 

" Roscoe E. mngr. 177 Essex, h. 44 Jackson 

" Ruth A. widow of R. Baxter, h. 41 Lindel 

" Samuel E. stitcher, h. Eudora 

" Sarah A. widow of Charles H. h. Ill Keeley 

" Sarah E. h. 119 Main 

" Sarah J. widow of Francis A. h. 14 North 

" S. Charlotte, widow, h. 166 Winter 

41 Thomas, engineer, h. 4 Johnson, Br. 

*' Thomas, laborer, h. 58 Fifth ave. 

" Walter H. shoemaker, h. 17 Central, Br. 

" Walter M. foreman, 69 Wash. h. 13 Davenport 

" Will E. musician, and printer, 50 Phoenix row, h. 129 
Portland 

" William, plumber, 25 Phoenix row, h. 14 Kent 

" William B. beater out, b. 1 7 Marshall 

" William H. carpenter, h. 52 High 

" William H. clerk, rms. 59 Main 

<l William L. G. shoe cutter, h. 23 Ninth ave. 




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Brown Willie G. shoemaker, h. 31 Greenville 
Browne Maud, teacher, Geo. Cogswell school, Br. 

" Willard W. grocer, 8 Emerson, h. 49 Pecker 
Bruce David, supt. B. & N. St. Ry. 3 Water, rms. 59 Main 

" George E. shoemaker, h. 31 Jackson 

" Sarah A. widow, h. 17 Arch ave. 
Brunelle Albina, bookkeeper, 16 Emerson, b. 46 Sheridan 

" Alcede, hatter, h. 291 River 

" Archie L. clerk, 16 Emerson, b. 46 Sheridan 

" Fred, city laborer, h. 33 Hilldale ave. 

" Fred, clerk, 16 Emerson, b. 46 Sheridan 

" George L. shoemaker, h. 21 Broadway 

" Louis, shoemaker, b. 291 River 

" Maria, widow of Dennis, h. 60 Central 

" Napoleon J. shoemaker, Ji. 330 River 

" L Onesime, h. 291 River 

""Ulric, hatter, h. 43 Hall [at Lawrence 

Brush Jarvis C. supt. Gilman Hat Co., Railroad ave. Br. h. 
Bruton John, h. 9 Kimball 

" Michael J. b. 9 Kimball 

" Thomas H. b. 9 Kimball 
Bruyere Camille, machinist, h. 10 Garfield 

" Eva M. clerk, 357 River, b. 179 do. 

" George M. shoemaker, h. 179 River 

" Joseph, brickmaker, h. 15 Hillside 
BRYANT BROS. (Othniel G. and Edwin E.) paint- 
ers and paper hangers, 51 Main, Br. See page 17 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 58 Whittier [h. 27 Summer 

" Chester, clerk and agent, Board of Health, City Hall, 

" David, h. Main, n. N. H. line 

" Edwin E. (Bryant Bros.) h. 2 Bryant ave. Br. 

" George D. shoe finisher, h. 50 Portland 

" Hattie, milliner, 9 Water, h. do. 

" Herbert M. painter, b. 2 Bryant ave. Br. 

" John E. physician, 108 Winter, h. do. 

U ,J. Cullen, publisher, h. 195 Washington 

" Othniel G. (Bryant Bros.) h. 4 Bryant ave. Br. 

" William H. (W. H. Bryant & Co.) h. 372 Washington 

" William S. (W. S. Brvant & Co.) h. 13 Chadwick, Br. 

« W. H. & Co. (William H. Bryant) heel mnfrs. 33 
Phoenix row 

« W. S.&Co. (W. S. Bryant) fancy goods, 192 Merrimack 
Bryden Robert C. mngr. 138 Merrimack, rms. 10 Pine, Br. 

" William C. mngr. 138 Merrimack, h. 10 Pine, Br. 
Bryer Hannah E. Mrs. h. 37 Fernald ave. 






HAVERHILL 99 DIRECTORY 



Buchanan Ellen A. widow of F. H. h. 130 North ave. 

" George E. carriage painter, 130 North ave. h. do. 
Buck Hazard J. driver, hose No. 3, h. 73 Fountain 

" Matilda B. Mrs. dressmaker, 1 Arch ave. h. do. 

" William, carpenter, h. 1 Arch ave. 
Buckley Agnes Mrs. h. 29 Myrtle 

" Catherine, widow of Richard, h. 52 Locke 

" D. Frank, drug clerk, 143 Merrimack, b. 52 Locke 

" Fred M. clerk, 122 Emerson, h. 38 Central, Br. 

" George, mill hand, h. 103 Bellevue ave. 

" Harry, salesman, B. b. 5 Central, Br. 

" James F. shoemaker, 4 Walnut, h. 103 Main 

" James F. Jr. clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 103 Main 

" Jeremiah M. shoe laster, h. 2 Granville 

" Joanna, widow of John, h. 10 Primrose 

" John, teamster, b. 63 Locust 

" John H. teamster, h. 30 Oak terrace 

" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 17 John 

" Michael J. stock fitter, h. 17 John 

" Rose, bookkeeper, C. K. Fox, b. 103 Main 

" William H. h. 5 Central, Br. 

" William H. Jr. salesman, B. h. 233 Salem, Br. 
Buckman Carrie E. widow ofGustavusE. h. 64 Central, Br. 
Buckminster Charles L. foreman, 128 Wash. h. 10 North 
Buell Alpheus W. florist, 28 Eleventh ave. h. do. 
Bullen Clarence P. shoe findings, 94 Washington, and tack 

mnfr. end Hale, h. 33 Summer 
Bullis Merritt A. shoe cutter, h. 20 Ford 
Bullock Cynthia, widow of Jesse, h. 415 Main 

" Edgar O. real estate, 151 Merrimack, h. 9 Maple ave. 

" Edwin W. h. 47 Webster 

" Herbert F. collector, 151 Merrimack, b. 9 Maple ave. 

" William H. b. 415 Main 
Bumpus Margaret N. widow of John M. h. 442 Water 

" Mary E. dressmaker, 442 Water, h. do. 
Bunce George, baker, 51 Merrimack, h. 169 Water 

" M. Joseph, baker, 51 Merrimack, h. 28 School 

" William W T . foreman, 186 Merrimack, h. 11 Moore 
Bunker George I. station agent, Haverhill Bridge and 
agent, Am. Ex. Co. Br. h. 27 Kimball, do. 

" George M. dentist's asst. 6 Emerson, rms. 15 Temple 
Burbank Arthur E. pressman.4 Main,h. 7 Cogswell ave. Br. 

" Charles A. carpenter, h. r. 14 Davenport 

" Eunice K. widow of Percival E. h. 436 Water 
Burchell Michael, city laborer, h. 87 Kimball, Br. 

ZSZZZ, H, L, TAYLOR & CO. 

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Burchill John H. laborer, h. 50 Harrison 

Burck Clara E. Mrs. h. 9 Beacon 

Burdett Edward H., Goodyear oper. h. 7 Boardman 

" Wallace B. h. 24 Byron, Br. 

" see Beaucette [How 

Burgess Howard, fireman, L. L. & H. power station, h. 8 

" Warren W. foreman, 30 Granite, rms. 50 How 
Burke Ann, widow of Simon, h. 133 Eighth ave. 

" Bridget, widow af Martin, h. 14 Norfolk 

" Bridget, widow of Michael F. h. 102 Primrose 

" Clinton S. shoemaker, h. 44 Grove 

" Daniel, driver, h. 77 Fifth ave. 

" Foster A. M. dentist, 10 Vine, b. 3 Marion, Br. 

" Hartley, machine operator, h. 30 N. Broadway 

" James, bricklayer, h. 133 Eighth ave. 

" Jerome J. clerk, 117 Washington, b. 77 Fifth ave. 

" John J. clerk, depot news stand, b. 8 Burke 

" John J. shoemaker, h. 197 Primrose 

" John M. hatter, h. 51 Primrose 

" Margaret Mrs. h. 285 River 

" Margaret, widow of William, h. 209 Winter 

" Martin, grocer, 100 Primrose, h. 102 do. 

" Patrick, h. 8 Burke 

" Patrick F. h. 39 Moore 

" Patrick J. clerk, 28 Locust, h. 31 Primrose 

" Thomas F. hatter, b. 8 Burke 

" William, farm hand, b. Mrs. C. Barron's, Amesbury rd. 

" William E. mngr. 10 Water, h. 94 Primrose 

" William H. machine operator, h. 9 Gilbert ave. 

" see Bourque 
Burkel John, steam fitter, 97 Wash. h. 13 Harrison 
Burkheiser Charles, edge setter, rms. 48 Pecker 
Burleigh George W. shoe cutter, h. 1 1 Marion 

" John, laster, rms. 195 Washington [Groveland 

" Mattie E. Mrs. bookkeeper, 22 Phoenix row, h. 504 
Burnett Guy, rms. 29 Central, Br. 
Burnham Amos B. painter, r. 10 Walnut, b. 16 do. 

" Charles C. shoe cutter, h. 4 New, Br. 

" Charles H. farmer, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Charles W. lather, h. 9 Jackson 

" Chester H. engineer, h. 4 Marion 

" Counter Co. (George A. Burnham) counters, 96 Wash. 

" Edward N. lather, b. 9 Jackson 

" Fred P. office sec. 75 Main, b. 18 Emerson 

" George A. (Burnham Counter Co.) h. 26 Allen, Br. 



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Burnham Harriet, widow of Wingate Q. h. 30 Portland 

" Hattie V. prin. John C. Tilton school, h. Winona ave. 

" Herbert L. last maker, h. 16 Ford 

" Joel, engineer, Eagle House, b. do. 

" John W. h. Main, opp. Rosemont 

" Joseph, carpenter, h. 5 Warren 

" Maria A. Mrs. h. 5 Hale 

" Mary L. teacher, Walnut sq. school, h. Winona ave. 

" Perry C. farmer, h. Lowell ave. Scotland Hill 

" Sarah A. wid. of Albert S. h. Winona av. opp. Sagamore 

" Walter F. sole cutter, h. 120 Cedar 

" Willard S. farmer, h. Crystal, A. V. 
Burno Charles C. motorman, h. View, next River 
Burns Bernard, fireman, h. 18 Grove, Br. 

" Clarence, shoe cutter, h. 108 Main, Br. 

" George, shoemaker, h. 25 Myrtle 

" John, edge setter, h. 132 Franklin 

" John, shoemaker, b. 47 Oak terrace 

" John A. shoe cutter, h. 30 Primrose 

" William, b. ^Etna House 

" William, shoemaker, h. 47 Oak terrace 

" see Byrnes [do. 

Burpee Henry W. blacksmith, 7 Chestnut, Br. h. 6 Doane, 
Burr Mary E. widow of Henry O. h. 29 Pecker 
Burrell John, clerk, rms. 61 Emerson 
Burrill A. M. shoemaker, rms. 46 Washington ave. 

" Frank H. confectionery, h. 77 Merrimac, Br. 
Burroughs George L. shoemaker, h. 9 Chick ave. 
Burton George W. teamster, h. 1 6 Hilldale ave. 

" Mabel L. dressmaker, 126 High, h. do. 

" Robert, hatter, b. 25 Hancock 
Burtt Martha E. stitcher, rms. 99 Emerson [Sheridan 

" Winslow J. carriage repairing, 15 and 17 Court, h. 34 
Busfield Charles G. machinist, 72 Phoenix row, house 16 

Chestnut 
BUSFIELD JAMES, machinist, 72 Phoenix row, h. 
47 Main. See page 815 

" Jessie, widow of Walter, hairdresser, 234 Wash. h. do. 

" John, machinist's app. h. 234 Washington [Willie 

Bushee Simon, overseer, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. 35 

" see Boucher 
Bushey Mary E. widow, b. 49 Salem, Br. 
Bushway Charles A. shoemaker, h. 52 Columbus ave. 
Busk Charles, painter, rms. 3 Arch 
Bussell Lewis A. last sorter, h. 11 Shepherd 

NORMAN S. COLE, SS,r^ 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



B 



HAVERHILL 102 DIRECTORY 



Buswell Charles H. machine operator, h. 19 Madison 

" Emma, widow of Melvin E. h. 13 Nichols 

" J. Fred, laundryman, h. S. Cross rd. Br. 

" Mercie, h. 376 Water 

" Nancy S. widow of Daniel, b. 119 Main 

" Sarah A. widow, h. 60 White 

" William, b. 19 Madison 
Butler Effie M. teacher of piano, Cramm School of Music 
and Oratory, b. Main, c. 'Falmouth ave. 

" Elijah, shoemaker, rms. 48 Pecker 
BUTLER FREDERICK, painter, 22 Pleasant, b. 
41 Lincoln, Br. See page 16 

" Harry H. b. 436 Water [ave. 

" Herman W. (Butler & Holmes) h. Main, c. Talmouth 

" Jacob T. shoemaker, h. 76 Prospect, Br. 

" Jean F. veterinary, 12 Merrimac, Br. h. do. 

" John, laborer, h. 60 Fifth ave. 

" John, teamster, h. 11 Willie 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 7 Grand 

" Loren H. driver, h. 129 Kenoza ave. 

" Lottie, dressmaker, b. 16 Temple 

" Sarah J. Mrs. h. 44 Pleasant, Br. 

" Walter L. student, b. 436 Water 

" William H. foreman, C. K. Fox, h. 80 Prospect, Br. 

" William H. painter, 22 West, h. 27 Chestnut 

" W. Herbert, painter, 22 West, h. 436 Water 

11 & Holmes (Herman W. Butler and George N. Holmes) 

shoes, 7 Washington sq. [h. do. 

Butrick Arthur W. milk, Broadway, bey. Cong, church, 

" Susan J. widow of William P. h. 11 Grove 

" see Buttiick 
Butterfield Albert; rms. 3 Temple 

" Annie, drawing teacher evening schools and teacher 
painting, 91 Merrimack, b. 376 Washington 

" David L. shoe cutter, h. 376 Washington 

" Fred J. nautical student, b. 376 Washington 

" Frank, clerk, b. 376 Washington 

" Harry D. car conductor, h. 376 Washington 
Butters Ann E. widow of Silas, h. 60 White 

" Charles, h. 83 Main 

" Charles 2d, shoe repairer, 10 Court, h. 6 Plummer 

u Charles S. draughtsman, 69 Merrimack, h. 6 Plummer 

" Clarence E. baker, b. 7 John 

" George M. b. 65 Webster 

u R. G. Walker, inspector, b. 83 Main 



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Buttrick Ada F. Mrs. b. 37 Charles 

" Charles, painter, h. 37£ Charles 

" George, shoemaker, rras. 7 Orchard 

" Harry E. farmer, h. 143 N. Broadway 

" Herbert I. student, b. 37 Chailes 

" Howard, ins. agt. 91 Merrimack, b. 70 Jackson 

" see Butrick 
Butts Edward F. stock fitter, h. 4 Spring pi. 
Buxton Frank, shoe packer, h. 83 Groveland 

" Horace A. agent, 114 Washington 

" J. Frank, agent, 114 Wash. h. 18 Hamilton ave. 
Buzzell Andrew J. shoemaker, h. 126 Portland 

" Arthur E. market gardener, h. Liberty 

" Charles H. mach. operator, h. 2 Yeaton pi. 

" D. Albert, shoemaker, h. Elliot, n. Kenoza ave. 

" Edwin E. foreman, 356 River, h. 1 Marble 

" Elsie, bookkeeper, 206 Merrimack, b. 23 North 

" Ernest W. P. shoemaker, h. 23 North 

" Fred, farmer, b. I. H. Marble's, S. Cross rd. Br. 

" George A. agent, h. 9 Leroy ave. Br. 

" Mary A. E. widow of Charles H. h. 23 North 
Byard Charles, spinner, rms. 95 Emerson (3 

" George M. clerk, 8 Merrimack, h. 83 Fountain ^^ 

Byrnes Daniel J. shoemaker, rms. 3 Temple ^g 

Byron Augustine J. shoemaker, h. 45 Boardman -«^ 

CADMUS WILLIAM B. clerk, 9 Merrimack, h. 38 «gp 

Howard 
Cadorette Eusebe, carpenter, h. 6 Granville C3 

Cadzow ,salesman, 42 Merrimack C3 

Cafifrey Hugh C. (Caffrey & Welch) h. 2^ Swasey ■ 

" Matthew J. conductor B. & M. h. 120 High 

" & Welch (Hugh C. Cafifrey and Mrs. Sidney E. Welch) £ ^ 

variety store, 364^ Washington 3* X 

Cahill Annie, shoe stitcher, rms. 1 William w pi 

" Everett L. barkeeper, JEtna, Hotel, rms. do. jj «rj 

" Henry L. clerk, b. 20 Doane, Br. -< 5 

" John H. sole leather, h. 20 Doane, Br. £ jjj 

" John P. clerk, 36 Washington, h. 9 Lindel O CO 

" John T. boxmaker, b. 63 Locust 2 "* 

" J. Frank, clerk, 295 River, b. 20 Doane, Br. h PI 

Cahoon Alvin T. clerk, 38 Merrimack, rms. 59 Main jjj^ 

Calderwood Lewis W. Mrs. h. Amesbury road, bey. Whit- w £ 

tier rd. H "O 

Caldwell Elizabeth S. widow of William, h. 26 Portland 5 g 



HAVERHILL 104 DIRECTORY 



Caldwell Ellen, widow of Daniel, h. 3 Euclid, Br. 

" George H. b. 26 Portland 

" James, h. 103 Main 

" Louisa J. h. 53 Main 

" Lucy and Sarah P. b. 219 Main 
Calef Arthur A. clerk, Moses G. Calef's, Main, b. do. 

11 Harry, box cutter, rms. 78 How 

" Mabel, widow, h. 78 How 

" Margaret A. hairdresser, h. 22 Winter 

" Mary F. widow of Joseph J. h. 22 Winter 

" Moses G. grocer, Main. c. Rosemont, h. Main, opp„ 
Rosedale ave. 
Calhane Daniel, h. 58 Moore 

" Frank F. student, b. 58 Moore 

" Grace A. teacher, b. 58 Moore 

" John L. clerk, 27 Wash. sq. b. 58 Moore 

" see Culhane [ave. 

Call DariusT. Rev. pastor, Advent Christian, h. 1 Forest 

Callaghan John, foreman, S. B. McNamara & Co. h. 34 

Arch fders place, h. 95 Locke 

" Lawrence S. (S. B. McNamara & Co.) shoe mnfrs. San- 
Callahan Anna J. Mrs. dressmaker, 45 Moore, h. do. 

" Charles H. (E. C. Prescott & Co.) leather, 95 Wash, 
h. 194 Lawrence 

" Daniel, teamster, h. 24 Maple 

" Dennis, operative, rms. 235 Essex 

" Dennis Jr. driver, People's Ice Co. h. 65 Franklin 

" Ellen, forewoman, 86 Wash. h. 21 Sixth ave. 

" Ellen B. widow of Daniel, h. 42 Harrison 

" Henry F. h. 3 Dustin 

" Jeremiah A. sole sorter, h. 45 Moore 

" Jeremiah T. plasterer, h. 2 Maple 

" Johanna, widow of Jeremiah, h. 26 John 

" John, clerk, b. 82 Fifth ave. 

" John, laborer, h. 1 Bartlett ct. 

" John, laborer, h. 39 Lewis 

" John, shoemaker, h. Crocs rd. W. H. 

" John H. h. 6 J Locke, Br. 

" John H. (J. D. Callahan & Son) 212 Essex, h. North 

" John J. clerk, 124 Winter, b. 1 Bartlett ct. 

" John J. coachman, 8 Maple ave. h. 115 Main [Essex 

" J. D. & Son (John H. Callahan) blacksmiths, 212 

" Kate, clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 61 Fountain 

" Lillian, paper box maker, rms. 61 Emerson 

" Lot, b. 115 Main 



HAVERHILL 105 DIRECTORY 



Callahan Margaret, milliner, 76 Merrimack, b. 61 Fountain 

" Mary Mrs. h. 8 Apple 

" Michael F. salesman, b. 1 Bartlett ct. 

" Michael M. shoemaker, 18 Merrimack, h. 61 Fountain 

" Stephen J. clerk, 145 Merrimack, h. 61 Fountain 

" Timothy, ins. agt. h. 82 Fifth ave. 

" William A. clerk, 69 Merrimack, and pool, 185 Winter^ 
h. 61 Fountain 

" William F. h. 9 Thorndike 

" William F. eyeletter, h. 18 Locke, Br. 
Callaway James Mrs. h. 23 Dudley 
Calumet Club, 47 Merrimack 
Cameron John D. coachman, h. 268 Wash. 
Cammett Charles W. h. 6J Fountain 

" C. Woodbury, clerk, 23 Water, h. at Groveland 

" Fred A. farm hand, h. 790 E. Broadway 

" John H. driver, People's Ice Co. h. 69 Fountain 
Camp Abraham, clerk, 185 J Merrimack, rms. 12 Essex 
Campbell Alexander G. painter, 2 Pleasant, Br. rms. 3. 
Orchard 

" Alma E. Mrs. h. Merrill's ct. 

" Angus, shoe worker, b. 21 Pilling 

" Catherine, widow of William, h. 241 Washington 

" Harry B. whol. produce, 175 Essex, b. 289 Main 

" Hugh, shoemaker, h. 16 Gilbert ave. 

" James, clerk, JEtna Hotel, rms. do. 

" John C. heel mnfr. h. 51 Pleasant, Br. 

" John H. shoemaker, h. 21 Pilling 

" Lyman L. clerk, 58 White, h. 13 Lincoln, Br. 

" Thomas W.. machinist, Davis pi. h. 160 Webster 
Canane Annie A. widow of David, h. 237 Winter 

" James D. student, b. 6 New 

" Margaret, clerk, b. 6 New 

" Michael F. carpenter, h. 6 New 
Canney Alice G. bookkeeper, 58 White, h. at Groveland 

" C. Albert, clerk, 58 White, b. 26 Cedar 
Canning James, shoemaker, h. 15 John 

" Patrick W. edge setter, h. 4^ Observatory rd. 
Cannon Alphonso Mrs. h. 145 River 
Canton Patsy, shoemaker, h. 56 River 
Cantwell Ernest, operative, b. 37 High 

" Nellie J. widow of William J. h. 37 High 
Caouette Joseph, shoemaker, b. 6 LeBlanc 
Capeles Michael F. shoe trimmer, h. 40 Primrose 
Capello Jacob, hatter, h. 22 River 




Business and Shorthand. >rhone us for office nei P . 



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Capen Annie, widow of Edward, h. 51 Highland ave. 
Capron Arthur H. clerk, 14 Fleet, b. 37 Pleasant, Br. 

" Darius, h. 37 Pleasant, Br. 
Carbone Alexander (Carbone Bros.) b. 57 River 

" Augustus (Carbone Bros.) h. 57 River 

" Bros. (Alexander, Augustus, Charles, John B. and Vic- 
tor) fruit, etc. 11 Wash. sq. and 115 Washington 

" Cecilia, widow of Giobuono, h. 57 River 

" Charles (Carbone Bros.) h. 57 River 

" James, fruit, 5 Water, h. 3 do. 

" John B. (Carbone Bros.) h. 57 River 

" Victor (Carbone Bros.) h. 57 River 
Carcamo Mary, widow, h. 323 Main 
Card Ezra M. laster, h. Lowell ave. n. Forest 

" Frank W. machinist, h. Amesbury rd. Nicholsville 

" Harry S. wood turner, 10 Pleasant, h. at Atkinson dept. 
N. H. 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 2 Orchard 
Carden Charles J. physician, 106 Fligh, h. do. 
Cardillo Guiseppi, shoemaker, h. 323 River 
Cardren Melvina, widow of Pierre, h. 209 Water 

" Pierre, b. 2 Eastern ave. 
Carey Carrie M. Mrs. matron, Bradford academy, b. do. 

" Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. 132 Franklin 

" Catherine T. and Mary E. h. 18 Franklin 

" Elizabeth, widow of Peter C. h. 41 Green 

" Emeline E. h. 92 Water 

" Eugene, foreman, 16 Wash. h. 39 Jackson 

" Euphemia, widow of Thomas E. h. 42 Main, Br. 

" Frank C. foreman, C. P. Bullen's, Hale, h. 27 Golden 

" Frank P. foreman, 365 River, h. 17 Ford 

" F. Howard, shoe cutter and musician, b. 17 William 

" Garrett M. heel mnfr. r. 116 Wash. h. 18 Primrose 

" James F. heel cutter, b. 1 Tremont 

" John, rms. 56 Central 

" John J. shoemaker, h. 43 Blossom, Br. 

" Mary, clerk, 39 Merrimack, b. 18 Primrose 

" Thomas F. h. 17 William 

" William T. shoe treer, h. 4 Spring pi. 
Carleton Albert G. (Lewis & Carleton) counter mnfrs. 42 
Phoenix row, b. 6 Maple ave. 

" Fannie C. prin. Bowley school, b. 5 W 7 ebster [ave. 

" Frank B. shoe mnfr. 15 Railroad sq. h. 21 Highland 

" Fred A. (agent) groceries, coal, etc. 164 Elm and 30 
Main, Br. h. Johnson, do. 



HAVERHILL 107 DIRECTORY 



Carleton George F. (George F. Carleton & Co.) h. 15 
Proctor 

" George F. & Co. (George F. Carleton and Albert H. 
Jennings) shoe mnfrs. r. 22 Phoenix row 

" George H. pres. Co-operative Bank and Pentucket 
Savings Bank, h. 6 Maple ave. 

" George N. salesman, 18 Merrimack, h. 14 Fountain 

" Harland E. beater out h. 10 Central ave. Br. 

" Homer J. student, H. U. b. 21 Highland ave. 

" Ida M. h. 6 Green, Br. 

" Laura T. widow of Isaac N. h. 142 Main, Br. 

" Moses H. carpenter, h. Main, n. fr. H. line 

" Paul W. b. 21 Highland ave. 

" Ralph A. clerk, 164 Elm, Br. b. Johnson, do. 

" Ralph H. student, b. 21 Highland ave. 

" Sarah L. widow of Rums, h. 61 Kenoza ave. 

" S. Willard, h. 13 Carleton ave. Br. 
Carley Rose, widow of Thomas, h. 7 Harrison 
Carlin John R. shoemaker, h. 1 Boston 

" Maurice E. shoe cutter, rms. 157 Winter 
Carlisle Charles A. (Smith & Carlisle) grocer, 422 Water, 
h. at Exeter, N. H. 

" James W. tinsmith, 13 Wash. sq. h. 10 Haseltine, Br. 
Carlton Austin, box maker, rms. 7 Henry 

" Margaret E. widow of Charles 2d, h. 7 Henry 

" Otis J. law clerk, IT 5 Merrimack, b. 25 Newcomb 

" Wilton H. h. 25 Newcomb 
Carmody John, mill hand, h. 2 Kimball 

" Julia, buyer, 42 Merrimack, b. 83 Emerson 

" Thomas, stock fitter, b. 41 Lewis 
Carney James E. farm hand, 45 Broadway, b. do. 
Caron Didace, shoemaker, h. 6 LeBlanc 

" Hercule, hostler, 25 Fleet, rms. 27 How 

" J. Victor, shoe cutter, rms. 91 Merrimack 

" Laura, widow of Theodore, h. 188 Water 
Carpenter Jane M. widow of Sidney A. h. 101 Water 

" John, shoe cutter, rms. 174 Merrimack 

" Nettie, bookkeeper, 11 Railroad sq. b. 27 Green 

" Mary A. h. 336 River [road sq. h. 27 Green 

" Salem I. prop. Union Wholesale Grocery Co. 11 Rail- 
Carr Albert, stock fitter, rms. 33 Emerson 

" Almus B. h. 242 Washington 

" Benjamin W. Mrs. h. 17 Merrimack, Br. 

" Bernice D. clerk, 27 Merrimack, b. 24 Franklin 

" Charles H. shoemaker, h. River rd. n. Main, R. V. 

SEG-: ..... H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 1CH DIRECTORY 



Carr Charles P. carriage painter, Merrill's ct. h. 33 How 

" David, laster, h. 23 Merrimac, Br. 

" Edward F. shoemaker, h. River rd. n. Main, R. V. 

" Frank S. hack driver, h. 23 Ashland 

" Fred C. h. 19 Orchard [Columbia pk. 

" George E. (Hodgdon & Carr) 147 Merrimack, h. 14 

" Hosea B. teamster, b. 8 School 

" Joseph, driver, b. 19 Orchard 

" Joseph H. shoe mnfr. River rd. E. P. h. do. 

" Lydia S. Mrs. h. 14 Elm 

" Nellie C. dressmaker, 242 Washington, h. do. 

" Olive H. Mrs. dressmaker, 242 Washington, h. do. 

" Robert G. h. 39 Highland ave. 

" Samuel Jr. shoemaker, h. 8 School 

" William, coachman, 13 North ave. rms. do. 

" Wilmot S. stock fitter, h. 47 Sixth ave. 
Carragher Alice, widow of Barnard, h. 100 Locke 

" Bernard, shoemaker, h. 31 Duncan 

" Patrick F. shoe cutter, b. 100 Locke 
Carrick John, farm hand, h. 74 Main, Br. 
Carnere Douglass, shoemaker, h. 47 Bellevue ave. 
Carrigg John J. laundry, 37 Emerson, h. 1 Dustin pi. 

" Sarah A. widow of Patrick, h. 100 Locke 

" William, ironer, b. 100 Locke 
Carrington James B. heel cutter, h. 81 Kimball, Br. 
Carroll Edward, student, b. 215 Winter 

" John F. laster, b. 57 Charles 

" John J. shoe cutter, b. 215 Winter 

" Mary, widow of Patrick B. h. 57 Charles 

" Roger H. hairdresser, 211 Winter, h. 215 do. 

" Thomas F. liquors, 50 Essex, h. 24 Webster 

" William F. laster, b. 57 Charles 
Carrow Mark D. harness mnfr. 9 Main, h. 57 Highland av. 
Carter Alice Mrs. 55 Merrimack, h. 62 Auburn 

" Charles, waiter, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 18 Mill 

" Edward F. box nailer, h. 5 Baldwin 

" Frank, h. 17 Eleventh ave. 

" Frank, hat worker, h. 209 River 

" Fred O. laster, h. Amesbury rd. Nicholsville 

" George H. sec. 24 Duncan, h. 5 Richmond 

" Grant, shoe cutter, rms. 157 Winter 

" Ira E. driver, 23 Hale, b. 59 Main 

" Ira H. (Carter, Russell & Co.) h. 354 Main 

" James, h. 21 Hancock 



HAVERHILL 109 DIRECTORY 



Carter John F. men's furnishings, 19 Washington sq. h. 
116 Fountain 

" John W. rms. 77 Emerson 

" Loren E. heel maker, b. 124 Emerson 

" , Russell & Co. (Ira H. Carter, Ernest N. Gilman and 
Howard N. Kimball) Haverhill and Boston Express, 
23 Hale and 90 Merrimack 

" Theodore P. shoemaker, h. 12 Jackson 

" Ulysses G. milkman, Broadway, n. Lake, h. do. 

" Vernon, driver, 113 Washington, rms. do. 

" Wallace W. blacksmith, 40 Oak, h. 34 Pleasant 

" William, laster, h. 5 Temple pi. 
Cartier Adelard, nailer, h. 24 Hilldale ave. 

" Clara, widow of Joseph, h. 28 Hillside 

" John B. shoemaker, h. 34 Hall 

" Louis, shoemaker, h. 60 High 
Cartwright Everett B. trav. salesman, b. 9 Cedar 

" Kate A. widow of Edmund G. W. h. 9 Cedar 
Carver Frances A. dressmaker, 12 Arlington, b. do. 
Casazza Anthony, shohmaker, b. 4 LeBlanc 

" Edward J. shoemaker, h. 4 Le Blanc 

" John, fruit, etc. 73 Essex, h. 77 do. 

" Joseph, pedler, h. 4 LeBlanc 

" Michael, fruit, 159 Washington, h. do 

" Victor, siioemaker, h. 4 LeBlanc 
Case Annie B. teacher, Portland st. school, b. 16 Arlington 

" George, clerk, b. Middle rd. n. Cong, church 

" George B. shoe mnfr. 59 Wingate, h. 76 Arlington 

11 George W. hatter, h. 70 Prospect, Br. 

" Hannibal G. h. 39 Webster 

" Isabella, paper box maker, rms. 34 Grand 

" Millard, leather sorter, b. Middle rd. n. Cong, church 

" R. E. foreman, 356 River, rms. 472 Washington 

" Simeon A. teamster, h. Middle rd. n. Cong, church 

" William B. shoe cutter, b. 39 Webster 
Casey Daniel, h. 143 Eighth ave. 

" Ellen, widow of James, h. 6 Kimball 

tl Ellen F. widow of Maurice, h. 20 Orchard 

" James J. laborer, h. 13 Lancaster 

" John, shoemaker, b. 20 Orchard 

" John W. machinist, h. 51 Ayer 

" Maurice F. state fire marshal's aid, h. 60 Cedar 

" Patrick, laborer, h. Brown's lane 

" William J. clerk, 124 Washington, b. 208 Winter 
Cashin Richard, morocco worker, h. 215 Winter 



MIAN S. COLE, 



CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People'.* Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 110 DIRECTORY 



Cashman Ellen, widow of John, h. 36 Lancaster 

" Jeremiah J. at 88 Washington, b. Noyes 

" John, teaming, Noyes, h. do. 

" Michael J. teamster, Noyes, b. do. 
Cass Frank W. shoemaker, h. 295 Lowell ave. 

" Samuel E. (S. E. Cass & Co.) h. 195 Washington 

" Seth W. shoemaker, h. r. 44 Judson 

" S. E. & Co. (Samuel E. Cass and Frank W. Hanscom) 
bicycles and repairing, 6 River 
Cassidy James H. carpenter, h. 3 Cliff 

" Peter, h. Broadway, A. V. 
Castil Charles, laster, rms. 169 Washington 
Caswell Albert W., R. R. fireman, rms. 32 Wash. ave. 

" Arthur E. supt. Linwood cemetery, h. 37 Eastern]ave. 

" Augustus B. police, h. 43 Fernald ave. 

" James W. shoemaker, h. 2 Richardson pi. 

" Mabel Mrs. shoe worker, h. 29 Merrimack 

" Sarah E. widow of Charles A. h. 19 Auburn 

" Sarah H. Mrs. h. 149 Golden Hill ave. 

" Wade H. crimper, h. 149 Golden Hill ave. 

" William S. shoe stitcher, h. 3 Smith 

" William S. Mrs. massage, 4 Main, h. 3 Smith 
Cate Amanda A. clairvoyant, 136 Main, h. do. 

" Arthur E. mason, h. 65 Howard 

" Charles A. shoemaker, h. 217 Groveland 

" Charles E. clerk, 145 Merrimack, h. 130 Cedar 

" Clarence, shoemaker, rms. 3 Orchard 

" Forrest E. heel shaver, h. 18 Franklin 
CATE FRED H. mason and builder, 2 Clinton, h. 
do. See page 9 

" Gertrude I. clerk, 365 River, b. 4 Linwood 

" Harland E. reporter, Gazette, b. 4 Linwood 

" Harry R. clerk, 106 Merrimack, b. 36 Hamilton ave. 

" Ida, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 15 Summer, Br. 

" James L. counter maker, b. 4 Linwood 

" Joseph P. h. 136 Main 

" J. Edgar, R. R. engineer, h. 5 Leroy ave. Br. 

" Lucy A. widow of Olin L. teacher, N. Main st. school, 
h. 63 Howard 

" Luther J. mason, h. 4 Linwood 

" Nancy S. widow of Isaac, h. 95 Main 

" William E. shoe cutter, h. 15 Summer, Br. 
Cater Isaiah, wood heel maker, h. 15 Water 
Catman Louis, hat worker, rms. 245 Essex 
Catudal Annie C. dressmaker, 40 Franklin, b.do. 



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Catudal Arthur, clerk, 16 Emerson, b. 40 Franklin 

" A. Blanche, nurse, Hale hospital, b. do. 

" Samuel, carpenter, 204 Essex, h. 40 Franklin 
Cavan Daniel, laborer, h. 68 Fifth ave. 

" Jeremiah, stone mason, h. 20' York 

" John, city laborer, h. 82 Franklin 

" Margaret M. stenographer, 212 Merrimack, b. 20 York 

" Timothy, stone mason, h. r. 9 York 
Cavanaugh Catherine, clerk, 42 Merrimack, rms. 7 Franklin 
CAVERLY BROS. (Samuel A. and Geo. F. Caverly) 
machinists, 148 Washington. See page 815 

" Dana, shoemaker, b. 43 Moore 

" George F. (Caverly Bros.) machinist, h. 148 Wash. 

" John B. foreman, h. 44 Minth ave. 

" Samuel A. (Caverly Bros.) machinist, h. 8 Talmouth av. 
Cawley Ernest G. physician, 273 Washington, h. do. 
Cemmarotta John, laster, b. 226 Washington 

" Vincenzo, laborer, h. 226 Washington 
Central District Court of Northern Essex, City Hall bldg. 
Cerat Albina E. clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. 177 Water 

" Cyrille (Cerat & Bonin) h. 22 Hancock 

" Cyrille J. shoemaker, h. 30 Green 

" Frederick, laster, h. 179 Water *&& 

" Jacob, shoemaker, h. 177 Water S3 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 22 Hancock ^6 

" Louis, shoemaker, h. 12 Grove — 

" Rose D. clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. 179 Water SB 

" & Bonin (Cyrille Cerat and Magliore Bonin) shoe con- —- ^ 
tractors, 50 Wingate !™J~ 

" see Surette J"* 

Chabot Elzear, shoemaker, h. 131 Lafayette sq. 

" Henry J. shoemaker, h. 9 Gilbert ave. ^ 

11 Napoleon, h. 29 Bartlett c -I 

Chadwick Benjamin P, h. 15 Doane, Br. ^ * 

* " Ella M. teacher, East school, b. 15 Doane, Br. m m 

" Harrison E. clerk, h. 10 Salem, Br. » 2 

" Matilda H. widow of George W. b. 15 Leroy ave. Br. J* 2 

CHADWICK WARREN B. cream, 19 Eleventh a PI 

ave. h. do. People's Tel. 216-3. See page 73 2 2} 

Chaluk Vartagas (Loosoian & Co.) rms. 356b Wash. * 

Chamberlain Augustus D. edge setter, h. 21 Locke, Br. xS 

" William Z. box maker, b. 21 Locke, Br. m c 

Chamberlin Lewis C. shoemaker, h. 95 High JJ ^ 

Chambers Benjamin F. clerk, 97 Cedar, h. 44 Ninth ave. > p) 
Champagne Henri, shoe cutter, h. 63 Pilling Jjj Q 



HAVERHILL 112 DIRECTORY 



Champagne Louis, laster, b. 63 Pilling 
Champion William, motorman, rms. 7 Sheridan 
Champney Mary J. Mrs. dressmaker, 107 Portland, h. do. 
Champoux Joseph, shoemaker, h. 26 Green 
Chandler Abbie F. music teacher, 10 Union, h. do. 

" Charles W. insurance, B. h. 11 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Frank, student, b. 11 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Henry F. paper, twine, etc. 30 Wash. h. at Lawrence 

" Jennie Mrs. shoe stitcher, rms, 34 Grand 

" John F. sole cutter, h. 10 Greenleaf, Br. 

" J. Franklin, stiffening molder. b. 10 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Levina, widow of Jonas O. h. 34 Kent 

" Sarah E. widow of Abner W. h. 10 Union 
Channell Howard, grocer, 41 Main, h. 6 Tenth ave. 

" William D. clerk, 94 Wash. rms. 45 Columbia park 
Chapdelain Adelard, shoemaker, h. 23 Hilldale ave. 
Chapin Emily Mrs. b. 47 Sixth ave. [Pecker 

Chaples Amy Mrs. cigars, pool, etc. 3 and 5 Locust, h. 70 

" Charles D. mngr. 3 and 5 Locust, h. 70 Pecker 
Chaplin Fred, laster, h. 3 Brown 
Chapman Charles H. shoe dresser, h. 69 Merrimac, Br. 

" E. Frank, violin maker, 195 Water, h. do. 

" Fannie H. h. 59 Highland ave. 

" Geneva M. teacher, Walnut square school, h. 59 
Highland ave. 

" George C shoe cutter, h. 49 Greenville 

" George W. shoemaker, b. S. W. Chapman's, R. V. 

" Hamilton E. Rev. pastor Mt. Wash. Baptist church, h. 
398 Washirgton 

" Harry, ticket seller, Gem Theatre, rms. 14 Oak 

" Harry L. farm hand, b. 133 Broadway 

11 Helena M. bookkeeper, r. 44 Wash. b. 1 Eighteenth av. 

" Henry N. die maker, 146 Washington, h. 3 Marion, Br. 
CHAPMAN JOHN W. die mnfr. rear 44 Washing- 
ton, and (Haverhill Die Co.) 146 do. h. 1 Eigh- 
teenth ave. See back cover 

" Lavinia E. widow of John C. h. 9 Portland 

" Lewis C. farmer, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale 

" Mary E. Mrs. h. 59 Highland ave. 

" May A. cashier, 28 Merrimack, b. 41 Pleasant, Br. 

" Minnie A. clerk, 58 White 

" Oscar A. shoemaker, h. 67 Central, Br. 

" Samuel W. shoemaker, h. East Broadway, R. V. 

" Walter E. shoe cutter, h. 41 Pleasant, Br. 



William W. engineer, h. Main. cor. Marsh ave. 



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Chaput Agnes Mrs. dining room, 341 River, h. do. 

" Albert, grocer, 337 River, h. 341 do. 

" Alfred G. edge setter, b. 341 River 

" Alma, widow of Rock, h. 1 1 Federal 

" Arthur, stock- fitter, b. 10 Hillside pi. 

" Henry, shoe finisher, h. 10 Hillside pi. 

" Wilfred, stock fitter, b. 10 Hillside pi. 

" William, clerk, 337 River, h. 341 do. 
Chard Ernest E. foreman, 48 Wash. h. 31 Central, Br. 

" Florence M. bookkeeper, C. H. Cox, Br. boards 263 
Salem, do. 

" Franklin A. car conducter, h. 192 Salem, Br. 

" Fred H. stock fitter, h. 269 Salem, Br. 

" John H. carpenter, h. 263 Salem, Br. 

" Melissa R. widow of Edward F. h. 2 Dustin pi. 
Charest Victor, clerk, 139 Merrimack, b. do. 
Charles Fayette F. farmer, h. Oxford ave. W. H. 

" Herbert, box maker, rms. 7 White 

" Walter E. farmer, h. Boston rd. W. H. 
Charlesworth Edward (Charlesworth Power Plant Co.) and 
prop. Hotel Thorndike, 2 to 12 Washington, h. do. 

" Edward Mrs. h. 122 Cedar 

" Harry P. student, M. I. T., B. b. Hotel Thorndike 

" Power Plant Co. 8 Phoenix row 
Charlie Goon, laundry 78 White, rms. do. 
Charlton George, shoemaker, rms. 24 Oak 
Charon Felix, shoemaker, h. r. 33 Hilldale ave. 

" Henri, shoemaker, h. 206 Winter 

" Philip, h. 144 Lafayette sq. 
CharouX Isreal, shoe finisher, h. 146 Lafayette sq. 
Charron Charles L. Rev. pastor St. John's French Gong. 

church, h. 28 Hilldale ave. 
Chase Abby H. Gardner, widow of Chas. W T . h. 49 Sumner 

" Abraham, pop corn, h. 6 Baldwin 

" Abraham O. driver, h. 29 Davenport 

" Abram W. shoe cutter, h. 18 Orchard 

" Alice Hall, h. 9 Highland ave. 

" Alice M. clerk, b. 73 Pecker 

" Annie H. clerk, 67 White, b. 28 Cedar 
CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, electrician and electri- 
cal engineer, 84 Washington, h. 54 Summer. See 
page 807 

" A Gertrude, nurse, b. 112 Main, Br. 

** A. W. estate (Chase & Laubham) 1 Essex 

" Benjamin F. driver People's Ice Co. h. 27 Lawrence 




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Chase Benjamin L. h. N. Broadway, bey, Lake 

" Benjamin W. (People's Ice Co.) h. 33 Lawrence 
CHASE BKOS. (G. Frank and Herbert A.) stationers, 
printers, book binders and tag mnfrs. 37 to 41 
Washington. See page 814 

" Charlotte, widow of Charles T. h. 35 Vestry 

" Charles B. lather, b. 37 Charles 

" Charles Clayton, office 1 Essex, and (Stansfield & 
Chase) 8 Bridge, h. 9 Highland ave. 

" Charles H. assessor, h. 4 Mt. Vernon 

" Charles O. student, b. 33 Lawrence 

" Charles S. shoe cutter, h. 37 Green 

" Clifford H. b. 53 Summer 
CHASE DANIEL S. gen. agt. The Equitable As- 
surance Society of the U. S. 174 Merrimack, h„ 
215 Main. See page 814 

" David M. pool, 135 Merrimack, b. 11 How 

" D. D. estate (Chase & Laubham) 1, Essex 
CHASE D. D. LUMBER CO. (Charles D. Porter 
and Charles H. Croy) 9 Washington ave. c. Myrtle,, 
wharf r. 140 Merrimack. See page 821 

" Edwin A. shoemaker, h. 21 Fifth ave. 

" Elijah C. news depot, 9 Bridge, h. 34 How 

" Eliza, clterk, 42 Merrimack, h. at W. Newbury 

" Elizabeth M. widow of Frank H. h. 10 Pleasant, Br. 

" Ellen F. h. 70 Main 

" Ernest S. trav. salesman, h. 6 Baldwin 

" Flavius S. slipper mnfr. 62 Wash. b. 28 Saltonstall rd. 

" Frances E. widow of Abner B. h. 53 Main 

" Frank, express, h. 33 Williams, Br. 

" Frank A. hairdresser, 65 Wash. rms. 8 Victoria ct. 

" Frank H. trav. salesman, b. 12 Pleasant, Br. 

" Fred, aeronaut and painter, h. 26 Greenville 

" Fred B. clerk, h. 8 Fourth ave. 

" Frederick D. blacksmith, Forest, n. Lowell ave. h. 
Lowell ave. cor. Forest 

" George G. shoemaker, h. 26 Myrtle 

" George M. foreman, 120 Wash. h. 54 Hamilton ave. 

" George W. (Putnam & Co.) provisions, Main, cor. 
Water, h. 28 Mt. Vernon [h. 23 Arlington. 

" G. Frank (Chase Bros.) stationer, 37 to 41 Wash. 

" Harriet, widow of David E. h. 28 Mt. Vernon 

" Hattie M. R. Mrs. h. 42 Portland 

" Hazen M. h. 10 Arch 

" Helen A. widow of George K. h. 23 Arlington 



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Chase Helen M. b. 22 White 
" Herbert A. baker, 58 White, b. 28 Cedar 
4< Herbert A. (Chase Bros.) stationer, 37 to 41 Wash. 

h. 23 Arlington [Arlington 

" Herbert E. (W. S. Chase & Sons) h. Richmond, cor. 
" Ida L. bookkeeper, rms. 54 Sixth ave. 
" Iran Eaton, physician, h. 59 Park 
" James G. shoemaker, h. 4 Crown pi. 
" Jane P. widow of Rums L. h. 70 Main 
" John A. machine operator, h. 28 Cedar 
" John C. h. 73 Pecker 

" Julia F. teacher, Winter st. school, b. 37 Green 
" J. Harland, market gardener, h. Boston rd. n. Oxford 

ave. W. H. 
" Kate H. and Nellie G. h. 49 Summer [sor 

" Laroy S. (W. S. Chase & Sons) 93 Essex, h. 19 Wind- 
" Leonard W. laborer, h. 21 Hilldale ave. 
" L. Wilder, shoe mnfr. N. H. h. 117 Arlington 
" Mary A. widow of William G. h. 1 Ashland 
" Mary G. widow of Metaphor I. h. 37 Charles 
" Mary J. widow of David D. h. 28 Mt. Vernon 
" Mary M. Mrs. forewoman, Ira J. Webster, h. 44 

Jackson 
" Milton, inventor, h. 107 Main 
" Mina J. clerk, 98 Merrimack, b. 28 Cedar 
" Moses, collector, h. 9 Hale 
" Moses R. h. Whittier rd. cor. Amesbury rd. 
" Robert, stock roller, h. 96 Emerson [do. n. do. 

" Rufus A. shoemaker, E. Broadway, cor. Plaistow rd. h. 
" R. Stuart, 8 Congress, B. h. 53 Summer 
'* Salome J. widow of Moses, h. 215 Main 
" Sarah C. Mrs. h. 37 How 

" Sarah L. widow of Ephraim, h. 27 Kenoza ave. 
" Sidney M. illustrator, b. 4 Mt. Vernon 
" Stephen F. shoe mnfr. 62 Wash. h. 28 Saltonstall rd. 
" Stephen H. dentist, 3 Washington sq. h. 53 Main 
" Thomas M. (People's Ice Co.) Concord, h. do. 
" Timothy D. farmer, and hulled corn, Lowell ave. cor. 

Forest, h. do. 
" William C. shoemaker, b. R. A, Chase's, Plaistow rd. 
" William E. clerk, h. 6 Baldwin 
" William F. b. 1 Ashland 
" William H., R.R. conductor, h. 22 Howard 
" William J. (Chase & Colby) h. 2 Bragg ct. 
" William M. shoe cutter, h. 54 Sixth ave. 

coXZ' . H L TAYL()R & Cfl 

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Chase William O. (Chase & Richardson) h. 281 Main 

" William P. shoemaker, b. 28 Auburn 

" William R. shoe cutter, h. 51 Sixth ave. 

" William S. driver, h. 10 Dover [93 and 97 Essex 

" W. S. & Sons (Laroy S. and Herbert E.) shoe mnfrs. 

" & Colby (William J. Chase and James A. Colby) fish 
and oysters, 5 Emerson 

" & Laudham (A.W. and D. D. Chase estate and Samuel 
Laubham) office 1 Essex 

" & Richardson (William O. Chase and A. George Rich- 
ardson) provisions, 159 Winter 
Chashoudian Gregory H. tailor, 56 Merrimack and 1 
White, h. 21 Kent 

" Harry, tailor, 1 White, h. 61 Pecker [Broadway 

Chateauneuf Celina, stitching room, Sanders pi. h. 36 

" Emma, h. 36 Broadway [Bartlett 

Chaumont Clinton A. salesman, 76 Merrimack, h. 23 
Checker Club, 30 Merrimack 
Cheek Robert B. shoemaker, h. 32 Elm 
Cheeseman William W. coachman, 388 Main, h. 19 Dexter 
Cheever Horace W. farmer, h. 636 Washington 
Cheinstein Morris, produce, h. 468 Washington 
Chellis Beatrice V. Mrs. h. 4 Pecker st. ct. 
Cheney Edward A. shoe cutter, h. 1 Bragg ct. 

" Elizabeth, bookkeeper, 85 Wash. b. 15 Doane, Br. 

" Frederick A. office 20 Locust, h. 323 Main 

" Perley C. J. h. 14 Macon ave. 

" Richard R. N. teamster, h. 15 Ferry, Br. 

" Sarah, widow of Dr. Oscar D. h. 72 Main 

" William, shoemaker, h. 15 Doane, Br. 
Chepoll John, shoemaker, h. 3 Garfield 
Chernewsky William, clerk, 117 River, h. 101 do. 
Cherner Louis C. laborer, h. 6 Richardson pi. [Pecker 
Cherrington Kenneth G. veterinarian, 25 Fleet, rms. 36 
Chesley Arnold, trav. salesman, h. 15 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 15 Oak 

" Edward M (Chesley & Rugg) h. 4 Richmond 

" Frances A. widow of James E. h. Oxford, n. Main 

« George W., R. R. engineer, h. 669 Main 

" James H. trav. salesman, b. 15 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Nellie, h. 45 Washington ave. 

" & Rugg (Edward M. Chesley and Wm. A. Rugg) shoe 
mnfrs. 83 and 85 Washington 
Chiappe Frederick, lunch, h. 131 River 
Chick Bros. (William M. Chick) shoe mnfrs. 356 River 



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Chick Edward, shoemaker, b. 8 Marble 

" Elizabeth Mrs. h. 8 Marble 
CHICK LAMONT H. pres. Merchants National 
Bank, h. Johnson, c. Mill. See page 4 

" William M. (Chick Bros.) h/403 Washington 
Child Albert M. law student, 91 Merrimack, h. 46Arlington 

" Margaret A. Mrs. h. 32 Washington ave. 
Childs George A. (Dole & Childs) 39 Main, and (Charles 
A. Jaques & Co.) 10 Stage, h. 35 Mt. Vernon 

" Walter M. (Smith & Childs) shoe contractor, 138 Wash, 
h. 33 Pleasant 
Chin Fong, laundry, 32 Locust, h. do. 

" Fung, laundry, 183 Elm, Br. rms. do. 

" Sing, laundry, 60 Emerson, rms. do. 
Chisholm Charles, shipper, b. 120 Winter 

" John, lineman, b. 119 Emerson 

" Moise, hatter, b. 78 Lafayette sq. 
Chissnell Ann, widow of Richard, h. 7 Tremont 

" R. Henry, heeler, h. 7 Ashworth ter. 
Choate Guy W. shoemaker, h. 3 Shepherd 

" James H. carpenter, h. 51 Westford 

" John, farm hand, A. W. Butrick, Broadway, b. do. 
Chooljian Nshan H. fruit, 65 White, h. 32 Hillside 
Chouniard Peter, box maker, h. 5 Lafayette ave. 
Chrigstrom Fred W. farm hand, b. W. A. Chrigstrom's 

" John A. teamster, 142 Essex, b. W. A. Chrigstrom's 

" William A. farmer, h. Lowell ave. n. Methuen line 
Christesen Henry, shoe cutter, h. 191 Kenoza 

" Lewis, clerk, 2b Walnut, h. 34 North 

" Samuel, farmer, h. 179 Kenoza 
Christian Endeavor Sewing School, 35 Merrimack 

" Joseph W. dry goods, B. h. 43 N. Broadway 

" William M. carpenter, h. 288 Washington 
Christie George W. (Hunking & Christie) 1 Merrimack, h. 
1 1 Chadwick, Br. 

" Robert C. coachman, 403 Main, h. 4 Eighth ave. 
Christopher James H. gen. agt. 72 Merrimack, house 34 

Arlington 
Christopherson Fred H. clerk, 58 White, b. 39 Cedar 

" James F. clerk, 16 Water, b. 39 Cedar 

" James R. mariner, h. 39 Cedar 
Church Albert A. foremam, 37 Wash. h. 48 Arlington 
Churchil Emanuel, tailor, 3 White, h. 16 South 
Churchill Byron, laborer, h. Hyatt ave. Br. 

" Hattie, nurse, Hale Hospital, b. do. 

NORMAN S. COLE, SSS 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. Shop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



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Churchill Sarah, nurse, Hale Hospital, b. do. 

Chute Elbridge G. bookkeeper, 193 Wash. h. 12 Ford 

Chykin Moses, clothing, 26 River, h. 4 Currier pi. 

Cicco G. laborer, h. 5 Autumn 

CITIZENS CO-OPERATIVE BANK, J. W. 

Goodwin, treas. 81 Merrimack. See page 8 
City Band, 30 Merrimack 
CITY FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK, Geo. 

W. Noyes, treas. 46 Washington. See page 10 
Clancy Bartholomew, shoemaker, h. 69 Franklin 

" Bryan, laborer, h. 3 Vernon, Br. 

" John J. rms. 56 How 

" Joseph C. shoemaker, h. 138 High 

" Peter A. heel cutter, h. 13 Pleasant 

" Philip, hatter, h. 23 Charles 

" William, shoe packer, rms. 212 Merrimack 
Clapper Eugene, shoe cutter, b. Mrs. L. E. Richardson's, 
Neck rd. XV. H. [Linwood 

Claridge William A. plumber, 27 Phoenix row, h. 98 

" William A. Jr. plumber, h. 384 E. Broadway 
Clark Abraham L. carpenter, h. 58 Jackson 

" Alley, shoemaker, h. Cogswell 

" Benjamin R. shoe counter mnfr. 59 Wingate, h. Tal- 
mouth ave. n. Main 

" Blanche A. tailoress, 32 Main, rms. 69 Summer 

" Calvin M. Rev. pastor Centre Cong, church, h. 22 
Webster [cor. M, W. H. 

" Charles Rev. pastor Ward Hill Cong, church, h. L, 

" Charles H. clerk, 31 Merrimack, h. 42 Sheridan 

" Charles L. carpenter, h. 69 Summer 

" Edward W. stable, r. 42 Emerson, rms. 17 White 

" Ella C. Mrs. h. 23 Arch ave. 

" Ellen, h. 10 Park [Ferry, do. 

" Frank A. shoemaker and cigars, 11 Main, Br. h. 6 

" George B. shoemaker, rms. 35 Wash. ave. 

" George E. heel cutter, h. 9 Arch [Arlington 

" Howard L. (J. H. Winchell & Co.) shoe mnfrs. h. 44 

" John, shoemaker, h. 77 Summer 

" John B. foreman, 62 Wash. h. 40 Riverside ave. 

" John Nelson, car conductor, rms. 51 Westford 

" Joseph J. painter, h. 5 South 

" J. Lewis, last maker, h. Chadwick rd. Br. 

" Lilla Mrs. h. 20 Dudley 

" Mae A. Mrs. h. 162 Water 
u Mary A. widow, h. 24 Grand 



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Clark Mary L. widow of Anson, h. 22 Webster #■ 

" Nettie, box maker, rms. 274 Washington ■«< 

" Richard A. (Richard A. Clark & Son) h. 36 Dudley 
" Richard A. & Son (Ricnard A. and William E.) gro-m* 
cedes, r. 36 Dudley gj 

" Robert, h. 316 Washington g" 

" Sarah A. widow of David, b. 19 Central, Br. mm 

" Sarah S. widow of John, b. 80 Main 

" Sue B. bookkeeper, H. E. Guptill, b. 55 Auburn **] 

u Thaddeus H. shoemaker, h. 63 Pecker g" 

" Victor W. W. shoemaker, b. 23 Arch ave. «ga 

u Walter P. manager, 89 Essex, h. Gile, n. schoolhouse « 
" Walter S. shoemaker, h. 23 High, Br. 
" Walter W. farmer, h. Cross rd. n. Ferry rd. W. H. am 

" Willard, fireman, h. 2 Orchard Jj 

" William A. electrician, h. 162 Water 

« William E. (Richard A. Clark & Son) b. 36 Dudley mm 
" William F. foreman, 91 Washington, h. 5 Pond, Br. a^ 
" , h. 65 Jackson [ ton S 

Clarke Greenleaf, auctioneer, 90 Merrimack, b. 16 Arling-^^ 
u Irene, teacher, Greenleaf school, rms. 11 Alien, Br. L^ 
" Israel J. physician, 112 Emerson, h. do. g 

" Maurice D. physician, 10 Newcomb, h. 8 do. ■* 

Clay Arthur G. shipping clerk, 30 Main, h. 17 Eleventh av. 
" Charles R. painter, 42 Oak, h. 56 Auburn 
" Harvey M. h. 2 Pecker st. ct. jgs^ 

" Henry W. sole cutter, h. 26 Greenville «j 

" Mary F. widow of Charles D. housekeeper, 34 Grand ^0 
" William H. b. 2 Pecker st. ct. «Sl 

Cleary William F. mason, 21 Blaisdell, h. do. 
" William P. clothes cleansing, r. 74 Merrimack, h. at S. ^^ 
Groveland mma* 

Cleaves Helen M. h. r. 42 Portland %L£ 

" Mary A. widow of Andrew, h. 32 Lewis a 

Clegg Emily, h. 16 Gro^e 

Cleland Arthur, lineman, b. 119 Emerson < 

Clement Fannie Mrs. h. 13 Pecker n m 

CLEMENT G COLBURN, physician, lSlMerri-O^, 

mack, office hours from 9 to 9.30 a. m. and 12 to 1, h C 

2 to 3, 7 to 8 p. m., Sundays 2 to 3 p. m. ; h. 4 © < 

Maple ave. * -< 

" James, upholsterer, 36 Merrimack, rms. 114 do. v m 

" John A. clerk, 56 Merrimack 2 Jg 

" Lucinda F. Mrs. h. Amesbury rd. n. Whittier rd. £j 8" 

" Millard A. clerk, 132 Essex, h. 30 Lincoln av. Cfi r 

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Clement Sewell, carpenter, 52 Essex, h. 17 Locke, Br. 

" W. Bradford, clerk, b. 30 Lincoln ave. 
Clemens Charles R. asst. foreman, 357 River, h. 9 Ford 

" Harry E. sole cutter, h. 18 Kent 
Cleveland George H. shoes, 18 Main, h. 184 do. 

" Paul, foreman, W. C. Lewis Shoe Co. h. 10 Fifth ave. 
Clifford John G. salesman, 42 Merrimack, h. 6 Ferry, Br. 
Clifton Mary A. Mrs. h. 20 Portland 
Clogston Charles, shoemaker, h. Whittier rd. 

" Harry W. shoe mnfr. 93 Wash. h. 27 Allen, Br. 

" Raymond B. student, b. 27 Allen, Br. 
Clohecy Daniel F. cigar mnfr. 80 Primrose, h. do. 

" Joseph, plumber, 117 Winter, h. at S. Groveland 

" Joseph M. shoemaker, h. 12 Arch ave. 

" William, dyer, h. 91 Primrose [Chick ave. 

" William H. prop. Bonair Cafe, 57 Merrimack, h. 1 
Clough Alice G. bookkeeper, 51 Merrimack, b. .100 Winter 

" Austin, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington sq. 

" George F. shoemaker, rms. 19 Orchard 

" Hannah, widow of Ira, h. 241 Main 

" Harry W. shoemaker, rms. 29 Essex 

" Herbert E. shoemaker, h. 57 High 

" John A. wood and coal, 55 Fleet, h. 5 Newell 

" Merril, hostler, 24 Locust, rms. 33 How 

" Nellie Mrs. h. 180 Main 

" Sarah L. widow of W. H. H. h. 7 Jackson 
Cloutier Alfred T. ins. agt. 91 Merrimack, h. 54 North 

" Hattie L. bds. 54 North 

•' Isaac, brick maker, h. off Main, n. Brick yard 

" Joseph A. salesman, 68 Merrimack, rms. 7 Franklin 
Cloutman Charles H. shoe trimmer, h. 18 Currier ave. 
Cluff Fred E. musician, rms. 63 Howard 

" Lucy widow of Daniel B. h. 17 Columbia Park 

" Milon O. shoe cutter, h. 17 Columbia Park 

" Warren A. B. letter carrier, h. 19 Mechanic 

" see Clough 
Coakley Dennis X. inspector of plumbing, City Hall 

" Michael B. laborer, h. 7 Warren, Br. [W. H. 

Coan William S. P. farmer, h. Boston rd. n. Andover line, 
Cortes William W. h. 20 Pine, Br. 
Cobb David H. b. 22 Salem, Br. 

" Fred, foreman, 70 Washington, rms. 22 Vine 

" May, bookkeeper, 26 Wingate, b. 109 High 

11 Norman O. collector, 58 White, h. 4 Rutherford 

" William H. clerk, 206 Merrimack, h. 22 Salem, Br. 



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Cobban Bros. (John C. Cobban) props. Haverhill Wall 
Paper Co. 160 Merrimack' [Groveland 

" John C. (Hav. Wall Paper Co.) 160 Merrimack h. at 
Coburn Abbie F. widow of Charles G. h. 7 Kenoza ave. 

" Albert H. driver, 155 Winter, h. 54 North 

" Albert L. shoe cutter, h. Seventeenth ave. 

" A. L. Mrs. shoe stitching, 31 Wash. h. Seventeenth av. 

" Carrie, widow of Frank F. h. 125 Winter 

" Susan R. widow of Moses L. h. 62 Auburn 
Cochrane Helen M. Mrs. dressmaker, 349 Wash. h. do. 

" John W. shoemaker, h. 4 Silver 
Cocraft Thomas, b. 31 Ashland 
Coddaire George H. clerk, 80 Lafayette sq. h. 25 High 

" John W. grocer, 80 Lafayette sq. h. 88 do. 

" Marie, shoe stitcher, h. 138 Winter 

" William H. clerk, 80 Lafayette sq. h. 21 Grove 
Coffey Catherine, widow of Martin, h. 40 Lindel 

" Daniel, operative, b. 170 Winter 

" James E. salesman, 13 Washington sq. b. 40 Lindel 

" Martin F. coachman, 41 Summer, b. 40 Lindel 

" Patrick J. gardener, park dept. b. Winnikennie Castle 
Coffin Abbie, shoe stitcher, h. 23 William 

" Arthur H. driver; 113 Washington, h. 52 Auburn 

" Charles, h. 35 Auburn 
COFFIN CHARLES H. bookkeeper and notary 
public, 270 River, h. 7 William. See page 806 

" Charles H. farmer, h. Middle rd. n. Cong, church 

" Clayton E. shoe cutter, h. 38 Jackson 

" David R. B. provisions, h. 79 Cedar 

" D. Laburton, clerk, 30 Main, h. 35 Green 

" Emily, widow, b. 165 Main, Br. 

" Esther L. Mrs. h. 9 Kent 

" Francis L. shoemaker, h. 10 Coffin ave. 

" F. Herbert, physician, 91 Emerson, h. do. 1 . 

" George A. carpenter, h. 14 Norfolk 

" George F. h. 114 Portland 

" Hattie, shoe stitcher, rms. 53 Main 

" Mary F. Mrs. nurse, b. 14 Baldwin 

" Samuel H. shoemaker, h. 10 Coffin ave. 
Cofran Lauriston, shoe cutter, b. 22 Moore 
Cogan Peter H. baker, 24 Main, h. 17^ Ashland 
Cogswell Charles E. marble worker, h. 14 Webster 

" Doane, inspector of provisions, h. 98 Main, Br. 

" George H. mngr. 118 Phoenix row, h. 26 Byron, Br* 

" Ida M. Mrs. (Cogswell Shoe Co.) h. 26 Byron, Br. 




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Cogswell John C. blacksmith, Rosemont, n. Main, h. do. 
corner Rosemont [Br. 

" Robert S. foreman, 118 Phoenix row, h. 28 Chestnut, 

" Shoe Co. (Mrs. Ida M. Cogswell,) 118 Phoenix row 
Cohan Michael, shoecutter, h. 12 Harrison 
Cohen Abraham, shoemaker, b. 30 Varnum 

" Hyman, shoemaker, b. 30 Varnum 

" Jacob, shoemaker, h. 1 Beach 

" Joseph, janitor, Jewish synagogue, h. 109 River 

" Joseph, laborer, h. 35 Ayer 

" Joseph, peddler, h. 30 Varnum 

" Louis, rags, h. 93 River 

" Simon, peddler, h. 38 Varnum 

" Simon, shoemaker, h. 136 River 

" Walter E. clerk, b. 109 River 

" , rms. 17 Vine 

Coker Carrie E. clerk, 20 Merrimack, b. at Georgetown 
Colbath Albert P. clerk, 8 Merrimack, h. 4 Pecker 

" Charles W. shoemaker, b. 162 Water 

" Ella M. bookkeeper, 66 Essex, rms. 40 Mechanic 

" Frank L. glazier, 11 Wingate, h. 18 Hancock 

" George W. edge setter, h. 34 Temple 

" Irving W. telegrapher, B. & M. sta. Br. rms. 3 Dustin 

" Sadie A. Mrs. shoe stitcher, h. 2 Lindel 
Colburn Abbie Mrs. b. Peabody, n. Kimball 

" Charles H. heel cutter, h. 27 Ferry, Br. 

" Josiah, h. 16 Railroad, Br. 

" Josiah V. painter, h. 43 Broadman 

( f Maurice H. produce, b. 43 Fernald ave. 

" Ned S. driver, 696 Main, b. do. 
Colby Abbie F. Mrs. h. 3 Charles 

" Albert G. button hole oper. h. 5 High, Br. 

" Abraham, shoemaker, rms. 25 Merrimack 

" Alice T. clerk, 206 Merrimack, b. 34 Nichols 

" Allison C. shoemaker, rms. 16 How 

" Annie Mable, clerk, b. 54 White 

" Caroline, widow of Alvin R. b. 20 Swasey 

" Caroline E. widow of Timothy, h. 64 How 

11 Carrie E. b. 320 Water 

" Charles A. machine oper. b. 24 Jackson 

" Eben, stock cutter, h. 76 How 

" Emily S. widow of Dr. Charles H. h. 55 Emerson 

" Florence E. clerk, 206 Merrimack, b. 34 Nichols 

" Florence M. clerk, D. D. Chase Lumber Co. b. 98 Main 

" Frank A. shoemaker, h. 58 Jackson 



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Colby Frank H. paying teller, Hav. Savings Bank, h. 8 
Byron, Br. 

" Frank W. apothecary, at B. h. 15 Colby, Br. 

" Franklin P. beater out, h. 24 Jackson 

" George H. foreman, 87 Wash. h. 69 E. Broadway 

" George W. I. laster, h. 19 Kenoza ave. 

" Hannah J. widow of Abram, h. 24 Jackson 

" Horace G. stock foreman, 17 Locust, h. 78 High 

" Howard W. trav. salesman, h. Amesbury, c. Plaistow rd. 

" Isaac, shoemaker, h. 13 Gilbert ave. 

" James A. (Chase & Colby) fish, 5 Emerson, h. 64 How 

" James W. shoemaker, h. Wharf lane, R. V. 

" Jane, widow of Joseph K. b. 8 Byron, Br. 

" John A. agent, Duncan estate, 3 Water, h. 320 do. 

" John L. shoemaker, h. 9 Kent 

" Leorenzo D. shoemaker, rms. 60 Main, Br. 

" Lowell W. motorman, b. Stephen E. Colby's 

" Mary A. widow of Colman, h. 59 Webster 

" Mary E. widow of Samuel L. h. 92 Winter 

" Minnie M. widow of Ethan L. dressmaker, 116J Main, 
Br. h. do. 

" Norman, A. stock sorter, h. Rocks rd. S. H. 

" Percy, shoe cutter, b. Stephen E. Colby's 

" Richard G. cigars and pool, off Main, n. Wharf lane, 
R. V. h. do. 

" Sarah J. widow of John Q. A. h. 320 Water [R. V. 

" Stephen E. shoemaker, h. Plaistow rd. n. E. Broadway, 

" Stephen W. h. 4 Seventh ave. 

" S. Frank, clerk, 31 Merrimack, h. 59 Sheridan 

" Theresa, widow of Donald J. h. 34 Nichols 

" Wallace, shoemaker, h. r. 21 Walnut 

" Walter I. laster, b. 24 Jackson 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 98 Main 
Colcord Albert S. shoe cutter, h. Main, n. N. H. line 

" Ernest, shoemaker, rms. 5 White 
Cole Annie L. widow of William B. h. 25 Hall 

" Charles H. Rev. h. 78 Emerson 

" Chester D. engineer, b. 4 Kimball 

" Earle, student, b. 46 Allen, Br. 

" George E. shoemaker, b. S. C. French's, Litcomb 

" Harry J. (Peters & Cole) attoney-at-law, 195 Merri- 
mack, h. 59 Arlington 

" Henry H. forman, C. K. Fox's, h. Amesbury, n. Elliot 

" Herbert G. mailing clerk, P. O. rms. 25 How 

'" J. Frank, shoe cutter, h. 32 Arch 

i^XELJS. L TAYLOR &Hti. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



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Cole Martha D. Mrs. supt. 258 Wash. h. do. 

" Mary L. widow of Augustus K. h. 417 Main 
COLE NORMAN S. carpenter, r. 14 and 16 Lafayette, 
Br. h. 4 Kimball do. See foot lines 

" Otis Rev. h. 59 Arlington 

" Sarah A. Mrs. nurse, h. 6 Worthen pi. 

" Sarah M. widow of James S. h. 46 Allen, Br. 

" William B. h. 6 Worthen pi. 
Coleman May, shoe stitcher, rms. 2 Bartlett 

" Robert, stock fitter, rms. 177 Merrimack 
Colgan Henry, shoemaker, b. 12 Arch ave. 

" John, shoemaker, h. 12 Arch ave. 

" Richard, shoemaker, b. 12 Arch ave. 
Coling Walter, clerk, 61 Merrimack, b. Main 
Collard Isaac, shoemaker, h. 65 Bellevue ave. 
Colligan James, shoemaker, h. r. 247 W 7 inter 
Collingill Charles, stock fitter, h. 338 Groveland 

" George, wood heel maker, b. 338 Groveland 

" Hannah, widow of John, h. 148 Winter 

" Harriet, h. 89 Water 
Collins Ada R. S. widow of Elihu G. h. 62 Wash. ave. 

" Alexander D. provisions, Primrose, cor. John, h. do. 

" Alfred E. clerk, Hav. Savings Bank, h. 2 Silver 

" Almira, h. 3 Ringgold 

" Annie E. Mrs. b. 15 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Charles, porter, h. r. 59 Main [leaf, Br. 

" Charles H. law student, 195 Merrimack, b. 15 Green- 

" Dennis, blacksmith, 160 Lafayette sq. h. 34 Grove 

" Dennis, city laborer, h. 33 Hardline, Br. 

" Eugene, shoemaker, rms. 128 Merrimack [ave. 

" Franklin T. foreman, Hilliard & Tabor, h. 50 Brockton 

" Harry G. shoe fitter, h. 13 Observatory ave. 

" Harry P. clerk, rms. 2 Swasey 

" Henry P. shoe cutter, h. 26 Kimball, Br. 

" Herbert S. shoe mnfr. 62 Wash. h. 11 Macon ave. 

" Isabelle F. teacher, Peabody school, b. 2 Silver 

" John, bootblack, 191^ Merrimack, rms. 64 Essex 

" John, waiter, 64 Essex, rms. do. 

" John A. beater out, rms. 71 Water 

" John C. second-hand clothing, 68 Essex, h. do. 

" John C. stitching, Duncan, cor. Winter, h. 39 Byron, Br. 

" John M. (Melody & Co.) plasterer, 18 West, h. 145 
Cedar 

" John T. student, b. 54 Kimball, Br. 

" John W. shoemaker, b. 20 Ashland 



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Collins Joseph A. steam fitter, h. 2 Silver 

" Joseph H. shoemaker, b. 43 Kimball, Br. 

" Julia, dressmaker, rms. 26 P'ifth ave. 

" J. Frank, clerk, 193 Wash. h. 24 Hancock 

" Louisa Mrs. h. 3 Lafayette, Br. 

" Luther F. asst. supt. 91 Merrimack, rm. 47 

'• Margaret, widow of Major, h. 43 Kimball, Br. 

" Margaret A. widow of Christopher, shoes, 185 Merri- 
mack, h. 82 Emerson 

" Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 54 Kimball, Br. 

" Nora, widow of Michael J. h. 278 River 

" Patrick, morocco dresser, h. 34 Moore 

" Patrick E. laborer, h. 83 Main, Br. 

" Smith D. iceman, h. 28 Warren, Br. 

" Stephen S. shoemaker, b. 43 Kimball, Br. 

" Thomas E., U. S. A. b. 17 Burke 

" William D. physician, 26 Main, b. Eagle House 

" Willie G. shoemaker, rms. 2 Garden ct. 
Collins' Danville, N. H. express, 31 Merrimack 
Colloten George A. clerk, b. 95 Prospect, Br. 

" Peter J. gateman, end Elm, Br. h. 95 Prospect, do. 
Collum Ellen, widow of George H. h. 55 Sixth ave. 

" Herbert E. (Goodrich & Collum) 16 Winter, h. 
Main, bey. High, Br. 

" John, driver, Mill, c. Water, h. 39 Prospect, Br. 
Colombe Jeannette, clerk, rms. 27 Vine 
Colomy Eva W. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 25 Fountain 

" Oscar L. stitcher, h. 25 Fountain 
Columbia Cloak & Suit Co. (Gerson & Feinberg) props, 
cloaks, 175 Merrimack 

" Pattern Co. H. T. Plumstead, mngr. patterns, 112 Wash. 
Columbus Anthony, shoemaker, h. 199 River 
Colvin Peter A. heel cutter, h. 342 Water 
Colyer William, shoemaker, h. 47 Willie 
Comeau Albert J. hostler, 90 Lafavette sq. b. 4 Blaisdell 
COMEAU BASIL M. stable, also undertaker, 90 
Lafayette sq. h. 4 Blaisdell. See page 23 

" Edmond, box maker, h. 51 Hilldale ave. 

" Eli, carpenter, rms. 399 Washington 

" Elise, box maker, b. 29 Hall 

" Elise T. carpenter, h. 62 Bellevue ave. 

" Emile A. beater out, b. 10 Hillside pi. 

" James J. shoemaker, h. 5 New, Br. 

" James P. head waiter, 6 Fssex, rms. 12 do. 

" Joseph, blacksmith, h. 18 High 

NflMAN R firiT P CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

IIUILJILAII U. UUilJjj MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Odd Saslies and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 126 DIRECTORY 



Comeau Joseph, carpenter, h. 33 High 

" Joseph, painter, h. 216 Monument 

" Jules G. shoemaker, h. 3 High 

" Larry, teamster, b. 32 Howard 

" Lary, shoemaker, b. 65 High 

" Leo, teamster, b. Chadwick rd. Br. 

" Leon, plumber, h. Kingsbury ave. n. Hyatt ave. Br. 

" Nesefor A. shoemaker, h. 9 High 

" Nicholas L. carpenter, rms. 2 Blaisdell 

" Peter, hatter, rms. 17 Pecker 

" William J. bookkeeper, 90 Lafayette sq. b. 4 Blaisdell 
Conant Cleveland A. heel cutter, h. 34 Lindel 

" Charles E., McKay stitcher, h. 4 Vine 

" Priscilla, widow of Albert G. b. 726 Main 
Condon Charles, box maker, h. 68 Franklin 

" Ellen, widow of Michael, h. 73 Primrose 

" Garrett, shoemaker, 35 £ Harrison, h. 37 do. 

" Maurice, laborer, h. r. 241 Essex 

" William, shoemaker, b. 37 Harrison 
Cone see Coyne 
Conkling Harry, sole leather cutter, b. 43J Sixth ave. 

" William W. salesman, h. 43£ Sixth ave. 
Conley Edward S. shoemaker, h. 8 Grove 

" Frank M. beater out, h. 48 Grove 

" James S. shoemaker, h. 8 Grove 

" James S. shoemaker, h. 25 Harrison 

" John B. heel maker, h. 20 Primrose 

" Joseph F. shoe cutter, b. 25 Harrison [Harrison 

" Katherine A. bookkeeper, Murray Bros. Co. h. 25 

" Marland E. shoemaker, h. 9 Smith 

" Martin J. shoemaker, rms. 64 Essex 

" Thomas P. shoe cutter, h. 41 Fourth ave. 
Conlin Charles F. driver, 37 Emerson, b. 16 Stage 

" James W. bicycle repairer, 10 Water, b. 16 Stage 

" Margaret E. widow of William H. h. 16 Stage 
Conlon Charles H. foreman, 16 Main, Br. h. 24 Grove, do. 

" James E. shoemaker, b. 31 Kimball, Br. 

" James J. paper maker, h. 7 Grove, Br. 

" John, motorman, b. 31 Kimball, Br. 

" Michael J. coal and wood, 31 Kimball, Br. h. do. 

" Winifred, widow of John, h. 31 Kimball, Br. 
Connell James, morocco dresser, h. 58J Fifth ave. 

" James W. trav. salesman, h. 91 North ave. 

" John, shoe finisher, rms. 3 Orchard 



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Connell William J. clerk, 155 Washington, h. 5 Shepherd 

" see O'Connell J** 

Connelly Edward A. stock fitter, h. 21 Moore ^5 

Conner Carl S. motorman, h. 6 Florence ave. ^^ 

" Homer L. physician, 85 Emerson, b. do. ; office hours, mm 

until 9.30 a. m. and from 2 to 4 and G to 8 p. m. 

" James P. city messenger, City Hall, h. 1 Pentucket |T| 

" Kate W. h. 11 Nichols 

" William H. apothecary, 52 Winter, h. 8 Portland G) 

" W. Hayden, student, Dart. College, b. 8 Portland HH 

Conners Cornelius, laborer, h. 68 Fifth ave. 

" Jeremiah, laborer, b. 63 Fifth ave. ■■( 

" Michael, laborer, b. 63 Fifth ave. ^^ 

Connolly Edward J. morocco dresser, h. 42 Kimball, Br. «asg 

u Ellen, widow, h. 72 Primrose p - 

" Michael, laborer, h. 196 Winter CS% 

Connor Annie C. housekeeper, 101 Winter jgg 
" Arthur G. clerk, b. 64 Locke, Br. 

" Bernard, engineer, P. O. h. 22 Elm ffil 

" Ellen, h. 91 Broadway O 

" Frank shoemaker, rms. 33 Emerson C9 

" Hannah, widow of Jeremiah, nurse, h. 52 Harrison iC3 

" James Mrs. h. 64 Locke, Br. egg 

" James E. clerk, 17 6 Winter, b. 64 Locke, Br. 2 5 

" James S. carpenter, h. 91 Broadway Sag 
" John H. clerk, 6 Essex, h. 23 Fountain 

" Melnott A. clerk, 225 Wash. rms. 15 Jackson €3 
" Michael H. supt. Lennox & Briggs, h. 6 Blossom, Br. O 
" Samuel H. supt. h. 25 Kingsbury, Br. 

Connors Albert A. hand sewer, h. 43 Locke 
" Annie, widow, h. 19 Gilbert ave. 
" Annie E. stitcher, h. 83 Hilldale ave. 
" John J. cutter, h. 83 Hilldale ave. 

" Mitchell, molder, b. 14 Cottage < 

Conradson John, laborer, h. 36 Eastern ave. Cm 

Conway Edward F. floorman, 53 Wash. h. 75 Central, Br. z 

" Francis N. sole cutter, h. 469 Primrose O^ 
" Frank D. die maker, 146 Wash. h. 16 Prospect, Br. Jp 

" James W. trav. salesman, h. 38 Ninth ave. P 

" John, laborer, 199 Essex, h. r. 241 do. gg 

" John Jr. shoemaker, b. r. 241 Essex g-O 

" Michael, heel cutter, h. 87 Fifth ave. pH 

" William, shoemaker, b. r. 241 Essex " (0 

Coogan Alice, widow of Patrick, h. 8 Apple W 
" James H. baker, 24 Main, h. 3 Garden 



HAVERI1ILL 128 DIRECTORY 



Coogan Patrick, shoe welter, h. 1 Granville ct. 
Cook Abbott H. shoemaker, b. 27 Lawrence 

" Ansel, ironer, rms. 268 Washington 

" Catherine M. bookkeeper, Stevens M. T. & Sons Co. b. 
51 Harrison 

" Christopher C. carpenter, h. 11 Pleasant, Br. 

" Daniel E. laster, b. 22 Vine 

" David, helper, 24 Main 

" Elizabeth J. h. 35 Chestnut 

" Ernest F. sole sorter, h. 57 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Fred S. cook, b. 53 Merrimac, Br. 

" George A. treer, b. 5 Ford 

" George H. h. 5 Chestnut 

" George Ward, real estate and insurance, h. 106 Main 

" Georgiana, dressmaker, b. 25 Portland 

" Harry L. shoe cutter, h. 5 Chestnut 

u I. Jennie Mrs. dressmaker, 5 C. estnut, h. do. 

" John F. shoe cutter, h. 57 Bradford ave. Br. 

" John W. S. painter, h. 79 Central, Br. 

" Joseph D. carpenter, 28 West, h. 27 Lawrence 

" Julia A. Mrs. b. 119 Main 

" Lilla M. dry goods, 66 Merrimack, h. 5 Sixth ave. 

" Lillian, asst. bookkeeper, 17 Locust, b. 10 Freeman 

" Lillian J. h. 52 Water 

" Margaret, widow of Peter, h. 51 Harrison 

" Melvin O. shoe treer, h. 14 Cottage 

" Minnie S. clerk, 357 River, b. 10 Freeman 

" Samuel W. foreman, 30 Wingate 

" Stephen C. carpenter, h. 53 Merrimac, Br. 

" Thomas F. baker, rms. 51 Harrison 

" Thomas R. builder, r. 29 Water, h. 10 Freeman 

" William, h. 51 Harrison 

" William, sole cutter, rms. 61 Emerson 

" William A. laborer, b. Willis Rowe, North ave. 

" William H. carpenter, h. 49 Merrimac, Br. 

" William P. painter, b. 82 Water 
Cookas Joseph, shoemaker, h. 162 River 
Cooke Annette G. asst. 70 Merrimack, rm. 7, rms. do. 

" Herbert L. (Sloan & Cooke) provisions, 200 Merrimack, 
h. at Boston [h. 373 Washington 

" Thomas M. soles, counters, taps, etc. 46 Phoenix row, 

11 William H. Dr. surgeon chiropodist, 70 Merrimack, h.do. 
Coombs Charles, shoemaker, b. 28 Oak 

" Clarence S. (Coombs & Gilbert Furn. Co.) h. 445 Main 

11 John F. farmer, b. J. E. Coombs', Rockland 



HAVERHILL 129 DIRECTORY 



Coombs Josiah E. shoemaker, h. Rockland 

" Thomas, freight agent, B. h. 23 Howard 

" & Gilbert Furniture Co. (Clarence S. Coombs and 
George W. Gilbert) 13 and 19 Washington sq. 
Coon William M. shoemaker, h. 125 Elm, Br. 
Cooney Catherine, widow of Andrew, h. 20 Maple 

" Mary E. public stenographer, 103 Merrimack, b. at 
W. Newbury 

" see Couney 
Cooper Albert W. shoemaker, h. Wharf lane, R. V. 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 4 Little River 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 24 Oak 

" Clarence, rms. 23 How 

" Emma Mrs. cook, h. 1 Elm pi. 

" Fred L. bookkeeper, 29 Granite, h. at N. Andover 

" George N. Mrs. h. 48 Green 

" George S. engineer, h. Wharf lane, R. V. 

" James G. foreman, 2 Phoenix row, h. at Groveland 

" Mary J. Mrs. h. 83 Portland 

" Willard K. shoemaker, h. 43 Race 

" William, shoemaker, rms. 22 Jackson 

" William R. sole leather cutter, h. 5 Ashland 
Copp Candace M. widow of Charles O. h. 19 Ashland 

" Charles F. hatter, h. 6 New, Br. 

" Fred C. watchman, h. Brooks, bey. Altamont 

" Harry P. trav. salesman, b. 52 Water 

" James B. boxmaker, h. 16 Munroe 

" Jane D. widow of Isaac, h. 52 Water 
Coppen Emma, widow of John, h. 65 Munroe 
Corbett Addison J. collector, h. 53 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Albert J. fireman, b. 28 Willie 
Corbin Timotny Mrs. h. 80 Main 
Cordischi Donat, shoemaker, h. 154 River 
Cordrelli Patsy, puller over, h. 56 River 
Corey Edmund E. shoe cutter, h. 25 Pilling 
Corkery Margaret, widow of Stephen, h. 86 Primrose 

" Stephen, mill hand, b. 170 Winter 

" Stephen, mule spinner, h. 86 Primrose 
Corliss Arthur B. laster, h. 10 Hancock 

" George, farmer, h. 164 Broadway [Tenth ave. 

" John B. printer and publisher, 60 Merrimack, h. 7 

" Robert A. farmer, h. Broadway, bey. Lake 

" Samuel S. sole cutter, h. 144 Cedar 

" Sarah E. h. 25 Pleasant 
Cormier John W. mason, h. 1 Cliff 




Business an d Shorthand. >rh ne nsfor office nei P . 



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Cormier Wilfred, shoemaker, h. Hyatt ave. Br. 
Cornelius Jesse, farm hand, b. J. B. Sawyer's, Salem, Br. 
Cornellier Charles, clerk, 14 Emerson, h. 44 Hillside 
Cornetta Sabet, hairdresser, 57 River, h. 220 Washington 
Corning Sherburne L. canvasser, b. 12 Beach 
Cornish Thomas H. soles, etc. 59 Wingate, b. 29 Hale 
Corrigan Kate, widow, h. 1 Tremont 
Corriveau Odilon, baker, h. r. 221 Essex 
Corson Charles, student, b. 51 Webster 

" Dudley P. h. Hamilton ave. 

" John, salesman, h. 51 Webster 

" Monroe L. h. Hamilton ave. 

" Woodbury E. supt. 161 Water, h. 4 Carleton pi. 
Corthell Stephen, farm hand, b. J. B. Sawyer's, Salem, Br. 
Corwin Esther, widow of John F. T. h. Commonwealth av. 

" Frank J. letter carrier, b. Commonwealth ave. 

" Fred S. b. Commonwealth ave. 
Cosio Francesco, peddler, h. 135 River 

" Gusty, shoe worker, b. 135 River 

" Manuel, laborer, h. 56 River 
Costello James P. hat finisher, h. 12 Garfield 

" Michael, clerk, b. 49 Primrose 

" Miles, tailor, 32 Main, h. 69 Main, Br. 

" Nora, widow of James, h. 5 Marshall 

" Patrick J. clerk, b. 94 Primrose 

" Thomas F. (Costello & Shanahan) h. 29 Burke 
COSTELLO & SHANAHAN (Thomas F. Costello 
and Timothy E. Shanahan) undertakers, 210 Win- 
ter. See page 3 
Cote Achille, shoemaker, h. 173 River 

" Arthur, shoe worker, h. 347 River 

" Charles, machinist, h. 57 Sixth ave. 

" Cyrille, shoemaker, h. 30 High 

" George, shoe cutter, b. 67 Hilldale ave. 

" Henry, shoemaker, b. 347 River 

" Henry W. hatter, b. 23 Hall [67 do. 

" Honored shoemaker and cigars, 65^ Hilldale ave. h. 

" John B. shoemaker, h. 20 Hilldale ave. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 44 Hillside 

4< Theophile, shoemaker, h. 33 Jordan 

" Vila W. heel cutter, b. 33 Jordan 
Cotter Cornelius, shoe cutter, h. 229 Winter 

" Frank M. clerk, 111 Lafayette sq. h. 15 John 

" Garrett, laborer, h. 7 Warren, Br. 

" John F. clerk, h. 29 John 



HAVERHILL 131 DIRECTORY 



Cotter John J. laborer, h. r. 135 Elm, Br. 

" Nellie, clerk, b. 15 John 

" Patrick, laborer, h. r. 50 Harrison 

" William F. shoemaker, h. 57 Bellevue ave. 
Cotton Charlotte, widow, b. 23 Greenleaf, Br. 
Coughlan Dennis, teamster, 16 Main, Br. h. 11 Grove, do. 
Coughlin John, laborer, h. 28 Lewis 
Couilliard Albert O. salesman, b. 72 Central, Br. 

" J. Eugene, salesman, B. h. 72 Central, Br. 
C oulombe Edward, brickmaker, h. Main, n. Rosemont 
Couney Thomas F. hairdresser, 122 Wash. h. 50 Locke 
Courbron Max, brickmaker, h. Primrose, bey. Cemetery 
Courser Ella M. Mrs. h. 52 Merrimack 

" James, foreman, 77 Washington [ave. Br. 

" Merrill B. salesman, 28 Wingate, h. 19 New Hampshire 

" Nellie, rms. 7 Franklin 

" Oscar, foreman, rms. 59 Main 
Court Charles, shoemaker, h. 43 Varnum 

" Sam, shoemaker, h. 37 Ayer 
Courteau Oscar A. clerk, 18 Lafayette sq. b. 9 Blaisdell 

" Oscar G. variety store, 18 Lafayette sq. h. 9 Blaisdell 

" O. G. Mme. millinery, 160 Merrimack, h. 9 Blaisdell 
Courtemanche George, rms. 33 Hillside 
Courtney Fred J. heel mnfr. 150 Wash. h. 5 Tremont 

" Joseph, shoemaker, rms. 11 How 

" Thomas H. heel cutter, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale 

" T. A. heel mnfr. r. 98 Wash. h. N. Broadway 
Cousens Frank W. driver, ladder No. 1,131 Water, rms. do. 

" see Cusson 
Cousineau Ovila, baker, rms. 247 Essex 
Couture Eugenie D. clerk, b. 3 Cottage 

" Frank, clerk, b. 1 Lafayette ave. 

" Julia Mrs. millinery, 185 Merrimack, h. 3 Cottage 

" Lazare, photographer, 154 Merrimack, h. 3 Cottage 

" Rosealba, artist, 154 Merrimack, b. 3 Cottage 

" Xavier, clerk, 43 Lafayette sq. rms. 1 Lafayette ave. 
Cowan Harold I. optician, 5 Walnut, h. do. 

" Joseph, painter, h. 28 Varnum 
Cowdrey Sarah E. widow, h. 5 Newell 
Cox Ambrose W. shoe cutter, h. 17 Ferry, Br. 

" Charles H. hay, etc. 227 Winter and 17 Main, mill, 
Merrimac, Br. h. 48 How , 

" Edward H. clerk, 42 Merrimack, h. 75 Kenoza ave. 

" Emily G. bookkeeper, 63 Wingate, b. 4 Chadwick, Br. 

" Ernest W. printer, 7 Merrimack, rms. 59 Main 

SoXZ F ., H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 132 DIRECTORY 



Cox Henry F. hostler, G. H. Thurston, h. 189 Merrimack 

" James, shoemaker, h. 8 Kimball, Br. 

" James Jr. b. 8 Kimball, Br. 

" John T. laborer, h. 21 Warren, Br. 

" John T. manager, 6 Essex, b. 8 Kimball, Br. 

" Lester E. shoemaker, h. 29 William, Br. 

" Mitchell, laborer, b. 21 Warren, Br. 
Coyne Thomas (Leger & Coyne) 37 Essex, h. 212 Winter 

" see Cone and Cohen 
Crabb Anabell, tailoress, b. 52 Sixth ave. 

" Thomas, night watchman, 25 Ashland, h. 52 Sixth ave. 
Crabtree George W. clerk, 39 Main, Br. h. 46 do. 

" Sarah, widow of George, h. "35 Stage 
Crafts Albert M. clerk, 2 Merrimack, h. 90 Main, Br. 

" George H. chair seater, rms. 16 Fleet 
Craig John A. shoe packer, h. 12 Grove 
Cram Alonzo W. pres. 152 Merrimack, h. 135 Portland 

" Charles painter, b. 10 Spring pi. 

" Fred L. trav. salesman, h. 135 Portland 

" Margaret, shoe worker, h. 45 White 

" Milan C. h. 14 Westland ter. 

" Nelson shoe cutter, rms. 24 Portland [b. 135 Portland 

" William D. printing, 110 Merrimack, and treas. 152 do. 
Cramer Hyman ( Saibel & Cramer) tailor, 103 Merrimack, 

b. Ill Emerson 
Cramm Dorothy P. widow of Josiah B. h. 231 Lawrence 

" Helen L. prin. 91 Merrimack, h. 231 Lawrence 

" School of Music and Oratory, 91 Merrimack 
Crane Daniel, laborer, h. 221 Water 

" Dennis, coachman, 6 Maple ave. h. 57 Moore 

" George E. apothecary, 62 Emerson, rms. 82 do. 

" Howard E. shoemaker, rms. 25 Fifth ave. 

" John, b. 245 Winter 

" Peter J. clerk, 143 Merrimack, rms. 83 Emerson 
Cranshaw Carrie W. bookkeeper, r. 22 Phoenix row, b. 46 
Kenoza ave. 

" Mary E. widow of James W. h. 57 Howard 
Craven John, laborer, b. 215 Winter 

" Patrick, hatter, b. 169 Washington 
Crawford James, teamster, 8 Batchelder, h. 30 Merrimack 
Cray John P. hairdresser, 199 Merrimack, rms. 17 White 
Crayton Robert, heel cutter, b. 165 Essex 
Creed Patrick F. agent, h. 19 Hale 
Creighan George H. h. 23 Kimball, Br. 
Crepeau Adolphus D. h. 28 Hillside 



HAVERHILL V63 DIRECTORY 



Crepeau Lockline J. gateman, Wash. st. crossing, h. Emily, 
n. Pine ave. 

" Mederique, shoemaker, h. 5 Bateman 

" Remi J. trav. salesman, h. 47 High 

" Stanislaus, h. Bateman C. Lapierre 

" Stanislaus Jr. shoemaker, b. Bateman C. Lapierre's 
Crescent Cafe (Guy E. Sturgis) 191 Merrimack 
Cresine Cranswick VV. laster, h. North ave. bey. Gile 
Cressey Flora E. Mrs. stitching room, 62 Wash. h. Jasper, 

near Main 
Crimmin Charles Hollis, trav. salesman, h. 32 Pleasant Br. 

" Lester A. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 15 Central, Br. 
Crimmins Dennis, shoe cutter, rms. 82 Locust [line Br. 

" John H. carpenter, house Salem, n. Groveland 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 165 Essex 
Critchett John W. ede:e setter, rms. 20 Main 
CRITERION PRESS (THE) publishers, The Sat- 
urday Evening Criterion, 4 Main. See index 
Crittenden Harrison M. physician, 105 Winter, h. do. 

" Rufus A. Jr. driver, 37 Emerson, b. 105 Winter 
Crockett Ada B. reader, h. 10 Talmouth ave. [W. H. 

" Charles N. leather cutter, h. Ferry rd. n. the R. R., 

" Eliza A. widow of Charles P. h. 3 Seventh ave. 

" Fred H. asst. bookkeeper, Lennox & Briggs, house 24 
Arlington [Travers 

" George E. driver, G. H. Ellison's, Stevens, b. 5 

" George W. carpenter, h. 5 Travers 

" Helen E. seamstress, b. 3 Seventh ave. 

" Herbert, shoemaker, b. 5 Travers 

" Laura A. dressmaker, 10 Talmouth ave. h. do. 

" Lewis H. ice cream, 167 Water, h. 46 Eastern ave. 

" Martha A. widow of Frank S. h. 24 Arlington 

" Mary E. h. 10 Talmouth ave. 
Cromwell Melissa M. Mrs. milliner, rms. 53 Pecker 
Cronan Jeremiah F. shoe cutter, h. 162 Elm, Br. 

" Mary, widow of James, b. 162 Elm, Br. 
Cronin Andrew J. laborer, h. 89 Franklin 

" Bartholomew, shoemaker, h. 22 Fifth ave. 

" Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 3 Driscoll 

" Cornelius, teamster, Island Park Co., Br. h. n. do. 

" Cornelius Mrs. station agt. Island Park sta. h. do. 

" Dennis, laborer, h. r. 120 Primrose 

" James J. grocer, 5 Kimball, h. do. 

" Joanna, widow of Timothy, boarding house, 25 Lewis 

" John, teamster, h. 107 Primrose 

NORMAN S. COLE, ^Z^LU^i 

4 Kimball Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 134 DIRECTORY 



Cronin John J. coachman, 4 Windsor, h. 55 Moore 

" John S. teamster, 16 Main, Br. h. 24 Kimball, do. 

" Marcus, laborer, h. 44 Kimball, Br. 

" Michael G. foreman, 63 Fleet, rms. 128 Merrimack 

" Michael J. shoemaker, h. 3 Driscoll 

" Philip, coachman, h. 23 Charles 

" Timothy P. clerk, 283^ River, h. 5 York 
Cronk Arthur E. painter, r. 150 Merrimack, b. l l / 2 Warren 

" Frank B. carpenter, h. 71 Central, Br. 

" George R. painter, r 150 Merrimack, h.71Kimball,Br. 

" Winslow, painter, h. 1% Warren 

" W. Harry, last maker, b. \y 2 Warren 
Crosby Albert, rms. 72 Winter 

** Annie A. widow of Jeremiah S. h. 20 Locke, Br. 

" Arthur E. carpenter, h. 194 Main 

•' Fred R. bicycle repairer, b. 416 Water 

" George W. beater out, h. 21 Pleasant 

" Jacob N. carpenter, Crosby, next North ave. h. do. 

" Mary E. milliner, h. 416 Water 

" Minnie, stitcher, rms. 3 Walnut , 

" Nathan, agent, 108 Washington, h. 69 Central, Br. 

" Samuel, R. R. fireman, b. 20 Locke, Br. 

" William, motorman, rms. 567 Wash. 
Cross Annie B. h. 54 How 

" Charles E. restaurant, 24 Emerson, h. 31 do. 

" George R. shoe worker, b. 53 Broadway 
Crossland Uriah, foreman, 270 River, h. 368 Washington 
Crossley Freeman, beater out, b. 27 Frankiin 

" John, cloth finisher, h. 20 Primrose 

" Mary A. widow of Jonas, h. 27 Franklin 
Croston Clifford J. baker, h. 4 Lindel 

" Francis A. student, b. 83 Emerson 

" Francis C. heel burnisher, b. 52 Keeley 

" Francis E. (Croston & Proctor) h. 27 Prospect, Br. 

" Frank, shoemaker, 52 Keeley, h. do. 

" Jefferson, shoemaker, h. 11 Lincoln, Br. 

" Johanna, widow of William, b. 42 Kimball, Br. 

" John, gardener, h. 42 Kimball, Br. 

" John, hostler, r. 25 Main, rms. do. 

" John, laborer, h. 16 Primrose 

" John F. physician, 83 Emerson, h. do. 

" Mary A. and Annie, h. 16 Primrose 

" Susan, widow of Francis, h. 147 Main, Br. 

" William B. hatter, b. 42 Kimball, Br. 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 16 Primrose 



HAVERHILL 135 DIRECTORY 

Croston & Proctor (Francis E. Croston and Charles W. 
Proctor) heel mnfrs. 110 Phoenix row 

Croteau Hipolyte J. shoemaker, h. Maurice 
" Pierre, laborer, h. Maurice 

Crouse Fred H. signs and calendars, rms. 95 Emerson 
" Crowe Arthur J. salesman, Lennox & Briggs, b. 27 

Greenleaf, Br. 
" Jeremiah, hatter, h. 27 Greenleaf, Br. [Br. 

" Milton F. shipper, Lenox & Briggs, b. 27 Greenleaf, 
" Teresa A. dressmaker, 27 Greenleaf, Br. b. do. 
" William P. shoemaker, b. 27 Greenleaf, Br. 

Crowell Albert, shoe stitcher, h. 139 Cedar 
" Caroline, widow of Dr. John, h. 31 Winter 
" Eliza M. widow of Calvin, h. 65 Auburn 
11 Frank A. butter, eggs, etc. h. 38 Eighth ave. 
" Frank Herbert, shoemaker, h. 15 Pilling 
" Herbert C. foreman, 35 Railroad sq. h. 65 Auburn 
" James S. shoemaker, h. 65 Auburn 
" Martha J. b. Mrs. M. M. Robert's, Broadway, A. V. 
" Rodman E. job wagon, h. 64 Race 
" W. Archibald, plumber, 97 Wash. h. 17 Eleventh ave. 

Crowley Bartholomew, heel mnfr. rms. 114 Merrimack gran* 

" Daniel, clerk, 11 Railroad sq. b. 198 Primrose ■« 

" Edward J. shoe worker, rms. 17 William ^^ 

" James, b. 198 Primrose *fa 

" John, h. 1D8 Primrose Sam 

" Mary Mrs. h. 17 William ^^ 

" Mary Mrs. h. 2 Worthen pi. £■£ 

" Timothy, stock fitter, rms. 18 Beacon fl™^ 

Crown Harold G. mngr. 93 Merrimack, b. 11 How ■ 

Crownin Burton E. letter carrier, h. 6 Forest ave. 

Croy Charles H. (D. D. Chase Lumber Co.) 9 Wash ave. r 

h. 536 Washington | £ 

" George P. janitor, City Hall, h. 315 Washington qq pi 

" Hattie J. clerk, r. 140 Merrimack, b. 536 Wash. jg 

" Jennette M. dressmaker, 315 Washington, h. do. ^ — 

" Porter C. (Raymond & Croy) deputy sheriff, 91 Mer- > jjj 
mack, h. 48 Fountain [Broadway § JJJ 

" W. Frank, salesman, D. D. Chase Lumber Co. h. 107 ~ H 

Crudden Bridget, h. 13 South H m 

Crummett Carl S. student, b. 127 Portland I/O 

Cullen Joseph A. ins. agent, 3 Wash. sq. h. 127 Portland Jjj Jjj 
" Edward, painter, h. 69 Main, Br. -s ^ 

" Edward W. painter, 178 Merrimack Jj ^ 

" Herbert, painter, 178 Merrimack m O 



HAVERHILL 136 DIRECTORY 



Cullen James, clerk, 219 Winter, b. 16 Lewis 

" J. Frank, painter and paper hanger, 178 Merrimack, h. 
5 Fourth ave. 

" William W. painter, 178 Merrimack, h. 48 Pecker 
Culliford Henry, planer, h. Maynard ave. Br. 
Culligan Frank T. shoemaker, b. 7 Lawrence 

" Martha, widow of Bernard F. h. 7 Lawrence 
Cummings Albert L. beater out, h. 202 Hilldale ave. 

" Anna M. Mrs. clerk, 66 Merrimack, b. 281 Wash. 

" Cassie M. Mrs. dressmakers, 92 Temple, h. do. 

" Charles, pedler, b. 39 Varnum 

" Daniel, leather roller, h. 83 Fifth ave. [Temple 

" Embert, night watchman, Haverhill R. R. sta. house 92 

" Emeline L. widow of Joseph H. h. 45 Vestry 

" Frank C. clerk, 51 Main, rms. 14 Winter 
CUMMINGS FRANK G. Fteam polishing, granite 
and marble workers, 51 Main, and 29 River, Br. 
rms. 53 Main. See front cover 

" George, car conductor, rms. 472 Washington 

" Harrison A. p.esser, h. 10 Green 

" John J. shoemaker, h. 29 Blossom, Br. 

" Nina, teacher, High school, b. 2 Summit ave. 

" Sarah F. nurse, rms. 2 Forest ave. 

" Thomas, hatter, h. 330 River 
Cunneen James, teamster, h. 277 River 
Cunningham Bridget, widow of Martin, h. 69 Franklin 

" Celia, widow of Samuel, h. 18 Colnmbia park 

" Charles T. h. N. Broadway, bey. Lake 

" Clifton, salesman, 136 Wash. h. Chestnut, Br. 

" Frank J. heel shaver, h. 74 Broadway 

" Herbert C. trav. salesman, b. 16 Chestnut, Br. 

" James O. carpenter, 29 Seventh ave. h. do. 

" John, driver, b. 69 Franklin 

" John B. h. 74 Broadway 

" Michael, teamster, h. 3 Lewis 

" Michael J. shoemaker, b. 69 Franklin 

" Osborne M. clerk, 179 Merrimack, h. 27 Seventh ave. 

" Thomas, shoemaker, b. 69 Frank 

" William A. driver, 13 Washington sq. h. 31 Oak 
Curran Daniel, messenger, P. O. b. 3 Lawrence 

" Dominick, appr. Gazette, b. 3 Lawrence 

" John F. shoemaker, b. 3 Lawrence 

" John J. clerk, 176 Winter, b. 22 Hillside 

" Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 22 Hillside 

" Michael, city laborer, h. 3 Lawrence 



HAVERHILL 137 DIRECTORY 



Curran Walter, messenger, P. O. b. 3 Lawrence 
Currier Abel, shoemaker, h. 420 E. Broadway 

" Alfred, h. Crystal ct. A. V. 

" Almond D. shoe cutter, h. 60 White 

" Annie M. stitcher, h. 82 High 

" Arthur N. carpenter, 504 Groveland, h. do. 

" A. & Son (Horace G. Currier) shoe mnfrs. 116 Wash. 

" Bailey, farmer, h. 9 Eastern ave. 

" Bertha L. clerk, 365 River, b. 205 Groveland 

" Blanche, teacher, at Methuen, h. 65 Temple 

" Castanus, farmer, h. 205 Groveland 

" Edwin E. shoemaker, h. Amesbury, n. Amesbury rd. 

" Elbridge T. motorman, h. 10 Marble 

" Ernest A. shoemaker, h. 4 Jackson 

" Fred R. shoemaker, b. 425 Fenoza 

" George, shoemaker, h. Hyatt ave. Br. 

" George, shoemaker, rms. 46 Washington ave. 

" George, shoes, 61 Washington, h. 24 Bellevue ave. 

" Grace E. clerk, 39 Merrimack, b. 205 Groveland 

" Hannah J. widow of Mark P. h. 82 High Tway 

" Henry O. shoemaker, 1 Mill Vale rd. h. 420 E. Broad- 

" Horace, clerk, .r. 37 Washington, rms. 3 Vine 

" Horace G. (A. Currier & Son) h. 65 Temple 

" Ida M. widow of John, dressmaker, 60 Winter, h. do. 

" Irene, clerk, Amesbury road 

" Isabelle S. widow of Samuel P. h. 425 Kenoza 

" John B. shoemaker, h. 93 Broadway 

" John D. clerk, b. 60 Winter 

" Louise M. saleswoman, 28 Merrimack, rms. 58 Winter 

" Mary, widow of Alpheus, h. 17 Newcomb 

" Nathaniel W. slipper maker, h. 339 E. Broadway 

" Osman S. paper box mnfr. end Hale, h. 144 Arlington 

" Ralph B. salesman, O. S. Currier, h. Ill Chestnut 

•' Stephen T. shoe cutter, h. 22 Vine 

" Thomas, farmer, h. Amesbury rd. Nicholsville 

" Vivian A. b. 60 Winter 

" Wallace W. jeweler, 67 Merrimack, b. 4 Cedar 

" William, stone mason, rms. 109 Water 

" William E. shoe cutter, h. 139 Main 

" William M. liquors, 46 Main, h. 101 Water 

" see Carriere 
Curtain Daniel, shoe cutter, rms. 13 Grand 

" John M. hairdresser, 198 Winter, b. 49 Fifth ave. 
Curtin Cornelius, shoemaker, b. 65 High 

" Cornelius, teamster, 85 Water, h. 209 do. 




Business and Shorth and. > ehone us for office nei P . 



HAVERHILL 138 DIRECTORY 



Curtin Cornelius Jr. clerk, 36 Wash. b. 209 Water 

" Daniel, foreman, st. dept. h. 21 High 

" Daniel J. milkman, 21 High, b. do. 

" David, shoemaker, h. 38 Hillside 

" Dennis, laborer, h. 1 Charles, Br. 

" Dennis, sole cutter, rms. 126 Winter 

" Jeremiah A. hairdresser, 198 Winter, h. 49 Fifth ave. 

" Jeremiah F. agent, 114 Wash. h. 246 Winter 

" John, shoemaker, b. 38 Hillside 

" John, sole cutter, b. 21 High 

" John H. teamster, h. 376 Salem, Br. 

" Katherine A. millinery, 21 High, b. do. 
Curtis Abbie E. nurse, b. 18 Allen, Br. 

" Addie M. widow of Orrin, h. 35 Curtis 

" Annie F. Mrs. stenographer, 163 Merrimack, house 
Marsh ave. cor. Winona ave. 

" Elvira, widow of John, b. 392 Washington 

" Fred C. tip mender, b. 55 Locke, Br. [Winona ave. 

" Joseph D. clerk, 106 Merrimack, h. Marsh ave. cor. 

" Joseph I. mngr. 172 Essex, h. 194 Main 

" Sidney R. shoe cutter, h. 43 Jackson 

" Susan M. widow of John, h. 65 Lincoln ave. 

" Thomas, skiver, rms. 39 Oak 

" William E. agent, b. 35 Curtis 

" William H. photographer, 26 Merrimack, h. 223 Main, 

" Willis S. shoe cutter, h. 36 Dudley 

" W. Frank, shoemaker, h. 55 Locke, Br. 
Cusano Archangelo, laborer, h. 10 LeBlanc 

" Dominico, shoemaker, b. 10 LeBlanc 
Cushing James R. farmer, h. 138 E. Broadway 

" Sadie H. housekeeper, 138 E. Broadway 
Cushman Elizabeth Mrs. h. 72£ Main 

" George L. shoe cutter, h. rear 16 Walnut 

" Henry M. bookkeeper, h. 62 Prospect, Br. 

" James M. heel mnfr. h. 23 Walnut 

" Milo H. carpenter, h. 33 Emerson 

" Norman D. shoe cutter, h. 20 Prospect, Br. 
Cusson Clara E. Mrs. dressmaker, 11 Jordan, h. do. 

" Moses Amable, shoemaker, h. 11 Glines 

" Moses S. shoemaker, h. 21 Jordan 

" see Cousens 
Cuthberton Howard, shoemaker, h. 9 Observatory ave. 
Cutting Charles F. hairdresser, 14 Essex, rms. 12 do. 
Cyr Arthur, hairdresser, 7 Bridge, b. 53 Cedar 

" Joseph A. bar tender, 1 Lafayette sq. h. 1 Lafayette 



HAVERHILL 139 DIRECTORY 



Cyr Lorenzo, shoemaker, h. 1 1 Walnut 
" Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 28 Spruce [Broadway 

" Simeon T. M. (Wm. F. Millar & Co.) 97 River, h. 51 
" Xavier, shoemaker, h. 136 Lafayette sq. 
'" see Sears 

DACEY JOHN, laborer, h. 149 Franklin 

" Nora, widow of Peter, b. 2 Blossom 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 149 Franklin 
Dackroot Jacob, sole sorter, h. 79 Summer 
Dadekian H. morocco worker, h. r. 15 High 
Dadmun Frederick G.mngr.l Railroad sq. h. 16 Doane, Br. 

" Leander, shoemaker, h. 36 Locke, Br. 

" Levi Warren, machinist, h. 51 Locke, Br. 
Daffron John M. agt. 114 Washington, h. 5 Proctor 
Daggett Aaron A. leather cutter, h. 4 Brooks, Br. 

" Edward H. carpenter, h. 14 Lafayette, Br. 

" George W. h. 12 Madison 

" Seth L. farmer, h. 525 Main 
Uahill Patrick, laborer, h. 57 Bellevue ave. 

" Thomas, driver, h. 6 Harrison 
Dailey James, shoemaker, h.,121 Merrimack 
Daines William P. shoemaker, h. 6 Observatory ave. 
Daley Dennis, car conductor, rms. 567 Washington 

" Edward M. h. 77 Fountain 

" Frank A. machine operator, h. 68 Temple 

" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 5 Benjamin 

" Mary A. shoe worker, b. 68 Fountain 

" Owen H. (Woodcock & Daley) liquors, 97 Primrose, 
h. 6 Davis pi. 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 56 Summer 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 12 Lewis 

" William, shoemaker, rms. 3 Walnut 

" see Daly 
Dalrymple Alice, teacher, West school [Park 

" Joseph A. (J. A. Dalrymple & Co.) h. 55 Columbia 

" J. A. & Co. (Joseph A. Dalrymple and Horace I. Pink- 
ham) slipper bows, 87 Washington 
Dalton Annie S. (A. Dalton & Co.) h. 4 Vine 
DALTON A. & CO. (Annie S. Dalton) wood and 
paper box mnfrs. 50 Phoenix row. See back cover 

" Elizabeth, widow of Pierce, h. 9 High, Br. 

" Fred L. box maker, b. 266 Washington 

" Thomas E. shoemaker, h. 15 Front,- Br. 

" William H. boarding house, 266 Washington 

foTZ'., H, L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 140 DIRECTORY 



Daly Charles J. brick layer, h. 29 Lewis 

" Francis H. steam fitter, h. 106 Bellevue ave. 

" John E. leather cutter, h. 22 Ayer 

" Richard, shoe cutter, h. 38 Ayer 

" William, b. 19 Burke 

" see Daley 
Damon Belle, h. 378 Main 

" Calvin, clergyman, h. 255 Mill 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 1 Charles 

" C. Willis, architect, 25 Washington sq. h. 255 Mill 
Dana Fred H. hatter, h. 46 Grove 

" Martha, hat trimmer, b. 46 Grove 

" Melvina F. widow of William H. h. 46 Grove 

" William, teamster, h. 46 Grove 

" William H. bds. 46 Grove 
Dane Albert A. farmer, h. Lake, n. Broadway 

" Arthur B. farmer, b. A. A. Dane's [ton 

Danforth Calvin O. clerk, 1 Monument sq. b. 78 Arling- 

" Charles H. shoemaker, b. 24 Stage [do, 

" Edward C. pipeman, Protective No. 1, 20 Essex, rms. 

•' Frank E. shoemaker, b. 6Q Jackson 

" Gardner P. polisher, b. 20 Charles 

" Josephine Mrs. h. 24 Stage [Arlington 

" Leslie R. Rev. pastor, First M. E. church, h. 78 

" Lucy A. widow of Stephen, h. 20 Charles 

" Margaret A. widow of Albin J. b. 78 Arlington 

" Nora E. widow of Otis, h. 11 Beacon 

" Otis B. edge setter, h. 65 Hancock 

" Rodolphus, shoemaker, rms. 24 Oak 

" Sidney L. shoemaker, h. 11 Beacon 

" VV. Stephen, b. 29 Essex 
Daniel Eberd A. carpenter, h. r. 484 Water 

" Ignace, shoemaker, h. 80 Bellevue ave. 

" Lodia, clerk, 357 River, b. 80 Bellevue ave. 
Daniels Alfred L. teamster, h. 32 Howard 

" Arleen, clerk, r. 20 Phcenix road, b. 29 Sheridan 

" Asa C. asst. foreman, h. 6 Eighth ave. 

" Daniel, machinist, h. 14 Pleasant, Br. 

" Edward A. teamster, h. 6 Warren [ave. 

" Edward J. bicycle repairer, 10 Water, h. 52 Bellevue 

" Frank A. billiards, 14 Essex, h. 25 Walnut 

" Fred C. bookkeeper, 3 Water, h. 6 North 

" George H. salesman, h. 39 Sheridan 

" Henry, machine operator, b. 6 Hillside pi. 

" Horace E. laborer, h. 25 Sixth ave. 



HAVERHILL 111 DIRECTORY 



D 



Daniels Irving C. shoe cutter, h. 7 Baltimore 

" Joseph A. shoemaker, h. 68 Bellevue ave. 

" William, shoe cutter, h. 35 Arch ave. 
Danis John B. shoemaker, h. 1 Granville ct. 
Dansereau A. Louis, h. 231 Essex 

" Eugene, h. 231 Essex 
Daoust Joseph, painter, 62 High, h. do. 
Daponian Oskian, shoemaker, h. 9 High 
Dascomb Ruth G. M. widow of Thomas, h. 7 Greenville 
Davenport Benjamin A. shoemaker, h. 23 Carleton av. Br. 

" Eliza A. h. 308 Washington 

" William, hostler, 25 Ashland, h. 15 do. 
David Joseph G. shoemaker, h. 39 Locke 

" Oliver, shoemaker, h. 47 Locke 
Davies Alphonso P. shoe cutter, h. 196 Main 
Davis Albert, clerk, 159 Winter, h. 9 Tenth ave. 

" Alexander, coachman, h. 21 Dudley 

" Alfred C. clerk, h. 567 Main 

" Alvira R. b. 48 Highland ave. 

" Annie F. bookkeeper, 52 Essex, b. 36 Cedar 

" Arthur T. meat cutter, 8 Batchelder, h. 180 Main, Br. 

" A. Frances, teacher, Peabody school, b. 180 Main, Br. 

" Benjamin C. top lifts, etc. 48 Phoenix row, h. 299 
Kenoza ave. 

" Benjamin F. buffer, h. Ferry rd. W. H. 

" Brackett W. h. 98 Fountain 

" Bradford R. clerk, 58 White, h. 59 do. 

" Caroline M. b. 210 Kenoza ave. 

" Carrie F. bookkeeper, 18 Merrimack, h. 6 North 

" Catherine J. widow of William H. h. 81 Main 

" Charles A. ice, 210 Water, and whol. provisions, 6 and 
8 Bachelder, b. Hotel Thorndike 

" Charles A. shoe stitcher, 78 Wash. h. 45 Pleasant 

" Charles H. concreter, h. 473 Washington 

" Charles H. hostler, h. Maynard ave. Br. 

" Charles H. (The People's House Furnishing Co.) 6, 8, 
and 10 Merrimack, h. North ave. c. Wellington ave. 

" Clarence E. h. 35 Lawrence 

" Daniel G. shoemaker, h. 69 Merrimack, Br. 

" Daniel M. farmer and milk, h. Merrimack rd. near 
Merrimac line 

" Edith F. clerk, 260 River, b. 21 Newcomb 

" Edwin A. painter, h. 1 Cherry 

" Edwin T. shoemaker, h. 7 Race 

" Eliphalet, farmer, h. 473 Washington 



NORMAN S. COLE, 



CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Odd. Sasles and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 142 DIRECTORY 



Davis Eliza, h. 37 Merrimac, Br. 
" Elizabeth A. widow of Cyrus T. h. 45 North ave. 
" Ella E. Mrs. h. 20 Seventh ave. 
" Elvecy, widow of John J. h. 23 Stage 
" Estella M. teacher domestic science, b. 4 Clinton 
" Florence Mrs. b. 305 Washington 
" Florence L. widow of John, h. 199 Mill 
" Frank, clerk, 1 Water, b. 31 Green 
" Frank, supt. 24 Duncan, h. 55 Pilling 
" Frank E. beater out, h. Whittier rd. 
" Frank E. driver, 23 Hale, h. 85 Cedar [ave. 

" Frank E. money to loan, 204 Merrimack, h. 8 Summit 
" Fred C. salesman, 79 Merrimack, h. 49 Portland 
" Fred E. shoe cutter, h. 69 Kimball, Br. 
" George G. McKay operator, h. 23 Stage 
" George I. lawyer, 83 Merrimack, h. 10 Arlington 
" Georgie Mrs. h. 114 Merrimack ,5131 

" Georgie, widow of John, h. 107 Washington 
" Harry C. salesman, 49 Merrimack, b. at Merrimac 
" Harry R. rec. teller, Haverhill Savings Bank, h. 50 

Allen, Br. 
" Herbert, box maker, rms. 7 White 
" Herbert C. (H. C. Davis & Co.) ins. 103 Merrimack, 

b. 19 Newcomb 
" Herman F. clerk, 30 Main, rms. Rosedale ave. 
" Hiram P. medicines, 36 Cedar, h. do. 
" Hittie F. shoe stitching, 78 Wash. h. 45 Pleasant 
" H. C. & Co. (Herbert C. Davis and Edward A. Fitts) 

fire ins. 103 Merrimack 
" Ina*M. bookkeeper, 58 White, b. 59 do. 
" Increase Sumner, h. 21 Newcomb 
" James (Davis & Hoburn) h. 9 Portland 
" James, laborer, h. 30 Chestnut 
" James H. farmer, h. Lowell ave. bey. Alpha 
" James M. job printer, h. 63 Race 
" James R. waiter, 24 Main 
" James W. painter, h. 40 Lewis 

" James W. shoemaker, h. 22 Front, Br. [do. 

" Jared M. pension attorney and notary, 4 Water, h. 338 
" John, farmer, h. Merrimack rd. 
" John F. ins. and real estate, 86 Chestnut, h. do. 
" Joseph A. shoe stitcher, h. 9 William 
" Lewis B. shoe finisher, h. 36 Cadar 
" Lottie, stitcher, rms. 212 Merrimack 
" Mabel L. b. 199 Mill 



HAVERHILL 143 DIRECTORY 



Davis Martha Mrs. nurse, h. 1 Cherry 

" Mary, widow of George W. h. 4 Clinton 

" Mary A. widow of Isaac, h. 19 Newcorab 

" Mary I. bookkeeper, C. K. Fox, b. L. C. Chapman's, 
N. Broadway 

" Matthew J. hairdresser, 9 Wash. rms. 61 Emerson 

" Nathaniel W. shoe stitcher, h. 1 Central 

" Percy C. shoemaker, b. 31 Green 

" Ralph, clerk, H. B. Poore's, Main, b. 9 Tenth ave. 

" Ralph E. shoe cutter, h. 8 Porter 

" Rebecca I. authoress, h. Merrimack rd. R. V. 

" Richard L. expressman, h. 117 Franklin 

" Robert B. h. 115 Main, Br. 

" Robert J. foreman, h. 75 Hilldale ave. 

" Sidney, teamster, 175 Essex, rms. 330 Washington 

" S. May, teacher, b. 107 Winter 

" Thomas F. shoe cutter, h. 10 Grand 

" Verna C. clerk, 174 Merrimack, b. 8 Haverhill 

" William, shoemaker, b. 36J Locust 

" William B. bookkeeper, h. 299 Kenoza ave. 

" William H. real estate, 51 Westford, rms. do. 

" William H. B. shoemaker, h. 31 Green ^mJ 

" William W. salesman, h. 117 Grove [Fleet IS 

" & Hoburn (James Davis and John J. Hoburn) fish, 14 ^S 
Dawes Frank H. painter, 178 Merrimack, h. 14 Park — 

Dawkins Roy, shoemaker, h. 7 W T alnut 2E 

Dawson Elizabeth Mrs. b. 13 Vine ^^ 

" Kate, milliner, 28 Merrimack, b. 13 Vine **^ 

" Mary, h. 13 Vine » 

Day Abbie H. widow of George, h. r. 16 Walnut 

" Albert B. asst. supt. M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. 17 

Newcomb C H 

" Charles A. engineer, 357 River, h. 491 Washington 

" Charles L. carpenter, h. 35 Williams, Br. 

" Charles L. student, b. Eugene W. Day's * 

" Cora F. prin. Peabody school, b. 9 Ferry, Br. J* 

" Cynthia F. bookkeeper, 24 Main, b. 25 Green a PI 

" Elizabeth P. h. Boston rd. n. Andover line, W. H. 

" Ernest C. carpenter, h. 29 Merrimac, Br. 

" Eugene W. (Day & Waldo) heel mnfr. h. Cross rd. n. * 5 
Boston rd. W. H. ' m c 

" Fanny A. widow of James, b. 621 Washington W -■ 

" Frank P. heel cutter, h. Ferry rd. W. H. > Jq 

" Fred A. foreman, r. City Hall, b. 35 Williams, Br. j{ Q 

" George L. foreman, h. 32 Pleasant 






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HAVERHILL 144 DIRECTORY 



Day George W. Mrs. h. 42 Summer 

" Hannah T. widow of Lafayette, h. Main, near Boston 
road, Br. 

" Harry S. shoe cutter, b. Mrs. Isabel Day's 

" Henry E. heel cutter, h. Ferry rd. opp. Cross rd. W. H. 

" Ira A. horse shoer, 111 Primrose, h. Jasper, n. Main 

" Isabel, widow of William H. H. h. Boston rd. W. H. 

" James A. farmer, h. 621 Washington 

" John A. (John A. Day & Co.) Park ave. Br. h. do. 

" John A. & Co. (John A. and John C. Day) soap mnfrs. 
Park ave. Br. 

" John C. (John A. Day & Co.) Park ave. Br. b. do. 

" Joshua T. electrician, h. 40 Ninth ave. 

*' Lewis A. 90 Merrimack, h. 23 Eleventh ave. 

" Luther Mrs. h. 44 Summer 

" Luther C. h. 44 Summer 

" L. M. Mrs. h. 51 Washington ave. 

<l Marion L. h. 44 Summer 

" Nathaniel, electrician, b. 40 Ninth ave. [land 

" Randall B. shoe contractor, r. 60 Wingate, h. at Grove- 

" Sally R. h. Boston rd. bey. Cross rd. W. H. 

" Sarah F. h. 30 Prospect, Br. 

" Willard C. heel cutter, h. 3 Front, Br. 

" William F. h. 9 Ferry, Br. 

" William H. shoemaker, b. Mrs. Isabel Day's 

" Zoe W. h. 42 Summer 

" & Waldo (Eugene W. Day and Harlan P. Waldo) heel 
mnfrs. Boston rd. next Cross rd. Br. 
Deacon George A. engineer, h. 16 Charles, Br. 
Deady William, laborer, h. 56 Central 
Dean A. W. civil engineer, 3 Water, h. at Nashua, N. H. 

" Carrie, rms. 59 Main 

" Charles H., U. S. A. h. 78 Emerson 

" Elizabeth L. widow of William H. b. 10 Beacon 

" Forest, b. 307 Main 

" Fred E. Mrs. b. 59 Washington ave. [Dedham 

".George A. (Sawyer & Dean) plumber, 41 Locust, h. at 

" George G. grocer, 56 Winter, h. 307 Main 

" George J. h. 46 Kenoza ave. 

" George J. clerk, 56 Winter, b. 307 Main 

" Harold S. printer, 4 Main, h. r. 30 Vine 

" Isabelle A. stenographer, b. 132 Broadway 

" Jessie M. widow of William, h. 132 Broadway 

" Lewis, plumber, 41 Locust, b. 59 Main 
Dearborn Albert G. clerk, h. 52 Merrimac, Br. 



HAVERHILL 145 DIRECTORY 



Dearborn A. C. rms. 15 Arch 

" Charles, farm hand, b. Rums Emerson's [11 Oak 

" David F. constable and collector, 174 Merrimack, h. 

" Edwin B. shoe trimmer, h. 22 Currier ave. 

" Frank E. clerk, b. 52 Merrimac, Br. 

" George S. clerk, 23 Washington, h. 19 Dover 

" Harry L. painter, h. 49 Merrimac, Br. 

" James P. (J. P. Dearborn & Co.) h. 3 Newell [Br. 

" John F. engineer, 8 Phoenix row, h. 14 Bradford ave. 

" J. P. & Co. (James P. Dearborn and Varnum F. Pink- 
ham) liquors, 29 to 33 Locust 
Dearing Almira L. widow of Joshua E. h. 25 Hamilton av. 

" Melville C. student, b. 12 Chestnut 

" William D. baker, 51 Merrimack, h. 12 Chestnut 
De Citto Peter, laborer, h. 197 River [vue ave. 

Decoteau Edward, horse shoer, 27 Locust, h. 106^ Belle- 

" see Descoteau [Union 

Deetz Herbert D. Rev. pastor, Grace M. E. church, h. 1 
Dejadon Edward, laster, h. 3 Ford [sq. Br. 

De La Haye Joseph E. adv. agent, 4 Main, h. 2 Carleton 
Delan Arthur, trav. salesman*, b. 22 Orchard 
Delaney Fred C. pressman, Gazette, h. 50 Blossom, Br. 

" Patrick, coachman, 54 Park, h. 41 Chestnut 
Delano Alonzo, painter, rms. 1 6 How 
Delasky Andrew, morocco worker, h. 209 River 
Delaware Henry P. beater out, h. 95 Broadway 
DeLawrence Frank, hairdresser, 39 Wash. h. 138 River 

" George, hairdrasser and billiards, 162 Washington, h. 
127 River 
Delisle Edmond E. hairdresser, 92 Essex, h. 25 Walnut 

" Joseph D. physician, 94 Locust, h. do. 
Dellaire Francis, shoemaker, h. 14 Hillside 
DeLuca Paul, h. 217 Washington 

" Rocco, shoemaker, h. 55 River 
Delvacchio Antonio, shoemaker, h. 56 River 
Demain Charles E. paper ruler, 37 Wash. b. 10 Vine 
Demarais Joseph, shoemaker, h. 25 Merrimack 

" Theodore L. carpenter, h. 7 Lafayette, Br. 
Demaras John G. fruit, 5 Merrimack, rms. do. 
Demark Joseph, shoemaker, h. 155 River 
Demars Joseph, carpenter, h. 4 Apple 

" Napoleon Mrs. h. 221 River 
Demerritt Edward E. shoe contractor, h. 331 Groveland 

" Frank H. shoemaker, rms. 14 Henry 
Deminie Fred, skiver, b. 58 Central 




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Deminie William, driver, h. 58 Central 

Dempski Wally, shoemaker, h. 192 Winter 

Deneau Joseph, heel mnfr. 150 Wash. h. 2 Autumn pi. 

Deneault Harriet, widow of Adolphus, h. 2 Eastern ave. 

Denehy Daniel, shoemaker, b. 61 Fifth ave. 

" Dennis D. heels, rands, etc. 53 Wingate, h. 57 Fifth av. 

'• Jeremiah, laborer, rms. 165 Essex 

" Jeremiah D. shoe repairer, h. 61 Fifth ave. 

" John, city laborer, h. 56 Primrose 

" Julia, h. 209 Winter 

" Terrance, h. 179 Main, Br. 
Denham Emily, Mrs. rms. 34 Grand 

" see Dunham 
Dennett Fred O. heel cutter, h. 14 School 
Dennis Charles R. laster, h. 212 Hilldale ave. 

" Charles S. magnetic healer, 59 Main, h. at Beverly 

" Eunice Mrs. nurse, h. 103 Grove [land 

Denoncour George A. salesman, 79 Wash. rms. 119 Port- 

" Katherine Mrs. milliner, 65 Merrimack, rms. 119 
Portland 

" William F. driver, 88 Wash. h. 6 Hillside pi. 
DePalma Carmine, shoe repairer, 6o and 72 White, h. 17 

Eighth ave 
DeRangis Florence, tinsmith, 8 Merrimack, h. 79 Water 
Deroche Mary Mrs. h. 10 Broadway [way 

Descoteau Adrien J. clerk, 37 Lafayette sq. h. 23 Broad- 

" Aime, shoemaker, b. 60 Arch 

" Aime, shoemaker, b. Oliver Descoteau's 

" Desire, shoemaker, h. 60 Arch 

" Felix, shoe worker, b. Hilldale ave. c. Bateman 

" Olivier, blacksmith, Oxford ave. W. H. h. Hilldale ave. 
cor. Bateman 

" see Decoteau 
Desilets Aime, shoemaker, h. 206 Winter 

" Moise J. shoemaker, h. 30^ Broadway 
Desjardin Annie, wibow of Maxime, h. 17 Oak terrace 
Deslauriers Arthur F. shoe cutter, h. 104 Emerson 

" Francis E. laborer, h. 55 Franklin 

" Frank E. Jr. laster, h. 55 Franklin 
Desmarais Noel, shoemaker, h. 1 1 Orchard, Br. 
Desmond Daniel C. shoemaker 28 Winter, h. 1 Garden 

V Dennis, plasterer, h- 8 Garden 

" John, hatter, h. 20 Lafayette sq. 

" John, laborer, bds. 82 Kimball, Br. 

" John A. clerk, b. 1 Garden 



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JOHN T. DESMOND, 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

^2TID STJET^ITOE. 

Surveys for Water Works, Sewerage and Street Railways. 
Lots and Buildings Located. Estates Divided. Plans 
and Profiles of proposed Streets. Measurements of 
Earthwork^ Stonework, Etc. 

telephone connection, 210 MERRIMACK STREET, HAVERHILL 

DESMOND JOHN T. civil engineer and surveyor, 
210 Merrimack, h. 17 Union. See above 

" Kate, widow of Daniel, h. 8 Garden 

" Leo R. clerk, 58 White, b. 1 Garden 

" Margeret, widow of Dennis, h. 55 Harrison 

" Mary C. clerk, b. 1 Garden 

" Mary E. proofreader, Gazette, b. 55 Harrison 

" William J. clerk, 7 Washington sq. b. 1 Garden 
Des Ormeaux Abonduis P. farm hand, h. 635 Washington 
Desourdie Peter, shoemaker, h. 5 Granville 
Desrosiers Edward, shoemaker, h. 8 Lafayette ave. 
Devaney Michael, leather worker, h. 59 Dexter 
Deveau Hilaire, iceman, h. 19 Kenoza ave. 

" Mande, city laborer, h. 17 Granite 

" Philip, carpenter, h. 55 High 
Devenell George A. h. 78 Main, Br. 

Devine L James J. shoemaker, 179 Elm, Br. and variety 
store and lunch, 175 do. h. 22 Haseltine do. 

" Mary W. bookkeeper, b. 22 Haseltine Br. 
Devlin John, laborer, h. 69 Primrose 

" Mary B. clerk, 357 River, b. 69 Primrose 
Dewer John, laborer, b. 165 Essex 
Dewey Emelien Mrs. rms. 9 Vine 

" Katherine, clerk, Hilliard & Tabor, b. 9 Vine 
Dewhirst James, h. 13 Green 

" James Mrs. h. 51 Brockton ave. 
De Wolfe Arthur S. teacher, Manual Training, 'public 
schools, rms. 110 Main 

" Clayton A. shoe cutter, h. 20 Ford 
Dexter George B. carpenter, h. 35 Eleventh ave. 

SoXZ' ..... H, L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



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Dextras Adelaide, widow of Thomas, b. 230 Water 
Dextraze Arthur, tailor, 198 Essex, b. 46 Lafayette sq. 
Di Angelo Dminico, shoemaker, h. 85 River 
Dias John C. shoe cutter, h. r. 3 Hilldale ave. 

" Robert, h. Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont 
Dickens Elizabeth, widow of Stephen, h. 11 Park ave. 

" John, shoe cutter, h. 220 Kenoza ave. 

" Johnathan W. shoe buffer, h. 11 Park ave. 

" Stephen G. shoe cutter, h. 8 Wilson [ave. 

Dickey Fred V. painter 178 Merrimack, h. 202 Hilldale 

" Rosina M. housekeeper, 231 Lawrence 

" William J. laster, h. Smith n. Broadway 

" Dickinson Benson G., R. R. brakeman, h. 34 Vine 

" Isabella Mrs. h. 65 Groveland 

" John J. machinist, b. 65 Groveland 

" Lucretia K. widow of David S. h. 34 Vine 

" William J. h. 34 Vine 
Dierauer August Traugott, silk stitcher, h. 9 Lincoln, Br. 
Diggs Charles, steward, Wachusett Club, h. 27 Ashland 
BILLED BACK HENRY G. wood, coal, hav and 
grain, 197 Wash. h. 12 Hamilton ave. See p. 822 
Dillingham Charles E. sign painter, 26 West, h. 124 

Emerson 
Dillon David A. shoe worker, b. 314 River 

" Patrick J. city teamster, h. 314 River 

" Patrick J. liquors, 124 Wash. h. 10 Sixth ave. 

" Rose, widow of Patrick, h. 58 Howard 

" Thomas, h. 1 Sixth ave. 
Dimmick Sanford W. painter, h. 14 Boardman 
Dimock Benjamin, shooting gallery, 15 Wash. b. 35 Essex 
Dimond Everett L. h. 424 Water 

" F. Irving, student, b. 14 Locke, Br. 

" Miranda A. widow of John I. h. 14 Locke, Br. 
Dineen Daniel, leather worker, h. 5 York 
Dinsmore Adnance S. clerk, 21 Water, h. 364 Main 

" George A. car conductor, b. 472 Washington 

" J. Charles (J. H. Bean Szf.o.) liquors, 21 Water, b. 
364 Main 

" Stephen, shoemaker, b. 472 Washington 
Dionne Louis, shoemaker, h. Whittier rd. n. Amesbury rd. 

" Napoleon, shoe cutter, h. 18 Florence ave. 
Directory for Nurses, 3 Merrimack 
Disraelly Hillel (Disraelly & Abel) h. 6 Chestnut, Br. 

" & Abel (Hillel Disraelly and Bernard Abel) mnfg. 
jewelers, 30 Merrimack 



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Dixon Thomas E. shoemaker, h. 803 E. Broadway, R. V. 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 138 E. Broadway 
Doane K. Smith, beater out, h. Corliss Hill rd. [N. H. 

Dobbins George W. foreman, Sanders pi. h. at Plaistow, 
Dockham John, laborer, 161 Water, b. 18 Sheridan 
Dockins Frank, car conductor, h. 16 Winter 
Dodd Leonard Rev. h. 6 Silver 
Dodge Anna R. h. 50 Vestry 

" Arnold, painter, h. 12 Merrimac, Br. 

" Clyde, student, b. 60 WTiite 

" Ezekiel G. heeler, h. 30 Jordan 

" George E. shoe cutter, h. 30 Davenport 

" George S. teamster, 16 Main, Br. h. 8 Green, do. 

" John W. shoemaker, h. 60 White 

" Mary B. C. widow, h. 35 Ninth ave. 

" Mary L. h. 50 Vestry 

" Nellie S. Mrs. bookkeeper, 8 Fleet, h. 12 Merrimac,Br. 

" Orin T. asst. inspector, city lights, h. 54' Pecker 

" William C. shoe heeler, h. 15 Observatory ave. 
Dodson William, coachman, 66 White, rms. 21 Ashland 
Doe Bessie C. clerk, 97 Merrimack, b. 47 Warren, Br. 

" Effie, h. 45 Washington ave. 

" George W. driver, h. 35 Fifth ave. 

" Harry F. clerk, 145 Merrimack, b. 17 W 7 hite [ery 

" Harry J. teacher violin, 91 Merrimack, b. 1 Monlgom- 

" John E. shoe repairer, 61 Main, Br. h. 47 Warren, do. 

" Walter, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 47 Warren, Br. 
Doherty Albert, mill man, 142 Essex 

" Alfred, foreman, h. 7 Beacon 

" Elizabeth, clerk, 42 Merrimack, h. at Boxford 

" Hugh F. hairdresser, 27 Main, h. at S. Groveland 
Dole Albert W. bookkeeper, b. 48 Cedar 

" Charles E. cashier, First Nat. Bank, h. 24 Fifth ave. 

" Ellen E. teacher elocution, b. 48 Cedar 

" George H. (Dole & Childs) undertaker, 39 Main (C. 
A. Jaques & Co.) h. 48 Cedar 

" Greenleaf N. (Dole & Marshall) h. 4 Webster 

" Henry L. jeweler, 19 Merrimack, b. 16 Pleasant, Br. 

" Moses, farm hand, A. G. Blair, Hilldale ave. b. do. 
DOLE & CHILDS (George H. Dole and George A. 

Childs) stables, 8 to 14 Stage. See page 823 
DOLE & CHILDS (George H. Dole and George A. 
Childs) undertakers, embalmers, funeral directors, 
etc. 39 Main. See page 823 



IRIAN S. COLE, 



PAINTING, PAPER HANGING 
= AND WHITENING. ===== 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. Shop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



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Dole & Marshall (Greenleaf N. Dole and Stephen Mar- 
shall) shoe mnfrs. 64 Wingate [Br. 
Doloff A. Thurston, salesman, 8 Merrimack, h. 122 Elm, 

" E. Frank, carpenter, h. 53 Portland 
' Martha J. Mrs. dressmaker, 12 Lafayette, Br. h. do. 

11 William H. carpenter, h. 12 Lafayette, Br. 

" Winfred S. clerk, Lennox & Briggs, b. 122 Elm, Br. 
Dolloff Carlos E. wood worker, 160 Wash. h. 31 Daven- 
port 

" Susan S. widow of Cyrus S. h. 31 Davenport 
Domenica Vincenzo Di Rev. pastor, Mt. Wash. Baptist 

Mission, h. 10 Victoria ct. 
Domenico Gaiero, fruit, 46 Locust, h. do. 
Donahue Bernard H. (Donahue Bros.) h. 63 Harrison 

" Bros. (Francis and Bernard H.) liquors, 2 to 6 Harrison 

u Daniel, shoemaker, rms. 1 7 High 

" Daniel J. clerk, 27 Wash. b. 20 Chestnut, Br. 

" Ellen, housekeeper, 12 Franklin 

" Francis (Donahue Bros.) h. 200 Winter 

" Francis J. shoe cutter, b. 38 North 

" Hugh, physician, 200 Winter, h. 21 White 

" Jeremiah, sub letter carrier, h. 399 Washington 

" John, express helper, h. 18 Duncan 

" John H. lineman, b. 4 Dexter 

" Julia M. widow of Edward J. h. 223 Winter 

" Mary, shoe worker, rms. 53 Main 

" Matthew, heel maker, h. 399 Washington 

" Maurice J. shoemaker, h. 4 Dexter 

" Michael, special police, rms. 17 High 

" Michael L. shoemaker, h. 129 Franklin 

" Patrick, musician, rms. 16 Bellevue ave. 

" Patrick, sole cutter, b. 247 River 

" Patrick W. motorman, rms. 341 River 

" Sadie, bookkeeper, 10 Water, b. 4 Dexter 

'.' Thomas, machinist, h. 2 Varnum 

" William heel mnfr. rms. 360 Wash. 

" see Donoghue 
Donais Napoleon J. shoemaker, h. 94 Locust 

" Peter, laborer, h. 11 Munroe 
Donegan Daniel, shoemaker, b. Ellen Dunegan's 

" Ellen, widow, h. Main, n. E. Broadway, R. V. 

" Lois Mrs. bakery, 31 How, h. do. 

" Matthew, shoemaker, h. Main, n. E. Broadway, R. V. 

" Timothy, seamer, h. 213 Groveland 
Donley Walter W. blacksmith, 1 1 1 Primrose, h. 30 Elm 



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D< 



Donnell Anna M. bookkeeper, 51 Merrimack, h. at Grove- 
land 

Donnelly George F. stock fitter, h. 9 Charles 
" Mary widow of Michael, h. 38 Primrose 
" Michael, hatter, h. 1 Davis 
" Michael F. shoemaker, b. 38 Primrose 

Donoghue John M. clerk, 37 Lafayette sq. rms. 16 Walnut 
" Murty, shoe repairer, 60 Essex, rms. 16 Walnut 

Donovan Andrew, section hand, h. 71 Sixth ave. 
" Catherine, widow of Jeremiah J. h. 47 Charles 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 7 Lewis 
" Cornelius, laborer, h. 36 Blossom, Br. 
" Daniel, hatter, h. 5 Lewis 
" Daniel, laborer, b. 7 Lewis 
" Daniel, laborer, h. 200 Primrose 
" Daniel, teamster, h. 32 Locke, Br. 
" Dennis, horse shoer, 22 Walnut, h. 23 Lancaster 
(t Dennis, laborer, b. r. 57 Primrose 
" Hannah, widow of Michael, h. 26 Lancaster 
" James, clerk, 27 Washington, b. 467 do. 
" Jeremiah, h. 58^ Fifth ave. 
" Jeremiah E. agent, 31 Wash. h. 2 Swasey 
" John peddler, h. 122 Eighth ave. 
" John J. cook, h. 15 Arch 
" John J. student, b. 136 Lafayette sq. gs** 

" Lewis F. police, h. 17 Primrose 

" Margaret, widow of James, h. 28 Dexter ^^ 

" Martin, laborer h. 86 Kimball, Br. ™ ;: 

" Mary, bookkeeper, 143 Merrimack, b. 30 Dexter 
" Matilda Mrs. h. 1 6 Stage ^^ 

" Michael, b. 7 Lewis ^x* 

" Michael, laborer, b. 1 9 Chadwick, Br. ^2 

" Michael, morocco finisher, b. 229 Winter ^^ 

" Michael, section hand, B. & M. R. R. h. 2 High, Br. 
" Michael J. train bag. master, b. 58j4 Fifth ave. < 

" Michael J. shoemaker, b. 136 Lafayette sq. n m 

" Nellie, bookkeeper, Sanders pi. b. 30 Dexter O ^ 

" Patrick, engineer, Hale Hospital, h. 9 Grove, Br. _| H 

" Timothy, h. 136 Lafayette sq. O < 

" see O'Donovan " -< 

Dore Ella L. Mrs. h. 26 Emerson T w 

" E. N. Mrs. h. 8 Ford 2 % 

" Leslie, b. 8 Ford g r 

" see Dorr Ui r 

Dorion Gustave, clerk, 42 Lafayette sq. rms. do. J 



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Dorion Louis P. A, (Dorion & Bazin), 42 Lafayette sq. 
and physician, 121 Merrimack rms. 59 Main 

" & Bazin (Louis P. A. Dorion and Edmond Bazin) 
druggist, 42 Lafayette sq. 
Dorman George B. sticher, h. 26 Vine 

" George E. leather cutter, b. r. 26 Jackson 

" Nettie, widow, h. r. 26 Jackson [h. 46 do. 

Dorr Adelbert L. (A. L. Dorr Supply Co.) 44 Wash. ave. 

" Adelbert L. Jr. clerk, 44 Washington ave. b. 46 do. 

" A. L. Supply Co. (Adelbert L. Dorr) groceries, 44 
Wash. ave. 

" Mary, shoe worker, rms. 30 Orchard 
Dorsey Luke, shoemaker, b. 64 Hancock 

" Michael J. stock fitter, h. 64 Hancock 

" Thomas, mason and plasterer, 49 Fifth ave. h. do. 

" Thomas H. bartender, ^tna Hotel, h. 21 Dexter 
Doten George, coachman, C. H. Davis, North av. rms. do. 
Doty Ellery W. cook, 6 Essex, rms. 76 Emerson 
Doucette Adrien, shoemaker, h. 28 Broadway 

" Anthoine, wood heeler, h. 3 Le Blanc 

" Charles B. shoemaker, h. 95 Bellevue ave. 

" Daniel, iceman, b. 67 Webster 

" Desire, beater out, h. 3 Lapierre [way 

" Frank E. coachman, 40 Westland ter. h. 10 Woodland 

" Henry, shoemaker, rms. 50 Temple 

" Israel, teamster, b. 32 Howard 

" Joseph, iceman, b. 67 Webster 

" Joseph, shoemaker, rms. 247 Essex 

" Joseph A. heel cutter, h. 40 Central, Br. 

" Lumina, widow of Charles, h. 105 Bellevue ave. 

" Mary J. widow of Theo. h. 2 Eastern ave. 

" Victorine A. stenographer, 81 Washington, b. 396 do. 

" William, beater out, h. 27 Orchard 

" William, shoemaker, b. 50 Wash ave. 
Doughty Charles E. grocer, 54 Howard, h. 52 do. 

" Charles F. student, b. 146 Cedar 

" Herman, sole cutter, h. 146 Cedar 

" William E. shoemaker, b. 11 Pleasant 

" Willis E. teamster, h. 1 1 Pleasant 
Douglass Charles E. shoe packer, h. 22 Swasey 

" George W. carpenter, h. Rosemont, n. Main 
DOW ALBERT H. furniture repairer, 4 West, h. 51 
Cedar. See page 73 

" Alice E. piano teacher, 13 Portland, b. do. 

" Charles L. foreman, h. 37 Fifth ave. 






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Dow Frank A. shoe contractor, h. 54 Portland 

" Fred H., Goodyear stitcher, h. 13 Arch ave. 

" F. Irving, h. 40 Arlington 

" Hannah E. widow of Lorenzo, b. 1 Sheridan 

" Helen, widow of William C. h. 54 Green 

" Helen B. widow of Gilman L. h. 59 Sixth ave. 

" Hermon W. shoe cutter, b. 37 Fifth ave. 

" Howard B. clerk, 105 Merrimack, b. 13 Portland 

" John L. agent, 114 Washington, h. 208 Main 

" J. A. shoemaker, h. 19 Sixth ave. 

" Martin, shoemaker, h. 37 Fifth ave. 

" Mary E. widow of John C. h. 10 Green 

" Mehitable W. widow of Francis V. h. 47 Pecker 

" Moses, shoemaker, h. 4 Masonic ct. 

" Moses H. (Stevens & Dow) 176 Winter, and salesman, 
81 Washington, h. 47 Pecker 

" Orin B. h. 56 Howard 
DOW S. AZRO, mngr. M. Steinert & Sons Co. and 
artists' materials and music teacher,l 05 Merrimack, 
h. 13 Portland. See page 807 

" William L. shoe mnfr. 55 Wingate, h. 84 Arlington 
Downer Frank J. shoecutter, rms. 115 Emerson 

" Sadie, shoe presser, rms. 29 Fountain 
Downes Charles L. shoemaker, h. 47 Wash. ave. 

" Frederick R. supt. Bradford P. O. Station, 89 Main, 
Br. h. 23 Pine, do. 

" Herbert W. W. music teacher, 167 Main, Br. h. do. 

" Isabel R. h. 330 Washington 

" John, baker, 165 and 354^ Washington, h. 330 do. 

" see Downs 
Downey James A. carpenter, h. 314 Water 

" Joseph, laborer, b. 13 Lancaster 

" William J. sole cutter, b. 44 Harrison 
Downie Rebecca H. widow of Edward M. b. 1 Van Buren 
Downing Amos W. pres. Hav. Co-oper. Bank, h. 16 Vine 

" Florence, cashier, 140 Merrimack, b. 3 Davis pi. 

" Irving G. leather, B. b. 16 Vine 

" Perley A. shoe cutter, b. 16 Green 
Downs Lurad H. salesman, C. K. Fox, h. 327 Washington 

" Lutie M. teacher stenography, 91 Merrimack, b. 12 
Sixth ave. [emy, h. at Andover 

" Samuel M. teacher music and harmony, Bradford acad- 

" Ursula R. h. 12 Sixth ave. 
Doyle John W. hatter, h. 20 Lafayette sq. 

" Joseph, shoe treer, b. 51 Ayer 




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Doyle Michael, shoemaker, h. 132 Franklin 

" Michael Jr. shoemaker, b. 132 Franklin 

" Thomas M. concreter, h. 38 Kimball, Br. 

" Thomas P. shoemaker, h. 67 Franklin 

" William H. laborer, h. Ferry rd. c. Main, Br. 

" William H. repairer, 152 Merrimack, b. 174 do. 
Dracopulos Peter, fruit, h. 196 Essex 
Drake Edward, gardener, h. Oxford ave. W.-H. 

" & Stead, Newburyport express, 23 Merrimack 
Draper George, job wagon, Washington sq. h. 62 Howard 

" George R. cashier, B. b. 40 Chestnut 

" John, job wagon, Washington sq. h. 40 Chestnut 

" Mary C. Mrs. shoe bow maker, b. A. E. Buzzell's, 
Liberty 
Dresser E. Frances, h. 49 Pleasant 

" George H. tinsmith, b. 142 Kenoza 

" Georgia, Mrs. h. 42 Greenville 

" Henrietta M. teacher, Crowell school, b. 25 Green 

" Henry N. farmer, h. 142 Kenoza 

" James I. h. 32 Whittier 

" Mary, widow of Albert L. h. 7 Spring pi. 

" Wilhelmina K. teacher elocution, 25 Green, b. do. 

" William M. bookkeeper, h. 25 Green 
Drew A. Mrs. h. 45 Washington ave. 

" Charles F. hairdresser, 52 Washington, h. 13 Fountain 

" Charles H. heel cutter, rms. 55 Emerson 

" Charles N. heel cutter, rms. 5 Masonic ct. 

" Ellen D. widow of John W. h. 5 Masonic ct. 

" Frank E. shoe cutter, h. 18 Davenport 

" Frank F. shoe cutter, h. 24 Franklin 

" Frank F. Mrs. dressmaker, 24 Franklin, h. do. 

" George C. laster, rms. 58 How 

" George W. sawyer, h. 47 North 

" James M. h. 32 Locke 

" Kibby N. foreman, 17 Locust, h. 37 Main 

" Nathaniel B. heel cutter, h. iy 2 Walnut 

" Olive A. furrier, 26 Main, h. 25 Portland 

" William G. shoe cutter, rms. Ill Emerson 
Drewett Albert H. salesman, at B. h. 44 Ninth ave. 
Drinkwater Edwin R. carpenter, rms. 3 Dustin 

" Emma M. Mrs. h. Main, n. N. H. line 

" Frederick I. marble cutter, 66 Winter, h. 136 do. 
Driscoll Annie F. bookkeeper, 42 Merrimack, b. 6 Rose 

" Charles, telegrapher, B. & M. sta. Br. b. 50 Kim- 
ball, do. 



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HAVERHILL 155 DIRECTORY 



Driscoll Cornelius, laborer, h. r. 6 Rose 

" Cornelius F. laborer, h. 63 Hale 

" Cornelius P. mgr. H. B. B. club, rms. 11 How 

" Daniel, shoemaker, b. 221 Water 

" Daniel F. shoemaker, h. 6 Rose 

" Dennis E. clerk, h. 6 Rose 

" Dennis M. machine operator, b. 6 Rose 

" Elizabeth, widow of Daniel, h. 221 Water 

" Ellen, widow of John, h. 50 Kimball, Br. 

" Florence, laborer, h. 66 Fifth ave 

" Fred J. box maker, b. 50 Kimball, Br. 

" John, laborer, h. 74 Fifth ave 

" John, stone cutter, b. 233 Winter 

" John D. Jr. laborer, h. 23^ River, Br. 

" John P. clerk, 16 Water, b. 221 Water 

" Jeremiah, shoemaker, b. 32 High 

" Joseph T. shoemaker, b. 6 Rose 

" Katie T. stitcher, h. 78 Cedar 

" Lillian E. cashier, 42 Merrimack, b. 6 Rose 

" Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, h. 94 Primrose 

" Mary, wiaow of John, h. 6 Rose 

" Mary L. shoe trimmer, rms. 48 Washington ave. 

" Robert H. 27 Myrtle 

" Thomas J. shoemaker, b. 6 Rose 

" Timothy F. laborer, h. 3 Cottage 

" William J. shoemaker, h. 22 Dexter 
Drohan John T. shoemaker, h. 28 North 
Drolette Henri, shoemaker, h. 94 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph A. shoemaker, b. 90 Bellevue ave." 
Drown Orlando, carpenter, h. 45 Howard 
Druehl Hugo, rms. 107 Chestnut 
Drury Charles, reporter, b. 17 Central, Br. 

" Charles M. blacksmith, h. 17 Central, Br. 

" Charlotte M. Mrs. dressmaker, 15 Union, h. do. 

" Madge A. principal, Westport school, b. 17 Central, Br. 
Dryden Rose, widow of Edward, h. Cedar, c. Four- 
teenth ave. 
Dube Frank, shoemaker, rms. 81 Merrimack 

" John, shoemaker, rms. 15 Arch 

" Joseph, stone cutter, h. 184 Water 

" Sigfroid, foreman, brick maker, h. 7 Eighteenth ave. 
Dubois Arthur, shoemaker, b. 1 Lafayette ave. 

" Celinire, widow of Ferdinand, h. 1 Lafayette ave. 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 205 Water 

" Emile, shoemaker, b. 1 Lafayette ave. 

SS3S: H. L. TAYLOR *NJ! 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 15G DIRECTORY 



Dubois Napoleon, blacksmith, 6 Granite, b. 20 Lafayette 

" Noe, horse shoei, 6 Granite, b. 20 Lafayette 

" Philip J. shoemaker, h. 97 Broadway 

" Pierre, shoemaker, b. 223 River 

" see Wood 
Dubreuil Eugene P. cloth dresser, h. 35 Hillside 

" Ovila, laster, b. 44 Hillside 
Ducey Bessie D. Mrs. h. 168 Webster 

" Frank H. foreman, 17 Locust, h. 3 Nineteenth ave. 

" Leslie, shoemaker, rms. Ill Emerson 
Duchaine Adrien, shoemaker, h. 9 Jordan 

" Alfred, shoemaker, h. 21 Oak terrace 

" Archille, shoemaker, h. 95 Bellevue ave. 

" Philip, operative, h. 72 Bellevue ave. 
Ducharme Charles A. shoemaker, h, 33 Merrimack 

" Charles H. eyeletter, b. 136 Water 

" Fred F. heel cutter, b. 136 Water 

" Julia M. Mrs. dressmaker, 136 Water, h. do. 

" Melvin, shoemaker, h. Cross rd. n. sta. W. H. 
Duchemin Adolphe, shoe repairer, 56 Essex, h. do. 

" Hercule, shoemaker, h. 17 Oak terrace 

" Raphael, shoemaker, h. 3 Eose ave. 

" Zepherin, shoemaker, h. 31 Oak terrace 
Ducnesney Victoria Mrs. h. 59 Essex 
Dudley Abbie J. widow of George W. h. 11 Green 

" Alvin D. h. 259 Main 

" Buzzel D. laster, rms. r. 39 Oak 

" Charles D. salesman, 66 Wash. b. 16 Highland ave. 

" Dana T. (D. T. Dudley & Co.) h. 16 Highland ave. 

" D. T. & Co. (Dana T. and Frank E. Dudley) shoe 
trimmings, 66 Washington, and shoe lace mnfr. 
end Hale 

" Frank E. (D. T. Dudley & Co.) h. 282 Main 

" George W. shoemaker, h. 12 New, Br. 

" John, shoecutter, rms. 129 Merrimack 

" John W. shoe cutter, b. 22 Newcomb 
J " Joseph, shoemaker, h. 61 Lincoln, Br. 

" Lewis B. (L. B. Dudley & Co.) b. 61 Lincoln, Br. 

" L. B. & Co. (Lewis B. Dudley and George O'Connell) 
shoe mnfrs. 63 Washington 

" M. Eugene, shoe mnfr. h. Oxford ave. W. H.* 
Default Alfred, clerk, 14 Locust, b. 26 Oak terrace 

" Julia, widow of \braham, h. 26 Oak terrace 

" Louis, shoemaker, h. 26 Oak terrace 
DurTee William F. (W. F. DurTee & Co.) 176 Main, h. do. 



HAVERHILL 157 DIRECTORY 



DUFFEE W. F. & CO. (William F. Duffee) con- 

creters, 176 Main. See page 817 
Duffey Thomas C. last maker, h. 29 Lindel 
Duffle Maud Mrs. h. 1 Crosby 

" Rebecca E. h. 109 Water 
Duffy Ralph P. clerk, 68 Merrimack, h. at S. Groveland 

" see Duffee 
Dufour Eli, foreman, h. 4 Marshall 

" Horace, shoemaker, h. 20 Hillside 

" Wilfred, shoemaker, h. Rosemont 
Dufresne Louis, wood worker, h. 167 River 

" Ursule Mrs. grocer, 167 River,, h. do. 

" William W. hat finisher, h. 1 Garfield 
Dugan Daniel, shoecutter, b. 81 Bellevue ave. 

" James, h. 91 Locke 

" John, clerk, 231 Winter, b. 81 Bellevue ave. 

" Patrick, laster, b. 81 Bellevue ave. 

" Timothy, variety, 231 Winter, h. 81 Bellevue ave. 
Dugas Cordelia, widow of George H. h. 73 Pecker 

" Emma, clerk, 140 Merrimack, h. 73 Pecker 

" Lelia Z. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 73 Pecker 

" Mary L. bookkeeper, 236 Essex, h. 73 Pecker 
Dugdale James E. (Murray & Dugdale) 23 Water, h. 6 

Central, Br. 
Duggan Cornelius, shoemaker, b. 15 Lewis 

" Daniel, mason's tender, h. 1 5 Lewis 
Dumaine Azilda, widow of John B. h. 55 High 

" George J. shoemaker, h. 55 High 
Dumas Charles, heel cutter, h. r. 12 Walnut 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 26 Washington ave. 
Dumont David, shoemaker, h. 95 Bellevue ave. 

" Frank H. shoemaker, h. Bateman, n. Maurice 

" Raymond A. clerk, 21 Wash, sq. b. 99 Bellevue ave. 
Dumore Sarah widow, h. 20 Lafayette, Br. 
Dunbar Margaret A. Mrs lodging house, 28 Emerson 
Duncan Caroline, h. 5 Summer 

" Emma P. dressmaker, 46 How, b. do. 

" Handy L. whitener, 22 Pleasant, h. River st. ext. 

" James H. (estate) power to let, r. City Hall, office 3 
Water 
Dunham Charles, last maker, b. 45 Fourth ave. 

" Huldah, widow of William, h. r. 142 Winter 

" Nancy L. widow of William F. h. 1 Autumn pi. 

" Robert C. shoe cutter, h. 5 Walnut 

Q PflT Th carpenter and builder 

U. UULL, MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 



N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel. 



HAVERHILL '158 DIRECTORY 



Dunham William, last maker, h. 45 Fourth ave. 

" see Denham 
Dunlap David, h. 288 N. Broadway 
Dunlea James, shoe cutter, h. Altamont, n. Broadway 

" John M. lawyer, 91 Merrimack, h. 20 Windsor 

" Thomas, shoe cutter, h. 164 Webster 
Dunmore Frank H. department store, 227 Wash, and 

White, cor. Portland, h. 20 Columbus ave. 
Dunn Alice L. Mrs. h. 16 Lindel 

" Charles R. foreman, h. 9 Kent 

" Charles S. physician, 133 Main, h. do. 

" Emma F. Mrs. h. 1 Baldwin 

" Fred G. shoemaker, h. 93 Fountain 

" John A. hairdresser, 27 Main, h. 48 Water 

" William A. shoemaker, h. 33 Eighth ave. 
Dunnells Fred T. shoe finisher, b. 298 Washington 

" Harold A. bottler, 18 Phoenix row, rms. 392 Wash. 

" Herbert E. shoe cutter, h. 392 Washington 

" Irving C. driver, 18 Phoenix row, h. 7 Baltimore 

" John Wesley, shoe cutter, h. 298 Washington [A. V. 
Dunning Etta, widow of Elijah, h. Crystal, n. Broadway, 
Dunsmoor Judge T. h. 123 Main, Br. 

" Robert b. 123 Main, Br. 
Dupont Charles A. shoemaker, h. 3 Federal 

" Nelson, shoemaker, h. 14 High 
Dupuis Josie, widow, h. 60 High 

" Louis, shoemaker, h. 2 Mt. Dustin ave. 

" Sarah, widow of Nelson h. 38 High 

" William, shoemaker, b. 60 High 
Duquette Eugene, shoemaker, h. 39 Hilldale ave. 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 24 Oak ter. 

" Joseph, mason, h. 39 Hilldale ave. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 35 Essex [Howard 

Durant Albert F. foreman, Oilman Hat Co., Br. h. 66 

" Charles E. physician, 105 Emerson, office hours, 9 to 
9.30 a. m. and 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. ; h. 5 Grand 

" Charles F. h. 39 Oak 

" Charles F. peddler, h. 34 How 

" Mary M. h. 66 Howard 

" Thomas, hairdresser, 120 Merrimack h. 15 Hillside 
Durbin Emma E. widow, h. 34 Ayer [ave. Br. 

Durgin Arthur F. bookkeeper, 86 Wash. h. 22 Lexington 

" Arthur L. laster, 56 Temple 

" Charles H. S. (J. H. Durgin & Son) h. 4 Byron, Br. 

" Daniel E. inspector of police, h. 90 Main 



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HAVERHILL 159 DIRECTORY 



Durgin Edwin C. trimming cutter, h. r. 41 Pilling 

k< Elmer E. h. 12 Orchard 

" Ernest A. shoemaker, h. 7 Gilbert ave. 

" F. S. Mrs. h. 5 Currier pi. 

" George E. hardware, 43 Wash. h. 12 Elm, Br. 

" George F. shoemaker, h. 38 Lincoln, Br. 

" George S. shoe cutter, h. 131 High 

" George W. clerk, 76 Winter, b. 2 Newell 

" Harriet E. widow h. 17 Kent 

" James H. (J. H. Durgin & Son) h. Elm, c. Chadwick, Br. 

" J. H. & Son, (James H. and Charles H. S.) shoemnfrs. 
86 Washington, store 36 Lincoln, B. 

•" Neri Edward, edge setter, h. 10 Temple pi. 

" Olive H. widow of Charles C. h. 69 How 

" Orlando V. shoemaker, h. River bey. Forest 

" Willard, clerk, 5* White, h. 49 Webster 
Durkee Grace W. Mrs. shoe stitcher, h. 48 Moore [h. do. 

" J. Walter, contractor and builder, 31 Columbus ave. ISSI 

" L. William, McKay stitcher, h. 366 Salem, Br. ^9 

Durling Edward J. shoe mnfr. r. 61 Temple, h. 47 Jackson gj 
Durocher Alfred, carpenter, b. 105 Bellevue ave. *g* 

" Edmond, carpenter, b. 105 Bellevue ave. *J 

" Joseph B. carpenter, h. 105 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph B. Jr. shoemaker, h. 105 Bellevue ave. 
Dusseault Leon, shoemaker, h. 127 Hilldale ave. €9 

" Oscar, shoemaker, b. 127 Hilldale ave. ^H ! 

" Placide, shoemaker, b. 127 Hilldale ave. 

" Remy, shoemaker, rms. 9 Hillside pi. 
Dustin Elizabeth, nurse, b. 390 Water 

" Harriet M. Mrs. b. 119 Main 
Duston Charles M. wood worker, h. 548 Main 

" Levi, farm hand, h. 13 Boardman £ 

Dutra Bros. (Theodore P. Dutra) cigars, etc. 29 Wash. Cm 

" Theodore P. (Dutra Bros.) h. 4 Forest ave. 2 

Dutton Charles H. Jr. cashier, Second Nat. Bank, house 0< 
102 Chestnut Hip 

" Clarerice, salesman h. 127 Portland * p 

" Luna, widow, h. 127 Portland g -g 

Dwinnells Celia J. widow of William, h. 43 Vine 2 o 

" Edward M. shoemaker, b. 34 Ayer qH 

" Elizabeth, widow of Charles, h. 65 Water " m 

" Elizabeth H. widow of Moses, h. 23 Myrtle PI 

" Elroy, foreman, 357 River, h. 41 Vine 

" Estelle A. milliner, 128 Winter, h. 43 Vine 

" Frank, farm hand, b. 34 Ayer 



HAVERHILL 160 DIRECTORY 



Dwinnells Fred, heel cutter, b. 34 Ayer 

" George, strawboard worker, b. 34 Ayer 

" George A. foreman, r. 22 Phoenix row, h. Pearson, W. H. 

" John, shoemaker, h. 34 Ayer 

" Lewis Everett, shoe cutter, b. 23 Myrtle 

" Walter S. laster, h. 2 Arch pi. 
Dwyer Augustine J. b. 18 Blossom, Br. 

" Charles, teamster, h. 26 Howard 

" Fabian A. b. 18 Blossom, Br. 

" Gertrude, bookkeeper, 56 Wingate, b. 16 Blossom, Br. 

" Grace F. bookkeeper, 85 Merrimack, bds. 18 Blossom, 
Br. 

" Ida, widow of Silas, h. 57 High 

" James, h. 23 Grove 

" James Jr. job wagon, Washington sq. h. 23 Grove 

" James F. mngr. 210 Merrimack, rms. 60 Arlington 

" James G. C. shipper, 260 River, h. Salem, opp. May- 
nard, Br. 

" James W. clerk, B. b. 18 Blossom, Br. 

" John W. musician and agt. Haverhill Brass Band, h. 
107 Portland 

" John W. h. r. 226 Washington 

" Lewis M. driver, 32 Orchard, h. at Lawrence 

" Lewis R. student, b. 16 Blossom, Br. 

" Margaret, widow of William, h. 23 Ferry, Br. 

" Mary A. widow of John, h. 18 Blossom, Br. 

" Moses, job wagon, Wash. sq. h. 7 Lafayette ave. 

" Richard, h. 16 Blossom, Br. 

" Samuel, shoemaker, b. 57 High 

" William, machinist, h. Salem, n. S. Cross rd. Br. 

" William G. shoe cutter, b. 18 Blossom, Br. 

" William H. clerk, 8 Merrimack, b. 16 Blossom, Br. 

" William T. shoemaker, b. 23 Ferry, Br. 
Dwyre David J. letter carrier, h. 29 Grove 

" Thomas E. blacksmith, h. 28 Grove 
Dyer Bertram N. hairdresser, 122 Washington, rms. 23 
Washington ave. [ave. 

" Charles N. salesman, 81 Washington, h. 30 Columbus 

" Fred E. M. engineer, h. 6 Masonic ct. 

" William, h. Sagamore, n. Main 

" William E. shoemaker, h. Sagamore, n. Main 



EAGER JOHN, hatter, h. 5 Beach 
" John J. Jr. hatter, b. 5 Beach 
" William F.hatter, b. 5 Beach 



HAVERHILL 161 DIRF.CTORY 



EAGLE HOTEL, John J. Linehan, prop. 25 Main. 
See page 1 1 

" House stables, rear 25 Main 
EAGLE LAUNDRY, Mrs. A. H. Hodgdon, prop. 

rear 106 to 114 Merrimack. See page 825 
Earnes Lula L. bookkeeper, 48 Wash. rms. 82 Arlington 
Earle Joseph M. boarding house, 196 Merrimack 

" William B. vamper, rms. 398 Washington 
East Haverhill and Rocks Village Post Office, W. H. Saw- 
yer, clerk, Main, cor. River, R. V. 
Eastman Abbie, widow of Frank N. h. 7£ Wyatt 

" Alvin B. shoemaker, h. 16 Oak 

" Charles H. shoemaker, h. 65 Water 

" Charles M. shoemaker, b. 65 Water 

" Emily E. A. widow of Charles, h. Boston rd. W. H. 

" George E. shoemaker, h. 11 Arch 

" George O. beater out, h. Newton rd. n. Gile 

" Hannah M. widow of Richard, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Harlan B. salesman, h. 93 Fountain 

" Harry L. grocer, and clerk in charge, A. V. postal sta. 
h. n. do. [North ave. 

" Harvey R. salesman, B. F. Leighton & Co. house 89 

" Hattie Mrs. rms. 195 Washington 

" James D. farmer, h. 7 Ashland 

" John F. shoe cutter, h. 12 Shepherd 

" Louis, rms. 8 How 

" M. Louise Mrs. h. 20 Main 

" M. Netta, nurse, h. 48 Highland ave. [land ave. 

" Susie A. teacher, Geo. Cogswell school, bds. 48 High- 
Eaton Abiah W. widow of William B. h. 104 Essex 

" Albert S. engineer, 67 Washington, h. 29 Jackson 

" Albert W. car conductor, b. 704 Main 

"Alfred, foreman, 62 Washington, h. 32 Fernald ave. 

" Annie F. boarding house, 14 Duncan 

" Arthur K. freight handler, h. 127 Franklin 

u Catherine, widow of George W. h. 9 Summer, Br. 

" Charles B. shoe trimmer, h. 94 Groveland 

" C. Herbert, h. 154 Merrimack 

" D. Herbert, shoe cutter, h. 37 Cedar 

" Edward O. clerk and supt. of carriers, P. O. h. 106 Essex 

" Ernest W. foreman, at B. b. 37 Cedar 

" Frank W. shoemaker, h. 3 Ringgold 

" Fred P. shipper, b. 94 Groveland 

" George W. supt. 270 River, h. 381 Washington 

" Herbert F. upholsterer, 113 Water, h. do. 




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HAVERHILL 162 DIRECTORY 



Eaton Herbert L. engineer, h. 3 Franklin 

" James, b. 83 Fountain 

" James E. shoemaker, hr. 7 Temple 

" John, stage mngr. 3 Essex, rms. 101 Merrimack 

" John G. shoemaker, b. 14 Duncan 

" John S. shoemaker, h. 4 Richardson pi. 

" Mary E. widow of Albert W. h. 704 Main [Winter 

" Otis T. engineer, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. 267 

" Philean, widow of William H. h. Lake, West Parish 

" Prince A. shoemaker, rms. 44 Portland 

" Ralph W. bookkeeper, b. 3 Ringgold 

" Samuel S. h. 9 Cottage 

" VValter H. motorman, h. Lake, W. P. 

" William A. shoemaker, h. 32 School 
Eckel Arthur E. Mrs. h. 9 Baltimore 
Eddy James, stableman, 23 Hale, h. 19 Fifth ave. 

" John A. driver, 23 Hale, h. 19 Fifth ave. 
Edgerly Albert C. bookkeeper, 132 Essex, h. 8 Elm, Br. 

" Charles A. shoemaker, h. 14 Dover 

" Elwin A. salesman, 132 Essex, h. 47 Fourth ave. 

" Frank B. shoemaker, b. 127 Franklin 

" Frank L. carpenter, h. 6 Eighth ave. 

" Gilman, shoemaker, h. 37 Howard 

" Hollis B. clerk, 208 Merrimack, rms. 20 Orchard 

" John H. apothecary, 333 Washington, h. 381 do. 
Edgerton Margaret J. widow of Edgar, h. 23 Fernald ave. 

Edison , h. 67 Merrimac, Br. 

Edmonds Harvey, shoemaker, rms. 50 How 

" VValter H. sec. 31 Washington, h. 10 Essex 
Edney Alice A. Mrs. 82 Merrimack, h. 74 How 

" Bessie H. piano teacher, b. 74 How 

" Eva L. widow of John J. Jr. h. 93 Grove 

" George W. musician, and teacher dancing, 82 Merri- 
mack, h. 74 How [Emerson 
Edson Jennie S. prin. asst. Winter st. school, rms. 117 

" Nellie M. teacher, Winter st. school, rms. 117 Emerson 
Edwards Charles, h. 168 Water 

" Charles B. student, b. 52 Park 

" Charles R. hat finisher, h. 13 Florence ave. 

" Frederick G. shoe cutter, b. 13 Florence ave. 

" F. Eugene, clerk, 442 Water, h. 1 1 Mechanic 

" Harriet H. widow, h. 168 Water 

" Isabella, widow of John, h. 13 Florence ave. 

" John M. hat finisher, b. 13 Florence ave. 

" Sarah S. h. 1 Arlington pi. 



HAVERHILL 163 DIRECTORY 



Edwards William J. h. 52 Park 

Egan Edward, shoemaker, h. 26 Harrison 

Eigner Joseph, baker, h. 34 Varnum 

Kills Mary J. widow, h. 375 Washington [h. do. 

Ela Tames M. keeper, Whittier's birthplace, Amesbury rd. 

" William E. (Sullivan & Ela) 66 Winter, h. 2 Forest av. 
Elder Albert L. slipper maker, h. 47 Sixth ave. 
Eldredge Clarence H. farmer, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale 

" Lilly, clerk, 39 Merrimack, b. 12 Lafayette, Br. 

" William A. carpenter, b. 12 Lafayette, Br. 

" William S. carpenter, h. 12 Lafayette, Br. 
Elizabeth Home for Children, 195 Main 
Elkey James, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington 
Elkins Harriet L. Mrs. boarding house, 18 Emerson 
Ellingham Samuel J. bar keeper, h. 29 Merrimack 
Elliot Catherine, widow of John, nurse, rms. 20 Newcomb 

" Catherine E. music teacher, 20 Newcomb, rms. do. 

" Charles B. engineer, 161 Water, rms. 148 do. 

" George E. steam fitter, r. 22 Main, h. 10 Ferry, Br. 
Elliott C. Bert, box maker, h. 3 Plummer 

" Elizabeth M. widow of Henry, h. 37 Charles 

" Ernest B. clerk, b. 73 Grove 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. 40 Varnum 

" George C. (George C. Elliott Co.) 218 to 224 River, 
h. 52 Lake View ave. 
ELLIOTT GEORGE C. CO. coal and wood, 218 
to 224 River. See page 821 

" George E. mortgages, 104 Merrimack, h. 35 Fourth av. 

" George H. office, 26 Washington sq. h. 92 Winter 

" George J. hostler, 19 Stage, h. 2 Spring pi. 

" George T. shoemaker, b. 82 Temple 

" Hazen B. h. Elliot, n. Amesbury rd. 

" James H. machine operator, h. 21 Keeley 

" Jettie F. bookkeeper, 218 River, b. 2 Spring pi. 

" John, farmer, h. Elliot, n. Amesbury rd. 

" John, McKay operator, h. 73 Grove 

" Lockhart H. shoemaker, h. 82 Temple 

" Mary R. h. Eliott, n. Amesbury rd. 

" Matilda T. widow of William, h. 16 Ferry, Br. 

" M. Cora, clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 2 Spring pi. 

" Perry E. (Haverhill House Heating Co.) 97 Washing- 
ton, h. 36 Macon ave. 

" Robert H. foreman, Lennox & Briggs, h. 14 Maple 
Ellis Albert O. shoe laster, h. 41 Lindel 

" Alberto H. (G. H. & A. H. Ellis) h. 89 Emerson 



coT L " H. L. TAYLOR & CO 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 164 DIRECTORY 



Ellis Annie, clerk,. 54 Merrimack, b. 422 Main 

" Arthur A. clerk, 235 Wash. b. 76 Main, Br. 

" Carrie Mrs. teacher elocution, 1 Hammond ct. rms. do. 

" Charles A. shoe mnfr. at Newburyport, h. 236 Main, Br. 

" Clifton G. b. 422 Main 

" Cyrus C. h. 17 North ave. 

" Edward, shoe cutter, b. 12 Dover 

" Ferdinand B. box maker, h. 125 Water 

" Francis E. shoe cutter, h. Boston rd. n. Cross rd. W. H. 

" Franklin L. harness maker, 5 Fleet, h. 1 Spring pi. 

" George F. machinist, h. 76 Main, Br. 

11 George H. driver, 23 Hale, h. at Groveland 

" George H. leather worker, b. 3 Lafayette, Br. 

" George H. (G. H. & A. H. Ellis) h. 21 Keelev 

" G. H. & A. H. (George H. and Alberto H.) heel 
mnfrs. 150 Washington 

" Hiram D. shoe repairer, h. 422 Main 

" James H. shoemaker, b. 3 Stewart 

" Joshua, h. Cross rd. W. H. station [Wash. 

" Lacer Co. W. Eugene Ellis, prop, mnfrs. shoe lacers, 40 

" Lendoll F. heel cutter, h. 12 Dover 

" Victor E. heel cutter, h. Ferry rd. n. railroad, W. H. 

" Warren M. shoe cutter, h. 55 Green 

" William, box maker, b. r. 17 Maple 

" W. Eugene (Ellis Lacer Co.) 40 Wash. h. 17 North av. 
Ellison Alice M. Mrs. h. 3 Davis pi. 

" Alman J. teamster, r. 1 Water, b. 15 Oak 

" Annie E. Mrs. clerk, 28 Merrimack, rms. 45 Vestry 

" Herbert, wood and coal, Stevens, h. 15 Oak 

" Isabella, widow of Jacob, bakery, 17 Oak, h. 15 do. 

" [ohn O. (J. O. Ellison & Co..) rms. 25 How 
ELLISON J. O. & CO. (John O Ellison) coal, 
wood, hay, etc. r. 1 Water, 142 Essex, 2b Walnut 
and 16 Main. See page 809 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 39 Greenville 
Ellsworth Daniel W. sole cutter, h. 11 Race 

" Frank D. shoemaker, b. 11 Race 

" Prudence, widow of Charles, b. 1 Haseltine ct. 
Elman Abraham, shoemaker, h. 65 River 
Elmer Edward, clerk, 13 Main, b. 40 Locust [Chestnut 
Elms Frederick W. chief engineer, L. L. & H. sta. h. 14 
Elvvell Arthur P. shoemaker, b. 475 Washington 

" Guy, shoe worker, b. 475 Washington 

" Vesta E. widow of George F. h. 475 Washington 
Emberg Howard, packer, rms. 1 Henry 



HAVERHILL 165 DIRECTORY 



Emerson Abbie L. h. 29 Fountain 
" Ada S. and Ella J. b. 27 Columbus ave. 
" Adelfred L. clerk, 193 Wash. h. 44 Grove 
" Adin L. shoemaker, rms. 27 Washington ave. 
" Albert, h. 27 Columbus ave. 

" Albert H. foreman, 356 River, h. 146 N. Broadway 
" Albert G. farm hand, b. 260 N. Broadway 
" Alberta L. shoe cutter, rms. 27 Washington ave. 
" Benjamin E. shoe cutter, h. 6 Ford 
" Carrie, shoe stitcher, rms. 48 Portland 
" Charles & Sons (George L. Emerson) crockery, etc. 

97 and 99 Merrimack 
" Charles B. apothecary, 2 Merrimack, h. 5 Pleasant, Br. 
" Charles C. L., Goodyear operator, h. 37 Hancock 
" Charles G. clerk, 171 Washington, h. 12 Temple 
" Charles W. farmer, h. Broadway, n. Univ. church 
" Ellius A. farmer, h. 260 N. Broadway [Hancock 

" Eugene E. (R. E. Hewitt & Co.) 98 River, rms. 41 
" E. Herbert, h. 3 Nichols 
" George E. bookkeeper, rms. 27 Summer 
" George F. shoemaker, rms. 46 Washington ave. 
" George L. (Charles Emerson & Sons) crockery, etc. 

97 and 99 Merrimack, h. 35 Saltonstall rd. 
" George L. farm hand, b. Rufus Emerson's 
" George K. b. 37 Hancock 

" Hervey M. (Rowe & Emerson) clothing, 68 Merri- 
mack, h. 57 Webster 
" Horton C. agent. 114 Wash. h. 32 Colby Br. 
" Isaac N. shoe mnfr. 31 Washington, h. Seventeenth 

ave. n. Main 
" James H. boarding house, 126 Winter 
" Joseph F. shoe cutter, b. 8 Wilson 
" Julia F. stitcher, h. 41 Water 
" Lavina, widow of John E. H. h. 23 Pentucket 
" Lydia, widow of Marcus, h. 288 N. Broadway 
" Lizzie, teacher, Chestnut st. school, rms. 20 Vestry 
" Louis G. baker, b. 48 Dudley 
" Mary A. widow of William H. h. 52 How 
" Mary F. widow of George R. h. 31 Eastern ave. 
" Mathilda A. widow of Moses E. h. 30 Summer 
" Rebecca, widow of John P. h. 4 Lindel 
" Rufus farmer and cider, Broadway, bey. Lake, h. do. 
" Sarah W. widow of Isaiah H. h. 41 Hancock [church 
" Sarah W. widow of Josiah T* h. Brordway, n. Univ. 
" Walter C. shoe cutter, b. 11 How 

Irian s. cole, sks 

Residence, 4 KimDall Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL l(j6 DIRECTORY 



Emerson Warren, pres. Essex Nat. Bank, and clothing and 
furnishings, 49 Merrimack, h. 136 Arlington 

" William, b. 153 Main 

" William, shoemaker, rms. 25 How [ave. 

" William W. salesman, 97 Merrimack, h. 66 Highland 

" W. Harrison, h. N. Broadway, bey. Vale 

" , h. Concord ave. 

Emerton Gertrude J. h. 53 Main 

" John F. janitor, Academy of Music, rms. 53 Main 

" Mattie Mrs. h. 48 Lincoln ave. 
Emery Albert E. messenger, 23 Hale, h. 27 Brockton ave. 

" Albert E. shoemaker, h. 99 Bellevue ave. 

" Almira, widow of Byron, h. 20 Pecker 

" Almoran H. carpenter, h. 22 Kent 

u Arthur A. leather sorter, b. 40 Fernald ave. 

" Charles P. (Emery & Co.) h. 23 Hamilton ave. [ave. 

" Elizabeth H. widow of Benjamin E. b. 27 Brockton 

" Frank B. shoe cutter, h. 31 Ringgold 

" Harry R. (Emery & Co.) h. 146 Main 

" Horace, farmer, h. Plaistow rd. n. Baptist church, R.V. 

" Isaac A. stable, 24 Essex, h. 104 North ave. 

" John A. shoemaker, h. 7 Observatory ave. 

" John R. shoe cutter, b. 7 Observatory ave. 

" Leander T. wood worker, h. Sixteenth ave. n. Main 

" Lorenzo E. carpenter, h. 490 Main 

" Louisa, widow, h. 323 Main 

" Margaret J. bow maker, h. 1 Yeatori pi. 

" Martha, stenographer, 17 Locust, h. at Merrimack 

" Preston L. boat builder, b. Sixteenth ave. n. Main 

" William H. salesman, 8 Phoenix row, h. 140 Main 

" William H. trav. salesman, b. 490 Main [Phoenix Row 

" & Co. (Charles P. and Harry R.) shoe mnfrs. r. 22 
Employment Registry, 64 Pecker 
Endicott William F. office, 53 Wash. h. 21 Portland 
Engel George W. supt. M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. 7 Grant 
English Philip Jr. salesman, 260 River, h. 3 Vine 
Eno Adrian J. jeweler, 67 Merrimack, rms. 6 Cedar 

" George, printer, 37 Wash. h. at Exeter, N. H. 

" L. Joseph, jeweler and optician, 67 Merrimack, rms. 6 
Cedar 

" William I. painter, 508 Groveland, h. do. 
Ensiro Francisco, shoemaker, h. 203 River 
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 
(THE) D. S. Chase, gen. agt. 174 Merrimack. 
See page 814 



HAVERHILL 1()7 DIRECTORY |a» 

Esperian Simon, puller over, h.r. 15 High 

Espovich Jacob, student, b. 650 Washington 
" Joseph B. canvasser, h. 47 Varnum 
" Nathan N. milkman, 650 Washington, h. do. 

ESSEX BREWERY (G. W. & W. Smith Jr. props.) 
Kimball, off Railroad, Br See page 826 
" National Bank, Jonathan Russ, cashier, 24 Merrimack 

Estabrook Albert H. carriage washer, 25 Fleet, h. 110 
Locust 
" Archibald, sole leather cutter, rms. 131 Water 
" Zoe Mrs. h. 66 Emerson 

Estes Edward, shoe cutter, rms. 61 Emerson 
" Robert F. shoemaker, b. 206 Main, Br. 
" Susan M. widow of J. Frederick, b. 206 Main, Br. 
" William P. R. agent, h. 247 Main, Br. [ave. 

Estin Frank, foreman, Chesley & Rugg, h. 102 Lake View 

Ethier Alfred F. stockfitter, b. 16 Dudley 
" Cleophas J. clerk, 200 Merrimack, h. 22 John 
" Ephraim, stock fitter, b. 16 Dudley 
" George A. shoemaker, h. Whittier rd. 
" Philomena, widow of Joseph, h. 16 Dudlev 

EUREKA MACHINE CO. (Frank E. Streeter) 25 O 
Essex. See page 815 {^ 

Evans Abigail, widow of Levi, h. 20 Orchard gg 

" Albert, shoemaker, h. 3 Monument sq. «gg 

" Alfred W. b. W. F. Evans, Main, Br. * 

" Ann M. widow of Charles R. h. 3 Cherry 

" Arthur G. clerk, 43 Locust, b. 2 Eighth ave. 

" Bros. Shoe Co. (Thomas J. and Fred W. Evans) 23 C9 

Railroad sq. C3 

" Charles A. bookkeeper, r. 22 Main, b. 3 Cherry ■ 

" Charles M. manager, 43 Locust, h. 2 Eighth ave. 

" Charles W. shoemaker, b. 2 Eighth ave. |I j 

" D. Henry, laborer, h. Hyatt ave. n. Kingsbury ave. Br. j§ X 

" Edmund A. shoe cutter, h. J. W. Evans', Whittier rd. jjj PI 

" Edward M. box maker, b. Hyatt ave. n. Kingsbury ave. yj t\ 

Br. -< = 

" Ernest, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 11 Minot ave. 2g pi 

" Fred VV. (Evans Bros. Shoe Co.) h. 25 Shepherd O 0> 

" George, salesman, h. Hyatt ave. n. Kingsbury ave. Br. £ "^ 

" George H. clerk, 7 Wash. rms. 25 Pecker -f PI 

" George L. shoemaker, h. 10 Kimball, Br. J*0 

" George T. shoes, 13 Merrimack, h. 540 Water oi — 

Harold, tailor, b. 3 Cherry H "Q 

? PI 



Harry H. shoe cutter, b. Hyatt av. n. Kingsbury av. Br. 



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HAVERHILL 168 DIRECTORY 



Evans Harvey S. salesman, h. 97 Keeley 

" Herbert H. shoe cutter, h. 67 Adams 

" John VV. shoemaker, h. Whittier rd. n. Corliss Hill 

" Laura B. Mrs. (L. B. Evans & Co.) h. 2 Eighth ave. 

" Lida M. widow of David A. clerk, 27 Wash. sq. h. 146 
Water [Locut 

" L. B. & Co. (Mrs. Laura B. Evans) groceries, 43 

" Martha, h. Amesbury rd. n. Whittier pi. 

" Mary J. widow of John D. b. 1 Baldwin 

" Nellie B. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 13 Grove 

" Reuben, b. 10 Arlington 

" Robert R. city engineer, City Hall, h. 27 Fifth ave. 

" Thomas J. (Evans Bros. Shoe Co.) h. 11 Minot ave. 

" William, shoe cutter, rms. 157 Winter 

" William F. h. Main, bey. High, Br. 

" William J. shoe counter mnfr. 69 W T ash. h. 76 Munroe 

" William R. b. W. F. Evans, Main, Br. 

" William W. salesman, 37 Wash. b. 3 Cherry 
Everett Edward N. iclerk, b. 37 Curtis 

" John C. compositor, 102 Merrimack, h. 99 Cedar 

" Joseph, gardener, h. 37 Curtis 
Ewing Alexander, foreman, 44 Wash. h. 21 Salem, Br. 

" Esther, widow of Moses, h. 81 Mam 

" Mosina, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 81 Main 
Exeter, Hampton & Amesbury st. Ry. office 3 Water 
Eydenberg Harry, shoemaker, b. 2 Avon pi. 

" Louis, clothing, 3 25 River, h. 2 Avon pi. 

" Ray, clerk, 61 Merrimack, b. 2 Avon pi. 
Exley Harry, rms. 4 Spring pi. 
Eye C. S. laundry, 3 Wash. ave. h. do. 

FABIANO JAMES, shoemaker, h. 6 South 

Fafard Norburt, driver, 23 Hale 

Fahey Michael, morocco dresser, h. 13 Lewis 

Fabry Andre, shoemaker, b. 135 River 

Fairbanks Edward E. foreman, Gazette, h. 92 Howard 
' George A. teamster, h. Newton rd. n. Gile 
' Grant H. h. 25 Saltonstall rd. 

' Harry E. compositor, 102 Merrimack, h. 34 Ninth ave. 
< Herschell P. ins. agt. 3 Wash.sq. h. 81 White 
1 Mary E. widow of Edward, nurse, h. 171 Water 
' Ralph E. cashier, 155 Winter, h. 8 Fourth ave. 

Fairbrother Elbridge J. shoe cutter, h. 102 Groveland 

Fairservice Thomas, shoemaker, h. 32 Haseltine, Br. 

Falker William, shoe cutter, rms. 5 Washington 



UAVEPJIILL 169 DIRECTORY 



Falkner William D. foreman, Knipe Bros. h. Oxford ave. 

W. H. 
Fall Charles A., R. R. engineer, h. 51 Bradford ave. Br. 

" George, R. R. fireman, h. 32 Pleasant, Br. 

" George S. coachman, 48 Park, h. 26 Green 
Fallon Mary, rms. 16 Lafayette 
Falvey Daniel F. hat presser, b. 195 Water 

" Daniel P. clerk, 29 Washington, h. 89 Franklin 

" John E. beater out, h. 63 Dexter 

" John H. Mrs. h. 51 Stewart 

" John J. clerk, ^tna Hotel, b. 195 Water 

" Lawrence, shoemaker, b. 7 Lancaster 

" Loren T. printer, 37 Wash. h. 19 Nichols 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 195 Water 

" Timothy, h. 7 Lancaster 
Farber Isaac, shoemaker, h. 30 Pilling 
Farley James, laborer, h. 2 Blossom 

" Robert G. Rev. h. 109 Main 
Farnham Hiram H. salesman, h. 269 Washington 
Farnsworth Albert E. lineman, h. 18 Maxwell 

" Elbridge B. clerk, rms. 34 Pleasant 

" Jeremiah H. h. 95 Winter 

" Lilla, h. Amesbury rd. bey. schoolhouse 

" Milton A. car conductor, rms. 567 Washington 

" Sylvester P. h. 95 Winter 
Farr Elmer D. clerk, 29 Water, h. 43 Pleasant, Br. 
Farrar Sarah E. widow of John B. h. 140 Main, Br. 

" William K. h. 11 Allen, Br. 
Farrell Annie, widow of James, h. 26 Grand 

" Louise, clerk, 76 Merrimack 
Farrington Annie E. teacher, Walnut sq. school, b. 9 Fourth 
ave. [ave. 

" Eleanor W. principal, Chestnut st. school, b. 9 Fourth 

" Eunice D. widow of Albert J. h. 9 Fourth ave. 

" George, buffer, rms. 77 Temple 

" George H. shoe cutter, b. 9 Fourth ave. 

" Harriet E. widow of William, h. 82 Locust 

" Horace, foreman, 128 Washington, h. at Groveland 

" Jacob S. car conductor, h. 9 Proctor 

" John, shoemaker, h. 13 Grand 

" Michael F. shoe finisher, h. Forest, cor. Lowell ave. 

" Moses C. shoemaker, h. 1 Hammond ct. 
Farris Adelia, Mrs. h. 49 Colly, Br. 
Farrow Benjamin, cloth finisher, h. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" James, spinner, b. 78 Lafayette sq. 



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HAVERHILL 170 DIRECTORY 



Father Matthew Total Abstinence Society, rms 14 Water 
Faulhaber Fannie, h. 41 Highland ave. 

" Valerie, h. 41 Highland ave. 
Faulkner Fred, hairdresser, 8 Main, rms. 82 Merrimack 

" John G. hairdresser, 169 Merrimack, h. 4 Pecker 
st. ct. 
Fauth Herman, hatter, b. 172 Salem, Br. 
Faxon Albert S. express, 9 Observatory ave. h. do. 

" Eben F. janitor, J.C. Tilton school, h. 383 Washington 

" George F. expressman, h. 16 Gilbert ave. 
Fay Andrew E. grocer, 28 Primrose, h. 32 Kenoza ave. 

" McKee, laundry, 23 Main, rms. do. 

" R. Etta, teacher, Currier school, b. 32 Kenoza ave. 

'" Walter J. expressman, h. 50 Pecker 
Fecteau Charles A. shoe buffer, h. 20 Hillside 

" Frank E. teamster, h. 15 William 

" Hermine, widow of Theodore, h. 19 New 

" Ovide, beater out, h. 6 Blaisdell 

" Sabine, shoemaker, b. 19 New 
Federal Stock & Grain Co. 210 Merrimack 
Feeney John P. hatter, h. 43 Webster 

" Wilfred R. student, b. 43 Webster 
Fegan Clifton, beater out, b. 50 North 

" Edward J. laster, rms. 50 Washington ave. 

•' Montrose Clifford, sole tacker, rms. 50 Washington ave. 
Feinberg Mayer J. (Gerson & Feinberg) h. 49 Pilling 
Felch Charles H. shoemaker, h. 67 Washington ave. 

" Irving, car conductor, h. 29 Pilling 
Felker Edward E. stock fitter, b. 63 E. Broadway 

" Jeremiah S. fish, h. 63 E. Broadway 

" Wilfred W. cook, 36 Washington, h. 13 Green 
Fellows Annie M. teacher, b. 211 Main 

" Arthur W. clerk, B. F. Leighton & Co. rms. 1 6 White 

" Burton A. shoe cutter, h. Crystal, n. Broadway, A. V. 

" Corydon H. (C. H. Fellows & Co.) hardware, 31 Mer- 
rimack, h. 92 Main 
FELLOWS C. H. & CO. (Corydon H. Fellows) 
hardware, 31 Merrimack See opp. 

" Delia, widow of Wm. H. h. 18 Pine, Br. 

" Ella M. widow of Willis M. h. 211 Main 

" George E. heeler, h. 31 Stage 

" Henry S. painter, 18 Pine, Br. 

" Isaac N. shoemaker, h. Middle rd. opp. Cong, church 

" Nettie, Mrs. h. 54 Moore 

" Roscoe C. shoemaker, h. 33 North 



HAVERHILL 171 DIRECTORY 



C. It FELLOWS 6- CO. 

IIIVDE, CUTLERY, IRON and STEEL. 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE A SPECIALTY. 
>AINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, AGRICULTURAL TOOLS AND SEEDS. 




MERRIMACK STREET - 



HAVERHILL. 



Fellows William E. (C. W. Haselton & Co.) tips, etc. 45 
Wingate, h. 50 Pecker 

" William F. paints and hardware, 17 Essex, h. 24 
Park, Br. 

" William H. shoe cutter, h. 4 Grand 

" William H. Mrs. dressmaker, 4 Grand, rms. do. 
Felstein Charles, shoemaker, h. 93 River 
Fenderson Benj. F. shoe packer, h. 96 xVlain 

" Royal P. beater out, h. 96 Main 
Fenlon Edward, shoemaker, b. J. Fenlon's 

" John, laborer, h. Lovejoy, Br. 

" Martin, b. J. Fenlon's 

" William, shoemaker, b. J. Fenlon's 
Fennelly Bridget, widow of James J. h. 41 Pilling 

" Harry, clerk b. 7 Harrison 

" James S. Mrs. h. 49 Oak ter. 

" Mark H. foreman, r. 37 Washington, h. 7 Harrison 

" Mary C. teacher, Rocks Village school, b. 7 Harrison 



ST QUALITY OF 

^OAL 

I 9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 






HAVERHILL 172 DIRECTORY 



Fennessey William, shoemaker, h. 141 Primrose 
Ferguson Edward P. shoe finisher, b. r. 14 Davenport 

" George (Geo. Ferguson & Co.) h. 27 North 

" Geo. & Co. (Geo. Ferguson) crockery, teas, etc. 206 
Merrimack 

" James, lather, h. 43 Curtis 

" James, operative, b. 2 Marshall 

" Leslie J. shoemaker, h. 347 Washington 

" Robert, shoe cutter, b. Wm. Ferguson's 

" William, gardener, h. Arthur, n. Pilgrim rd. 
Fernald Arthur E. supt. street watering, City Hall, and 
real estate, 8 Golden, h. do. 

" Curtis D. motorman, h. 27 Davis 

" Eliza, widow of David, h. 207 Kenoza 

" Ella, Mrs. h. 11 E. Broadway 

" Elsie E. bookkeeper, 85 Washington, b. 207 Kenoza 

" F. Herbert, shoe trimmer, h. 58 Keeley 

" George A. shipper, h. 16 Riverside ave. 

" Jeanette E. Mrs. h. 3 Vine 

" J. Alonzo, farmer, h. Middle rd. n. Cong, church 

" J. Frank, shoemaker, h. 207 Kenoza, E. Parish 

" Sarah A. widow of Simeon M. h. 27 Golden 

" Shapleigh, shoemaker, h. 39 Curtis 
Ferron Eben B. shoemaker, h. Lowell ave. S. H. 
Feronetti Antonio, clerk, b. 40 Main 

" Louisa, widow, h. 40 Main 
Ferono Joseph, shoemaker, h. 38 Hall [Emerson 

Ferreira John, hairdresser, 199 Merrimack, rooms 112 
Ferrin Emma S. widow, h. Grove, c. Boston 
Fernta Dominic, shoemaker, h. 33 River 
Ferron Eben B. shoemaker, h. Lowell ave. S. H. 

" Thomas, shoemaker, h. 17 High 
Fettig Kasper, laborer, h. 11 Charles, Br. 
Field E. Russell (Thayer, McGuire & Field) shoe mnfr. 

260 River, h. 51 North ave. 
Fielding John E. clerk, 38 Fleet, h. 39 Fourth ave. 
Fifield George A. farmer, h. 85 Kenoza 

" Ruby, widow of Frank A. h. 29 William [Br. 

Files George, shoemaker, h. Kingsbury ave. bey. Hyatt av. 
Filion Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 20 Walnut 
Fillebrown Warren, shoemaker, h. 14 Orchard, Br. 
Finberg see Feinberg 
Fine Simon, junk, 22 River, h. 5 Avon pi. 
Finger Joe, shoemaker, h. 14 Hall 
Fingold Benjamin, peddler, h. 53 Jackson 



HAVERHILL 173 DIRECTORY 



Finkel Jake, shoemaker, h. 163 River 

Finkelstein Hymen, umbrella repairer, h. 93 River 

Finley Catherine Mrs. h. 49 Oak terrace 

" Effie, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. end Park ave. Br. 

M James, heel cutter, h. 32 Chestnut 

" John W. sole layer, h. end Park ave. Br. 
Finn Harry, shoemaker, b. 52 Harrison 

" James, gardener, h. 52 Harrison 

" May, bookkeeper, 2 Arnold pi. rms. at Merrimac 
Finney Cora, widow, h. 7 Elm pi. 

" Emma, widow of Joseph, h. 28 Moore 

" George H. b. 149 Lowell ave. 

" John J. shoe cutter, b. 60 Summer [Groveland 

" Thomas H. shoe contractor, 76 Phoenix row, house at 

" see Phinney 
Finnigan Thomas, stone cutter, rms, 38 Oak 
Finnin Catherine, widow of John, h. 1 65 Primrose 

" John, shoe worker, h. 3 Vernon, Br. 

" John T. laborer, b. 165 Primrose 
Firman Aaron G. fireman, 161 Water, h. 27 Kent 

" Abram, shoemaker, h. 40 Aver 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, C. E. Dole, cashier, 

46 Washington. See page 10 
Fiset Adolph, baker, 154 Winter, h. 24 Harrison 

" Eugene, shoemaker, b. 14 Lewis 

" Louis A. bakery, 154 Winter, h. 14 Lewis 

" Philip, shoemaker, b. 14 Lewis 

" Wenceslas U. carpenter, h. 33 Oak terrace 
Fishburn Isaac, pool, 287 River, h. 285^ do. 
Fischer B. Henry, brewer, h. 19 Ferry, Br. 
Fisher Alfred P. clerk, 23 Washington, b. 1 5 River, Br. 

" Frank O. shoe cutter, h. 6 Maple ave. Br. 

" George, tinsmith, r. 22 Main, h. 15 River, Br. 

" George F., U. S. A. b. 15 River, Br. 

" Israel A. dry goods, h. 6 Currier pi. 

" J. Millard, driver, steamer No. 3, h. 4 Davis pi. 
Fisk Benjamin F. c rpenter, h. 5 South 

" William A. shoe cutter, rms. 76 Emerson 
Fitteo Christiforo, laborer, h. 3 Railroad, Br. 
Fitton Mary J. boarding house, 169 Washington 
Fitts Abel, h. 3 Crosby 

" Arthur G., Goodyear stitcher, h. 480 Main 

" Daniel, office 103 Merrimack, h. 14 Cedar 

" Daniel Jr. bookkeeper, b. 14 Cedar [Cedar 

" Edward A. (H. C. Davis & Co.) 103 Merrimack, b. 14 

Q nflTA CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

U. UUIlL, MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Odd Sashes aid Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERKTLL 174 DIRECTORY 



Fitts Fred C. mngr. 40 Washington, h. 17 Nichols 

" Fred W. stock fitter, b. 3 Crosby 

" Henry T. leather sorter, h. 13 Cedar 

" Leroy B h. 160 Water 

" Louisa H. widow of Warren J. h. 143 Main 

" Lulu L. widow of Herbert, b. 4 Central 

" Mabel F. clerk, b. 160 Water 

" Mary F. h. 78 Washington ave. 

" Mabelle G. milliner, 130 Merrimack, b. 3 Crosby 

" Ralph W. student, b. 143 Main 

" Reuben H. h. 9 Pentucket 

" Susan E. h. 113 Winter 

" Theodore, shoemaker, b. 18 Primrose 

" William E. laster, h. Seventeenth ave. n. Main 
Fitzgerald Catherine, widow of David, h. 10 Franklin 

" Daniel, teamster, 16 Main, Br. h. 23 Warren, do. 

" David, shoe worker, b. 7 New 

" Edward, clerk, 2 Harrison, b. 65 Fifth ave. 

" Helen A. prin. West school 

" James, driver, h. 65 Fifth ave. 

" James H- soles, heels and taps, r. 22 Wash. h. 7 New 

" John, h. 12 Kimball 

" John, teamster, h. 75 Fifth ave. 

" John D. b. ^Etna Hotel 

" John F. b. 39 Charles 

" John J. heel cutter, b. 200 Kenoza 

" John P. printer, Gazette, b. 7 New 

" Joseph J. medical student, b. 12 Kimball 

" Mamie, clerk, W. C. Lewis Shoe Co. b. 12 Kimball 

" Mary, widow of Edward, h. 14 Ferry, Br. 

" Mary F. teacher, Bowley school, b. 7 New [bert ave. 

" Maurice, salesman, D. D. Chase Lumber Co. h. 17 Gil- 

" Michael, carriage painter, 11 Stage, b. 10 New 

" Michael farmer, h. 200 Kenoza 

" Michael J. farmer, b. 200 Kenoza 

" Michael P. grocer, 219 Winter, h. 39 Charles 

" Nellie T. clerk, 31 Granite, b. 7 New 

" Patrick, hatter, h. 37 Washington ave. 

" Patrick F. shoe cutter, b. 12 Kimball 

" Patrick J. heel mnfr. 48 Phoenix row, h. 44 Nichols 

" Richard, shoe cutter, h. 4 Victoria ct. 

" William, shoe cutter, h. 186 Winter 

" William, shoemaker, h. 5 Vernon, Br. 

" William (Nolan & Fitzgerald) 243 Winter, h. 16 York 

" William J. fireman, b. 65 Fifth ave. 



HAVERHILL 175 DIRECTOR Y E 

D3 

Fitzgerald William S. shoemaker, b. 12 Kimball mmm 

Fitzgibbons Fred. J. shoemaker, h. Broadway, bey. Lake mm^ 
" Mary, h. 5 Bartlett ave. 

Fitzpatrick Charles E. shoe cutter, b. 32 Kimball, Br. 
" Frank O. shoe cutter, b. 32 Kimball, Br. [Primrose 
" Jeremiah, fireman, L. L. & H. power sta. Br. h. 70 
" William J. machine oper. Gazette, h. 32 Kimball, Br. 

Fitzsimmons James, jour tailor, h. 62 Franklin 

Flagg Francis, grocer, 193 Water, b. 3 Mill 
" Theresa, b. 15 Observatory ave. 
" Walter, shoemaker, h. 36 Pleasant 

Flaherty John, laborer, h. 6 Stewart 
" Joseph, laborer, h. 8 Harrison 

Flamnia Thomas, laborer, h. 34 Water 

Flanagan James, asst. supt. 25 Wash. sq. b. 126 Winter 
" Patrick, grocer, 275 River, h. 275^ do. 

Flanders Albert W. shoemakar, h. 47 How 
" Charles E. clerk, 17 Essex, h. 10 Warren 
" Charles H. b. 72£ Main 

" Eliza A. b. 119 Main J"J 

" Erastus W. h. 16 Oak g 

" Frank J. shoe cutter, h. 136 High S§ 

" Fred J. engineer, r. City Hall, rms. 59 Main J"™ 

" Jennie M. widow of Frank J. h. 470 Mam 3B 

" Louis E. teamster, b. 10 Warren gem* 

" L. Irving, machinist, h. 12 Pine, Br. mm* 

" Mary A. h. 72^ Main ^* 

" Mildred, nurse, Hale Hospital, b. do. 
" Nehemiah, hatter, h. Amesbury rd. junc. Whittier rd. 
" Parkman B. (Haverhill Lining & Stay Co.) 80 Wash- 
ington, h. 20 Haverhill 
" Percy R. rnngr. 91 Merrimack, rm. 34, rms. 49 Auburn 
" Waldo R. stock fitter, b. 10 Warren ^ 

" Warren J. clerk, b. 10 Warren C PI 

" Will A. soft soles, 23 Essex, h. at Newburyport J* < 

Fleming John, shoemaker, h. 66 Jackson ^ 2 

" Josephine, cashier, 42 Merrimack, b. at Groveland JJ j^ 

" Mary F. widow of John W. h. 9 Dustin w 

" Michael, mason, h. 10 Dexter [do. QJE 

Fletcher Andrew J. shoemaker, 453 E. Broadway, h. 457 rj 
" Cora B. nurse, h. 119 Water P 

" E. Mabel, b. C.T. Cunningham's, N. Broadway 5 

" George B. clerk, h. 44 Locust 
" James E. painter, b. 4 Lindel 
" Julia , widow of Raymond, h. 119 Water 



HAVERHILL 17G DIRECTORY 



Fletcher Susie A. Mrs. milliner, 76 Merrimack, h. 204 do. 
" Washington I. shoe cutter, h. 189 Main, Br. 
" Ziba C. b. C. T. Cunningham's, N. Broadway 
Flinn Joseph, tuner, 208 Merrimack, b. 36 White 

" see Flynn 
Flint Charles H. laster, b. 7 John 
" Charles H. mach. operative, Gazette, b. 25 Pleasant 
" Elizabeth L. rms. 25 Pleasant 
" Emeline F. widow of Charles H. h. 25 Pleasant 
'•' George H. morocco dresser, b. 7 John 
" Herbert S. compositor, 37 Wash. h. 40 Pleasant, Br. 
" John A. hostler, 24 Essex, h. 9 Green 
Flockton George H. salesman, Lennox & Briggs, house 3 

Bryant ave. Br. 
Flood see Flud 

Floyd Willard H. gas fitter, h. 42 Madison 
" William H. (W. H. Floyd & Co.) h. 15 Highland ave. 
" W. H. & Co. (William H. Floyd and Charles H. Gro- 

ver) clothing, 84 and 86 Merrimack 
Flud Nettie M. sec. 3 Merrimack, rms. 21 Pecker 
Flynn Daniel J. clerk, 50 Essex, h. 6 Primrose 
" Edward, leather cutter, h. 105 River 
" Edward, shoemaker, h. 11 Kimball 
" Ellen, widow of James, h. 13 Lewis [Franklin 

" George W. (Winter & Flynn) r. 55 Main, house 128 
" Herbert, shoe worker, b. 72 Sixth ave. 
" Ida M. bookkeeper, 15 Railroad sq. b. 7 Jackson 
" James, bricklayer, h. 3 Railroad, Br. 
" James A. machinist, h. 7 Jackson 
" John E. mason, h. 2 Driscoll 
" John H. clerk, 141 Merrimack, h. 6 High 
" John H. shoemaker, h. 8 Garfield 
" Mary, house 201 Primrose 
" Mary, stitcher, rms. 27 How 
" Mary R. widow of James B. h. 7 Jackson 
" Michael F. apothecary, 143 Merrimack, h. 6 Dustin 
" Patrick, sole cutter, h. Elm, cor. Marion, Br. 
" Patrick H. h. 72 Sixth ave. 
" Peter, h. 11 Rose 
" Rose F. stenographer, h. 7 Jackson 
11 Thomas G. shoe cutter, h. 7 Jackson 
" see Flinn 
Fogerty Ellen, widow, weaver, h. r. 109 Lafayette sq. 
Fogg Arabella C. Mrs. h. 349 Washington 
" Carrie A. Mrs. h. 78 Auburn 



HAVERHILL 177 DIRECTORY 



Fogg Florence M. h. 348 Washington 

" James L. engineer, B. & M. R. R. h. 52 Blossom, Br. 
Foist Lucinda, widow of Frederick E. h. 46 Fifth ave. 

" Nellie A. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 46 Fifth ave. 
Foisy Cyrille, rms. 27 How 

" Cyrille, blacksmith, SO Fleet, h. 68 Lafayette sq. 

" Edmond, blacksmith, b. 41 Water 

" Henry, clerk, h. 27 Hilldale ave. 

" John, blacksmith, 111 Primrose, h. 12 Willie 

" Joseph Z. clerk, 236 Essex, h. 6 Granville 

" Julia, h. 41 Water 

" Julia, widow of Edmond, h. 41 Water 

" Victorine Mrs. h. 30 Hancock 
Foley Annie, widow of Michael, h. 47 Water 

'■ Daniel, clerk, 47 Water, b. 56 Moore 

" Daniel, shoe packer, h. 64 Charles 

" Daniel C. clerk, 139 Merrimack, rms. do. 

" Jeremiah W. shoemaker, h. 26 Grove, Br. 

" John, coachman, 30 Summer, h. 56 Moore 

" John Jr. coachman, b. 56 Moore 

" Maurice, h. 9 Beach 

41 Patrick, city laborer, h. 39 Moore 

" Patrick F. orderly, Hale Hospital, b. do. 

" Patrick F. shoemaker, b. 165 Essex 
Fullansbee Anella A. clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 20 Swasey 

" Chester G. H. wood heeler, h. 18 Kenoza ave. 

" Davis M. foreman, r. 22 Phoenix row, h. 32 Park, Br. 

" George A. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 7 Macon ave. 

" Lizzie A. Mrs. h. 20 Swasey 

" Orren E. shoemaker, h. 15 Lincoln, Br. 
Follett A. Burton, shoemaker, b. 48 Jackson 

" Edgar F. foreman, I. W. Tapley, h. 48 Jackson 

" Freeman W. painter, h. 48 Jackson 

" George E. shoe cutter, h. 46 Hancock 

" Perley R. driver, 167 Washington, h. 362 do. 
Folsom Arthur C. shoe worker, b. 36 Arch ave. 

" Daniel W. shoemaker, h. 81 Cedar 

" Frank W. C. shipper, freight depot, h. 36 Arch 

" Horatio S. (Frost & Folsom) soles, 60 Phoenix row, h # 
45 Portland 

" Mehitable, widow of Hawley, h. 2 Highland, Br. 

4t Melvina S. widow of Thomas J. h. 1 7 Fountain 

" Sadie D. stitcher, h. 17 How 
Foman Edward J. painter, h. 1 Ashworth ter. 




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HAVERHILL 178 DIRECTORY 



Fontaine John J. laster, h. 212 Hilldale ave. 

" see Fountaine 
Foote Adelbert, train baggage master, h. 8 N. H. ave. Br. 

" Charles T. clerk, 8 Merrimack, h. 35 Sheridan 

" Fannie S. widow of A. Warren, h. 35 Sheridan 

" Frank, house Ferry rd. bey. Cross, W. H. 

" Frank H. clerk, 62 River, h. 1 Hancock 

" Guy L. ins. agt. 3 Wash. sq. b. 35 Sheridan 

" Harriet W. widow of James D. h. 4 Park 

" John, shoe finisher, h. 41 Curtis 

" Nelson, helper, H. pumping sta. b. 220 Kenoz aave. 
Foppiano Joseph, fruit, h. 50 River 
Forandeen Joseph, laborer, h. 5 Autumn 
Forbes Albert H. foreman, 50 Wingate, h. 139 Elm, Br. 

u Augustus S. shoemaker, h. 23 Davenport 

" Benjamin F. (Forbes Bros.) 29 Hale, b. do. 

" Bros. (George E. and Benjamin F.) building movers 
and contractors, 29 Hale [Br. 

" George E. (Forbes Bros.) building mover, h. 137 Elm, 

" Jane E. widow of George W. h. 29 Hale 
Ford Andrew J. Jr. driver, hose wagon, No. 2, h. 325 Wash. 

" Arthur, shoemaker, h. 57 Highland ave. 

" Charles D. shoe cutter, h. 40 Wash. ave. [ave. 

" Charles E. heel contracter, 7 Potter pi. h. 22 Brockton 

" Charles J. clerk, 124 Wash. h. 237 Winter [Br. 

" Charles T. soles, etc. 68 Phoenix row, h. 25 Pleasant, 

" Edward, bootblack, rms. 22 Pecker 

" Elizabeth Mrs. h. 5 Masonic ct. 

" Frank H. b. 516 Water 

" Henry W. (Ford &Co.) h. 30 Greenville 

" Herbert M. bookkeeper, b. 516 Water 

" Horace K. heel mnfr. r. 98 Wash. h. 12 Buttonwood ave. 

" H. W. Mrs. millinery, 144 Groveland, h. 30 Greenville 

" John E. teamster, h. 53 Harrison 

" John F. clerk, 193 Wash. h. 245 do. 

" Joseph, painter, h. 29 Sixth ave. 

" Lizzie, laundress, h. Masonic ct. 

" Lottie Mrs. stitcher, h. 157 Winter 

" Mary E. widow of Frank H. rms. 53 Main 

" Noah P. heel mnfr. r. 98 Wash. h. 61 Pecker 

" Viola, clerk, 206 Merrimack, b. 325 Wash. 

" Walter, carpenter, h. 516 Water 

" William, clerk, 50 Essex, rms. 88 Merrimack 

" William, painter, b. 29 Sixth ave. 

" & Co. (Henry W. Ford) printers, 20 Emerson 



HAVERHILL 179 DIRECTORY Ira 

Foren Frederick, shoemaker, b. 58 How 

" James H. constable, 103 Merrimack, h. 58 How 

" William H. b. 58 How 
Forest Medard, shoemaker, rms. 308 River 
Forrest Edward, shoe repairer, Zy 2 High, rms. 52 Hancock 

" Henry, shoemaker, rms. 81 Merrimack [Auburn 

" John A. groceries, 193 Wash, and 1 Fifth ave. h. 78 

" Loan Co., F. C. Lampery, prop. 174 Merrimack 

" Martha Mrs. h. 58 Arch 

" , widow, b. 3 Temple 

Forte Annibale, b. 251 River 

" Augustine, shoemaker, b. 251 River 

" Joseph, laborer, h. 4 Avon pi. 

" Michael A. grocer, 59 River 

« Pietro, b. 251 River 

" Rosario, h. 251 River 

" Tony, laborer, h. 36 Varnum 
Fortier Ambrose, janitor, Bowley school, rms. 502 Wash. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 20 Hillside 
Fortin Ida, dressmaker, 23 Pecker, h. do. [rd. 

Foss Amy G. stenographer, 151 Merrimack, b. Belvidere 

" Charles W. watchman, 9 Locust, h. 50 Scott 

" Elizabeth A. h. 39 Salem, Br. [ave. 

" Florence A. teacher, T. E. Burnham school, b. 6 Arch 

" George C. shoe finisher, h. 1 Ford 

" George F. shoe finisher, h. 2 Baldwin 

" George O. h. 3 Yeaton pi. 

" George S. h. 39 Salem, Br. 

" Gertrude O. b. 38 Hancock [48 Jackson 

" Hazen L. paper and wooden boxes, 22 Phoenix row, h. 
." Horace W. h. 38 Hancock 

" Jett S. shoe cutter, h. 2 Hancock 

" Leslie D. laster, h. Plaistow rd. n. Newton rd. 

" Nelson R. bookkeeper, Gilman Hat Co. b. 36 Hancock 

" William A. clerk, 132 Essex, h. 26 Vine 
Fossett Frank, polisher, 37 Emerson, b. 139 Merrimack 
Foster Abbie S. Mrs. h. 108 Portland 

" Alfred M. shoe nailer, h. 258 Salem, Br. 

" Alice, widow of William F. h. off Main, R. V. 
FOSTER ARTHUR H. watchmaker, 158 Merri- 
mack, h. 16 Summer. See page 14 

" Beriah (Beriah Foster & Co.) and (Foster Counter 
Co.; 80 to 90 Wingate, h. 5 Grand 

" Beriah & Co. (Beriah Foster and J. Lester Adams) 
upper leather, 16 and 18 Wingate 

SS'oXZ' ..... H, L. TAYLOR & CO, 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 180 DIRECTORY 



Foster Carrie W. music teacher, b. 49 Green 
" Charles W. teaming, 49 Green, h. do. 
" Clifton M. sole cutter, rms. 391 Washington 
" Counter Co. (Beriah Foster and Irving F. Sleeper) 

counter mnfrs. 80 to 90 Wingate 
" Edward H. h. 30 Pecker 
" Elmer J. shoemaker, h. 15 Orchard 
" Emma, widow of Charles F. h. 17 Kent 
" Eva W. cashier, 356 River, h. 391 Washington 
" F. Jerome (J. K. Nute & Co.) and patent leather, 60 

Washington, h. 34 Grand 
FOSTER GEORGE C. collections, 103 Merrimack, 

rm. 9, and lunch, 3 85 Washington, h. 52 Pecker 

See page 816 
u George H. sergeant of night watch, rms. 8 Vine 
" Harriet L. Mrs. clerk, Hilliard & Tabor, b. 112 

Emerson 
" Harry, motorman, rms. 487 Washington 
" Herman H. provisions, 93 Water, h. 19 Green 
" James (X b. 52 Pecker 

" John K. farmer, h. Groveland rd. n. the line, Br. 
" Lehel Mrs. dressmaker, 28 Merrimack, b. 16 Summer 
" Lucy J. widow of David B. h. 3 Pentucket 
" Margaret, widow of Matthew, h. 31 Ayer 
" Mary W. widow of Daniel B. h. 6r> Auburn 
" Matthew H. machinist, r. 100 Washington h. 13 Ayer 
" Orra I. pres. 102 Washington, h. 21 Pine, Br. 
" O. I. Co. (The) shoe mnfrs. 102 Washington 
" Rebecca A. widow of Phineas, h. 117 Arlington 
" Samuel L. ins. agt. 91 Merrimack, rms. 95 Emerson 
" Thomas E. bookkeeper, 74 Wingate, h. 21 Green 
" Wilbur H. b. 30 Pecker 
" William P. h. 47 Cedar 
" Willis M. shoemaker, h. 66 How 
Foucault Hillaire, shoemaker, h. 15 Harrison 
Fountaine Charles, shoemaker, h. Bateman opp. Maurice 
" Ernest H. clerk, 113 Merrimack, b. 9 View 
" Henry E. harness maker, 26 Locust, h. 9 View 
Fournier John, engineer, h. Railroad ave. Br. 
" Leonie, h. 26 Wash ave. 
" Louis, laborer, b. 215 Essex 
" Philip, R. R. fireman, h. 215 Essex 
" Rosaia, heel cutter, h. 24 High 
" Rosaire, heel cutter, h. 47 Oak 
Fowler Abigail, widow of Obed R. h. 14 Silver 



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Fowler Albert C. h. 97 Main 

" Andrew, heel cutter, b. 80 High 

" Charles J. Rev. h. 55 Park 

" Cyrus L. shoemaker, h. 3 Richardson pi. 

l< Edward P. photographer, 195 Merrimack, h. 39 North 

" Fenton C. real estate, 11 Emerson, h. at Lawrence 

" Ida M. h. 14 Silver 

" Jacob S. laster, h. 80 High 

" Joseph C. shoemaker, b. 30 Stage 

" Samuel E. shoe cutter, h. 6 Temple pi. 
Fox Carrie, widow, housekeeper, 78 Auburn 

" Charles K. shoe mnfr. Duncan, n. Winter, and (Haver- 
hill Heel Turning Co.) h. 388 Main 

" C. K. Heel Co., Duncan, n. Winter 

" Daniel, electrician, 84. Wash. h. Davenport 

" Elijah, h. 27 Pentucket 

" George E. milkman, Ferry rd. W. H. h. do. 

" Geo. G. Co. pies, Charles E. Stubbs, agent, 109 Kenoza 

" P. F. Mrs. h. 48 Dudley 
Foye Arthur J. clerk, 236 Essex, b. 4 High 

" Charles F. physician, 16 Summer, h. do. 

" Elizabeth, widow of Frank, h. 4 High 

" William, clerk, 27 Lafayette sq. rms. The Bartlett 
Frackelton Robert, mngr. Murray Bros. Co. h. Main, bey. 

High, Br. 
Frame George S. real estate, h. 29 Summer 

" Vina M. teacher, Gile st. school, b. 29 Summer 
Francis James W. motorman, h. 468 Washington 
Frank Alfred S. shoemaker, b. C. Lambert's Hilldale ave. 

" Mary F. Mrs. laundress, h. 2 Noyes pi. 

11 William, clerk, rms. 7 Pecker 
Frankle Jones (Frankle & Tilton) 151 Merrimack h. 4 

Arlington pi. 
FRANKLE & TILTON (Jones Frankle and John 
H. Tilton) ins. agents, 151 Merrimack. See page 10 
Franklin Abner B., R. R. engineer, h. 10 Locke, Br. 

" Henry, custom shoemaker, 45 Pleasant, h. do. 

" James L. bootblack, h. r. 6 Walnut 

" Richard M. shoemaker, h. Rykeman 

" Sadie, artist, 103 Merrimack, b. 10 Locke, \ir. 
Fraser Charles A. shoemaker, h. 73 Grove 

" William, clerk, b. 7 Carleton, Br. 
Frawley Daniel J. shoemaker, b. 13 View 

" William, laborer, h. 13 View 

" William E. hat maker, b. 13 View 

NORMAN S. COLE, SSS 

Residence. 4 Kimball street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



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Frazier Edwin A. clerk, 16 Main, h. 22 Pleasant, Br. 

" Mary L. nurse, rms. 119 Main 
Frazoni Angelo, shoemaker, h. 23 West 
Frederick C. R. electrical engineer, rms. 14 Arlington 
Fredette Joseph S. bartender, 27 Lafayette sq. h. 59 
Bellevue ave. 

" Samuel M. gateman, Essex st. crossing, h. 49 
Bellevue ave. 
Freeman Eben H. shoe cutter, h. Seventeenth av. n. Main 

" George W. shoe cutter, h. 17 Tenth ave. 

" Julia, widow, h. 2 Dexter 
Freidman Abraham, peddler, h. 279 River 

" Jacob, morocco dresser, h. 37 Pilling 
Freke William H. shoemaker, h. 13 Fifth ave. 
French Arthur E. shoe cutter, 18 Merrimack, h. 68 Cedar 

" Benjamin C. shoemaker, h. Rockland, next Lowell ave. 

" Charles H. bookkeeper, 1 Railroad sq. h. 32 Franklin 

" Edward, shoemaker, rms. 148 Merrimack 

" Edward H. shoemaker, h . 98 Temple 

" Elizabeth M. b. 67 Winter 

» E. Parker, car starter, E.H. A.St. .Ry. h. 35 Ninth ave. 

" George W. last maker, b. Fourteenth av. n. Main 

" Harry E. musical instruments, 14 Water, h. at Boxford 

" Harry E. reporter, Gazette, h. 35 Ninth ave. 

" Joseph B. painter, h. 108 North ave. 

" Joseph F. shoe mnfr. 31 Washington, h. 32 Franklin 

" Martha B. b. 56 Arlington 

" Matthew trav. salesman, h. 56 Arlington 

" Orel, teamster, h. 13 Lafayette, Br. 

" Sally, widow of Simon, h. 49 Green 

" Samuel C. shoemaker, h. Titcomb, n. Broadway 

" Sarah J. nurse, b. 63 Kimball, Br. 

" William F. reporter, Gazette, b. 56 Arlington 
Frenier Joseph C. shoemaker, h. 93 Bellevue ave. 
Fries Eugene, heel shaver, h. 35 Dudley 
Frink Alvey C. concreter, b. 34 Race 

" Andrew J. shoemaker, h. 34 Race 

" Charles A. concreter, b. 34 Race 
Frost Alber, T. carpet layer,8 Merrimack,h.25 Lincoln, Br. 

" Amelia D. Mrs. h. 210 Merrimack 
FROST CHARLES F. carpenter and builder, 230 
Washington, h. do. See p. 817 

" Charles H. carpenter, h. 40 Temple 

" Edward R. shoemaker, h. 10 Pecker st. ct. 

*' Eugene P. shoe cutter, h. Lowell ave. bey Alpha 



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Frost Frank D. shoemaker, h. 8 Observatory ave. 

" Frank R. Jr. clerk, b. 76 Race 

11 Frank R. pawnbroker, 193 Merrimack, h. 76 Race 

" George A. carpenter, h. Atlanta 

" George VV. teamster, h. 8 Shepherd [h. do. 

" Henry, supt. of city parks, office Winnikennie Castle, 

" Joseph R. teamster, h. 24 Jordan 

44 Lorenzo (Frost & Folsom) h. 77 Locke 

" Louse M. clerk, rms. 50 Pecker 

" Mary E. widow of James, h. 28 Optk 

" Mattie J. widow of Rev. P. Mason, h. 36 Mechanic 

" Maude M. clerk, b. 54 Portland 

" Oliver C. top lifts, etc. 13 Railroad sq. h. 83 Emerson 

" Parmelia, widow, h. 10 Pecker st. ct. 

" Ralph C. shoe cutter, h. 195 Washington 

" William F. clerk, 69 Water, h. 8 Carleton pi. 

" William M. dentist, b. 36 Mechanic 

" & Folsom (Lorenzo Frost and Horatio S. Folsom) soles 
and stirTenings, 60 Phoenix row 
Frothingham Charles B. physician, 49 Emerson, h. do ; 
office hours until 9 a. m. and from 2 to 3.30 and 
7 to 8 p. m. 
FROTHINGHAM EDWARD G. care of estates, G 
3 Washington sq. h. 37 Arlington. See opp. estates %*^ 
in business directory ^g 

" Lewis W. student, b. 37 Arlington *^^ 

" Martha B. widow of Edward G. Sr. h. 35 Arlington SB 
Frye Clifford B. laster, h. Pearson, n. Ferry rd. W. H. *» 

" D. M. agent, 114 Wash. b. Hotel Thorndike ~ 

" George A. agent, 114 Wash. b. Hotel Thorndike ^* 

" George E. supt. h. 137 Main 

" Grace, widow of Alvarado A. h. 7 Baldwin r 

" James S. whol. ice, North ave. n. N. H. line, h. do. C HI 
Fryer Herbert B. farmer, h. 29 Eighth ave. ^ X 

" Thomas J. paper cutter, h. 15 Pilling m 

Fuller Alfred C. heel cutter, h. 17 Boardman * 2 

" Alice E. prin. asst. T.E. Burnham school, b. 65 Webster > Z 

" Alonza, shoe cutter, rms. 212 Merrimack » PI 

" Arthur C. brakeman, B. & M. h. 2J Marion 2 % 

" Carrie L. widow of Frank L. b. 64 How 2 

FULLER EDMUND B. (Charles H. Poor and J^g 
Edmund B. Fuller) attorney-at-law, 91 Merrimack, Pi c 
rm. 2, h. 23 Highland ave. See page 803 JJ - 

" Erford C. clerk, 62 Merrimack, rms. 56 Arlington > p| 

" F. Franklin, rms. 91 Main $ D 



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Fuller Frank, hack driver, rms. 36 Merrimack 

" Frank F. hatter, h. 191 Main, Br. 

" Fred A. laster, h. 1 High, Br. 

" Fred B. adv. clerk, 102 Merrimack, h. 20 Vestry 

" George H. h. 148 Main 

" Harlan P. foreman, O. S. Currier, h. 163 Webster 

" Henrietta Mrs. h. 399 Washington 

" Henry T. watchman, city stable, h. 321 River 

" Horace W. driver, 348 River, h. 4^ Procter 

" James A. florist, 53 Pleasant, Br. h. do. 

" Jessie F. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 50 Vestry 

" John F. hatter, h. 61 Webster 

" Josiah W. shoe cutter, h. 19 Fourth ave. 

" Lucy M. widow of George H. h. 65 Webster 

" L. Edward, hatter, b. 191 Main, Br. 

" May C. violin teacher, 61 Webster, b. do. 

" Millard F. shoemaker, b. 191 Main, Br. 

" Nathan C. h. 52 Arlington [Merrimack 

" Studio (The) J. C. Varney, prop., photographers, 69 

" William F. shoemaker, h. 191 Main, Br. 

" William P. shoemaker, b. 399 Washington 
Fulton Henry L. shoe cutter, h. 7 Marion 

" Robert E. shoemaker, h. 3 Henry 
Furber Cyrus D. h. 36 North 

" Fred. M. inventor, rms. 19 Washington ave. 

" George W. paper hanger, b. 36 North 

" Michael, shoemaker, h. 31 Pilling 

" Roy, shoemaker, b. 36 North 
Furbur George F. shoe stitcher, h. 73 Franklin 

" George F. Jr. clerk, 18 Merrimack, b. 73 Franklin 

" Helen F. shoe packer, b. 73 Franklin 

" William E. clerk, 102 Merrimack, b. 73 Franklin 
Furlong Bertha Mrs. b. 20 Water 
Furness Annie C. h. 20 Summer 

" W. Frank, real estate, 9 Merrimack, h. 49 Kent 
Fyfe John, baker, 24 Main, h. 25 Chestnut 

" Peter, baker, 39 Merrimack, b. 35 Kimball, Br. 

" Robert, baker, 39 Merrimack, b. 13 Charles, Br. 

" Steward, baker, 39 Merrimack, h. 35 Kimball, Br. 

GABRIELLE CHARLES C. shoemaker, rms. 195 Wash. 
Gadd John, chief operator, 14 How, h. 2 View 

" Samuel, postal clerk, h. 2 View 

" Samuel G. h. 2 View 
Gaffney Catherine, widow of James, h. 66 Primrose 



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Gafinowitz Kusel, bottler, 206 River, h. 201 do. 
Gage Albert, shoe cutter, h. 13 Nichols 

" Astell M. heel maker, h. 57 Locke, Br. 

" A. Willis, salesman, Hilliard & Tabor, b. 2 Wash. 

" Carl VV. student, b. 16 Pleasant, Br. 

" Caroline C. h. 30 Prospect, Br. 

" Charles H. shoe cutter, h. 49 Sixth ave. 

" Edmund V. b. 227 Main, Br. 

" Edward A. optician, 19 Merrimack, h. 16 Pleasant, Br. 

" Edward C. soles, taps, etc. 33 Railroad sq. house 122 
Merrimack 

" Edwin V. horticulturist, 227 Main, Br. h. do. 

" Ellen I. dressmaker, 12 Pleasant, Br. h. do. 

" Everett I. carpenter, h. 4 Nichols 

" Frank DeM. chemist, b. 227 Main, Br. 

" Frank E. letter carrier, h. 4 Nichols 

" Frank S. h. 93 Chestnut 

" Grace, clerk, 42 Merrimack [Highland ave. 

" Howard H. sec. Board of Trade, 73 Merrimack, h. 54 

" Josephine F. Mrs. h. 15 Tenth ave. 

" Julia A. h. 4 Nichols 

" J. Albert, shoe cutter, h. 45 White 

" Maria P. widow of Samuel W. h. 47 Jackson 

" Myrl, U. S. A. b. 16 Pleasant, Br. 

" Regina, clerk, 42 Merrimack 

" Sarah T. widow of Edwin, h. 4 Grant 

" Walter, shoe worker, h. 43 Ayer 

" Winifred, clerk, 66 Merrimack, b. 13 Nichols 

" Winslow, cook, h. 7 Lincoln 
Gagliardi Bruno, shoemaker, 20 John, h. do. 
Gagne Louis, heel cutter, h. 242 Winter 
Gagnon August, shoemaker, h. 8 Granville ct. 

" Eugene, collector, 132 Merrimack, h. 175 Water 

" G. Maxime, hairdresser, 1 Wash. ave. h. 12 Grove 

" Joseph, sawyer, h. 246 Essex 

" Joseph, shoemaker, rms. 40 Pecker 

" Rene, brickmaker, h. Rosemont, n. Main 

" see Gannon 
Gainey Anastatia, widow of Michael, h. 16 Maple 

" Jeremiah J. shoemaker, b. 16 Maple 

" John, b. 16 Maple 
Gale Abbie M. Mrs. h. 48 Arlington 

" Abbie Q. widow of D. U. b. 37 Highland ave. 

" Alma S. rms. 31 Emerson 

" Andrew, bootblack, 16 Main, rms. 22 Pecker 




Business and Shorthand. >p h one us for office nei P . 



HAVERHILL 186 DIRECTORY 



Gale Arthur O. bootblack, b. 22 Pecker 

" Charles A. shoemaker, h. 379 Washington 

" Edwin T. shoemaker, b. 137 Golden Hill ave. 

" Fanny B. Mrs. h. 40 Main, Br. 

" Hannah J. Mrs. h. 5 Dover 

" Harriet, widow of Henry, h. 46 Green [35 Summer 

" Herbert E. treas. and mngr. Gale Shoe Mnfg. Co. h. 

" Howard C. ins. agt. 91 Merrimack, b. 379 Wash. 

" Ida J. rms. 31 Emerson 

" John A. pres. Second Nat. Bank and Hav. S. D. & T. 
Co. h. at Brookline 

" John E. pres. Gale Shoe Mnfg. Co., pres. Hav. Nat- 
Bank, and pres. City Five Cents Savings Bank, h. 
36 Summer 

" John T. h. 137 Golden Hill ave. 

" Jonathan Harriman, shoemaker, h. 37 Eastern ave. 

" Robert F. h. 22 Pecker 

" Shoe Mnfg. Co. 24 to 34 Duncan 

" Stephan H. shoe mnfr. at Exeter, N. H. h. 112 Main 
Galevani Felice, shoemaker, h. 135 River 

" Humbert, shoe worker, b. 135 River 
Gallagher Jennie Mrs. h. 131 Cedar 
Galligo Samuel, cook, h. 37 Ashland 

" William, janitor, 35 Washington, h. 27 Ashland 
Gallipeau Arthur, leather worker, b. 5 Tremont 

" Eugene, counter molder, b. 21 Arch ave. 

" Hilaire, tanner, h. 5 Tremont 

" Joseph, leather worker, b. 5 Tremont 

" Mary Mrs. h. 21 Arch ave. 
Gallison George W. cigars and billiards, 122 Merrimack 
jewelry, 21 Emerson, and cigars, 19 do. h. 355 
Kenoza 

" John M. clerk, 122 Merrimack, rms. 13 Nichols 
Gallup Gilbert J. car conductor, rms. 567 Washington 
Galvin Helen Mrs. b. 119 Main 

" James, shoemaker, b. 32 Howard 

" John H. printer, 348 River, h. Groveland, Br. 

" Martin, laster, h. 2 Warren 

" Michael, h. 32 Howard 
Gamage Herbert M. shoemaker, h. 23 Cedar 
Gamlin William, h. Cross rd. n. sta. W. H. 
Gammon Arthur H. clerk, 1 Merrimack, rms. 138 Water 

" Leonora H. dressmaker, 46 Arlington, b. do. 
Gannett Louis, cutter, h. 89 Locke 
Gannon Arthur, driver, 32 Orchard, b. 70 Pecker 






HAVERHILL 187 DIRECTORY 



Gaoutte Alphonse, laundry man, h. 28 Lexington av. Br. 
Gaquin James H. teamster, h. 20 New 

" John M. foreman, C. K. Fox, h. 20 Merrill ave. 

" Michael J. city laborer, h. 70 Primrose 

" Thomas, tailor, h. 16 Jackson 
Garavanto Charles, shoemaker, b. 62 Primrose 

" John, fruit, etc. 62 Primrose, h. do. 
Gardella Andrew, clerk, 55 River, b. 50 do. 

" Angello, h. 24 Ayer 

" Antonio (A. Gardella &Son) h. 5 Hillside 

" A. & Son (Antonio and John) fruit, 94 Main 

" Frank, h. 56 River 

" James, fruit, 30 Winter, h. 32 do. 

" John, bricklayer, h. 277 .River 

" John, shoe worker, b. 56 River 

" John (A. Gardella & Son) b. 5 Hillside 

" Joseph (Stefano Gardella & Son) h. 50 River 

" Joseph, sole sorter, h. 73 Primrose 

" Joseph F. student, b. 20 Ayer 

" Lawrence, liquors, 58 and 62 River, h. 20 Ayer 

" Michael, b. 56 River 

" Stefano (Stefano Gardella & Son) h. 50 River 

" Stefano & Son (Stefano and Joseph) grocers, 55 River 

" Victor, driver, h. 56 River 

" Victor, shoemaker, h. 8 Kimball 
Gardiner Alice Nichols Mrs. h. 78 Main 
Gardner David W. dentist, Rosedale ave. h. do. 

" Edith M. bookkeeper, C. K. Fox's, Duncan, b. 57 
Sheridan 

" Edwin W. b. 212 Mill 

" Elizabeth Mrs. dressmaker, b. 20.^ Newcomb 

" Elmer, driver, 133 Merrimack, b. 21 Marshall 

" Emma W. widow of Albert G. clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 
123 Water 

" Everett W. farm hand, h. 31 School 
GARDNER FRANK P. real estate and mortgages, 
212 Merrimack, h. 121 Portland. See back cover 

" George B. foreman, Hillard & Tabor, h. Davis, next 
Chick ave. 

" George B. machine operator, h. 29 Seventh ave. 

" John V. shoe cutter, h. 14 Grand 

" Leonard G. mill operator, h. 7 Auburn 

" Maria, widow of John, b. 18 Lake View ave. 

'" Maria L. prin. Portland st. school, b. 8 Newcomb 
' Mary Peaselee Mrs. artist, Rosedale ave. h. do. 



BEST QUALITY OF 



SoAi: H. L TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 188 DIRECTORY 



Gardner Mary P. widow, stitcher, rms. 59 Main 

" Olive S. Mrs. nurse, b. 14 Lindel 

" Ralph E. law student, b. 14 Grand 

" Sarah D. widow of David W. h. 31 School 

" Sylvanus P. pres. First Nat. Bank, h. 212 Mill 
Garfield William E. shoemaker, rms. 9 William 
Gariepy Frank, laborer, h. 55 Oak ter. 
Garland Augusta A. h. 422 Main 

" Charles H. shoemaker, h. 127 J Elm, Br. 

" Edmund D. shoemaker, b. 100 Prospect, Br. 

" Leander, h. 54 Auburn 

" Lorenzo K. shoemaker, h. 100 Prospect, Br. 
Garlaneaux Alphonse, b. 27 John [ave. d 

Garvey John, teamster, Island Park Co. Br. h. Maynan. 
Garvin Frank M. (Waning & Garvin) r. 22 Phoenix ro r r| 
h. 300 Kenoza 

" James W. cutter, 59 Merrimack, rms. 170 Winter 
Gasson Paul, shoemaker, b. 221 River 
Gates Frank, cook, 105 Washington, h. 69 Washington av. 
Gatewood Mildred A. Mrs. h. 44 Howard 
Gaudette Charles A. shoe cutter, h. 2 Blaisdell 

" Simeon, city teamster, h. 11 Granite 
Gault William, coachman, Thomas Sanders, b. do. 
Gauron Albert, hairdresser, 31 Lafayette sq.b.31 Broadway 

" Alphonse E. clerk, 218 Essex, h. 3 Rose 

" Amedee, shoemaker, 38J Emerson, h. 22 New 

" Amedee Jr. shoemaker, b. 22 New 

" Amelia, widow of Arthur, h. 33 Hilldale ave. 

" Arthur, b. 33 Hilldale ave. 

" Edmond, carpenter, h. 31 Broadway 

" George J. shoemaker, b. 31 Broadway 

" Mary, dressmaker, 5 Rose, h. do. 
Gauthier Adelard, brick maker, b. Rosemont 

" Joseph, teamster, 13 Wash. sq. h. 48 Fifth ave. 

" Joseph E. hairdresser, 199 Merrimack, rms. 21 Pecker 

" Louis, edge trimmer,' h. 22 Pecker 

" Philip, clerk, 13 Wash sq. b. 48 Fifth ave. 
Gauvin Archille, shoe cutter, b. 99 Lafayette sq. 

" Camille, shoe cutter, b. 99 Lafayette sq. 

" Dennis, shoemaker, rms. 4 Washington ave. 

" Godier, laster, h. 242 Winter 

" J. Baptiste, shoemaker, h. 99 Lafayette sq. 

" J. Baptiste Jr. laster, b. 99 Lafayette sq. 

" Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 34 Locke 

" Napoleon Jr. heel cutter, h. 34 Locke 



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Gauvin Pierre, shoemaker, b. 99 Lafayette sq. [Fountain 
Gavil Lyman B. bowling alleys, r. 34 Washington, house 31 
Gavin Bridget, widow of Dennis, h. 30 Lewis 
Gay Charles E. asst. baggage master, Haverhill station, h. 
26 Arch ave. 

" Earl D. b. O. Gay's, N. Broadway 

" Eben H. sec. and treas. 106 Merrimack, h. at Boston 

" Oliver, farmer, h. N. Broadway, bey. Lake 

" see Guay [Blanc 

Gazzotti Lino, watch repairer, 193 Merrimack, h. 7 Le 
Gear William, shoemaker, h. 7 Ashland 
Gearin Daniel C. hatter, h. 29 Haseltine, Br. 

" David, h. 4 Garden ct. 
Geary Bernard, tailor, 30 Washington 
Geer Emma, stitcher, h. 48 Washington ave. 
Gelinas Dina, widow, h. 60 High 

" Edward, hairdresser, 1 Washington ave. h. 143 River 

" Jule, clerk, b. 3 Federal 

" Patrick, shoemaker, b. 293 River 
Gellotti Antonio, laborer, h. 13 Wingate 
Gem Theatre (Gem Theatre Co.) 3 to 9 Essex 

" Theatre Co. Geo. A. Smith, mngr. 3 to 9 Essex 
Gendron Arsina, dressmaker, 15 Hilldale ave. h. do. 

11 Donalda, dressmaker, h. 15 Hilldale ave. 

" Hilaire, farmer, h. N. Broadway, cor. Vale 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. H. Gendron's 

" Lea, dressmaker, h. 15 Hilldale ave. 
Genest Gustave, tailor, 10 Main, rms. 27 Vine 
Genthner Nelson A. asst. supt. 91 Merrimack, rm. 47, h. 

135 Main 
Gentis Asa, clerk, 93 Main, Br. b. 13 Dover 

" Sarah, widow of Asa, h. 13 Dover 
George Albert B. salesman, 96 Wash. h. 24 Portland 

" Alice M. teacher, Currier school, b. 156 Main 

" Andrew J. machine operator, h. 121 Keeley 

" Anna L. widow of Moses D. h. 7 Summer 

" Anne, widow of John, h. 516 Water 

" Archibald D. student, b. 188 Main 

" Arthur P. physician, 156 Main, h. do. ; office hours from 
12.30 to 2 p. m. and 7 to 8.30 p m. 

" A. Eugene, clerk, 1 Fifth ave. h. 157 Webster 

" Caroline F. dressmaker, 779 E. Broadway, R. V.h. do. 

" Carrie S. teacher, J. C. Tilton school, b. 13 Arlington 

" Clara E. Mrs. stitcher, h. 135 Main 

" Clarence O. shoe cutter, h. 78 Portland 

NflMAN i RfVTp CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

llUlllfiilll 0. UUJjJjj MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Mi Sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



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George C. Elizabeth, h. 36 Keeley 

'• C. Herbert, foreman, h. 20 Brockton ave. 

" Daniel G. h. 188 Main 

" Edward B. clerk of courts, at Salem, b. 18 Lawrence 

" Edward J. foreman, h. 1 Park ave. 

" Edward P. clerk. 143 Merrimack, rms. 139 do. 

" Florence, shoe worker, h. r. 22 Shepherd 

" Fred W. shoe cutter, h. 18 Walnut 

" Grosvenor A. h. 36 School 

" Harold E. shoe cutter, h. 11 Orchard 

« Henry B. (H. B. George & Co.) h. 43 Park 

" Henry B. & Co. (Henry B. George, Reuben E. Griffin 
and Daniel Hackett) shoe mnfrs. 48 Washington 

" Horace G. chair reseater, h. 9 Pearson, W. H. 

" H. Leslie, watchman, h. 18. Ford 

" Isaac B. freight clerk, h. 31 Cedar 

" James B. heel scourer, h. 10 Kent 

" John C. apprentice, b. 24 Portland 

" Lucian, shoe cutter, h. 11 Orchard 

" Mary W. teacher, h. 779 E. Broadway, R. V. 

" Pearle, bookkeeper, 89 Main, Br. b. 33 Merrimack 

" Roy, clerk, /Etna House, b. do. 

" Sam A. clerk, 97 Merrimack, b. 188 Main 

" Samuel W. assessor, h. 10 Howard 

" Sarah E. b. 119 Main 

" Sophia S. widow of Arthur L. h. 24 Portland 

" Townsend P. magnetic healer, b. 18 Emerson 

" Wallace T. h. 18 Lawrence 

" Zorada, widow of Andrew J. h. Broadway, A. V. 

" , h. 240 Essex 

Gerah Ernest C. rand tacker, b. 52 N. Broadway 

" James O. heel shaver, h. 52 N. Broadway 
Gerald Henry, foreman, 136 Washington, h. at Groveland 
Gerber Nathan, shoemaker, h. 4 Currier pi. 
Gerhaeuser Louis, hairdresser, 1 Essex, b. 65 Merrimack 
Germaine Harry, salesman, 37 Washington, b. 78 Auburn 
Gerrish Claribel, rms. 13 Park 

" Frank H. freight cashier, h. 10 Elm 
Gerry Adeline, widow, h. Alpha, n. River 

" Almont R. prop. Batchelder Express Co. h. 223 Main 

" Charles E. shoemaker, rms. 108 Winter 

11 C. Lafayette, shoe cutter, h. Alpha [14 Henry 

" Julia M. Mrs. forewoman, F. N. Livingston & Co. h 

•' J. Edward, Goodyear operator, h. 12 Fairfield 
Gerson Harry (Gerson & Feinberg) h. 49 Pilling 



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Gerson Jacob, peddler, h. 45 Pilling 
" Moses, salesman, 175 Merrimack, b. 45 Pilling 
" & Feinberg (Harry Gerson and Mayer J. Feinberg) 
prop. Golumbia Cloak & Suit Co. 175 Merrimack 

Gervais Arthur, shoemaker, b. 26 Front, Br. 
" Hubert, h. 26 Front, Br. 
u Solleme, dressmaker, 26 Front, Br. b. do. 

Getchell Charles, clerk, b. Wharf lane, R. V. 
" Charles J. carpenter, h. Wharf lane, R. V. 
" Mary W. widow of Jordan G. h. Wharf lane, R. V. 

Geyer Frank P. clerk, 179 Washington h. 18 Blaisdell 

Gibbs Angeline, widow, b. 1 00 Prospect, Br. 
" George E. salesman, 13 Wash. sq. h. 20 Fernald ave. 
" Horace E. job wagon, Washington sq. h. 75 Linwood 
" Mattie B. widow of Julius B. h. 492 Groveland 

Gibney Bernard E. shoemaker, h. 13 Cottage 
11 Christopher J. shoemaker, b. 13 Marshall 
" James H. shoe cutter, b. 13 Marshall 
" James J. coachman, 7 Maple ave. h. 27 Hale 
" James J. farmer, h. Park ave. Br. 
" Jane, widow of James, h. 27 Hale 
" Matthew, shoemaker, b. 27 Hale 
" Peter, h. 13 Marshall 

" Thomas F. plumber, 16 Winter, h. 78 Franklin 
" Thomas F. shoe inspector, h. 4*^ Observatory ave. &^ 
" William J. foreman, h. 13 Marshall fg^ 

Gibson David h. 18 Florence ave. Bg J 

" John E. shoemaker, h. 4 Lindel ggg 

Giddings A. H. Mrs. h. 91 Portland jj"E 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 138 Water 

Gignac George, shoemaker, h. 27 Orchard 

Giguere Arthur, b. r. 229 Essex £^ 

" Francois, heel mnfr. r. 229 Essex, h. do. gg 

" Francois Jr. laster, b. r. 229 Essex ■ 

" John Mrs. h. 13 High 

" Joseph O. shoe finisher, h. 26 High ^ 

" Louis, shoemaker, b. 13 High 03 W 

Gilbert Albert, shoemaker, h. 6 Hall S > 

" Alexander, shoe cutter, b. 3 Granville H £ 

" Ambrose, mngr. 170 Essex, h. 3 Granville 2 > 

" Charles A. stitcher, h. 66 High < 

" C. Henry, stitcher, b. 66 High J 

" Frank, teamster, h. 2 Cliff ' 2 {g 

" George E. Goodyear operator, h. 3 Thorndike [ave. m jl 
" George W. (Coombs & Gilbert Furn. Co.) h. 13 North 5° 






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Gilbert Isaiah, farmer, h. 8 Pecker st. ct. 

" Joseph, shoe finisher, h. 114 Essex 

" Joseph A. b. 114 Essex [head 

" Leon O. cigars and tobacco, 170 Essex, h. at Marble- 

" Louis, stock fitter, h. 208 Winter 

" Lovis A. shoemaker, b. Charles Lambert's, Hilldale av. 

" Marion, shoe worker, h. 70 Pecker [Hyatt ave. Br. 

" Mary C. widow of John G. h. Kingsbury ave. bey. 

" see Guilbert 
Gilbride John, clerk, b. 65 High 
Gilchrest Arthur, gardener, h. Bradstreet ave. W. H. 

" Oliver, salesman, b. Bradstreet ave. W. H. 
Gilderson Dennis H. supt. 14 Court, h. 11 Colby, Br. 
Gile Anna, h. Newton rd. n. Gile 

" Benjamin N. (Staples & Gile) r. 108 Merrimack, h. 46 
Riverside ave. 

*' Daniel W. h. 6 Park pi. 

" David, h. 61 Kenoza ave. 

" Edward L. shoe packer, b. 6 Park pi. 

" James A. shoe cutter, h. Gile, next Newton rd. 

" Jessie S. asst. public library, b. 6 Park pi. 

" John, h. 34 Lincoln ave. 

" Madeline, teacher, at New Bedford, b. 6 Park pi. 

" P. Nelson, Mc^Kay operator, h. 3 Madison 

" S. Fannie, dressmaker, h. Newton rd. next Gile 
Giles Albert, laborer, h. Eighth ave. n. Primrose 

" Edward C. wood heel cutter, h. 3 Eleventh ave. 

" Frank E. driver, 23 Hale, h. 22 Sixth ave. 

" George F. farmer, h. Crystal, A. V. 

" Nelson R. student, b. 22 Sixth ave. 
Gill Austin E. shoe cutter, b. 38 Lock, Br. 

" Austin J. shoemaker, h. 38 Lock, Br. 

" Emma, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 38 Lock, Br. 

" William H. shoemaker, b. 38 Lock, Br. 
Gillespie John P. bookkeeper, 260 River, h. at Boston 
Gillis Annie, dressmaker, 98 Main, h. do. 

" Hugh B. trimmer, h. 98 Main 

" John H. lineman, h. 1 J 3 Main 

" John J. ins. agt. 210 Merrimack, h. at Newburyport 
Gilman Almira W. Mrs. h. 252 Washington 

" Benjamin B. (B. B. Gillman & Co.) bds. 25 Main, Br. 

" B. B. & Co. (Benjamin B. Gilman) leather board mnfrs. 
90 Wingate 

" Elmer E. shoemaker, b. 18 Orchard 



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Gilman Ernest N. (Carter, Russell & Co.) express, 23 
Hale, h. 31 Pleasant, Br. 

" Ethelyn C. widow of Arthur B. h. 165 Main, Br. 

" Fred, baker, b. 15 Duncan 

" Fred O. farmer, b. R. L. Gilman's 

" Hat Co. hat mnfrs. Railroad ave. Br. 

" Henry H. h. 38 Summer 

" John F. sub. letter carrier and ins. agt. 72 Merrimack 
b. R. L. Gilman's 

" Joseph, h. 10 Dover 

" Joseph, mason, h. 1 6 Silver 

" Judith K. widow of William, b. 79 Auburn 

" Julia C. widow of J. W. h. 25 Main, Br. 

" Nellie Mrs. rms. 120 Winter 

" Rufus L. farmer, h. Lowell ave. Scotland Hill 

" Walter, baker, 145 Merrimack 

" Warren E. shoemaker, h. E. Broadway, n. Plaistow rd. 
Gilmartin John, shoe buffer, h. 188 Water 

" John C. hairdresser, 65 Washington, h. 22 Blossom, Br. 

" Owen, box maker, b. 7)4 Walnut 

" Patrick, box maker, b. 7% W 7 alnut 

" Sabina, widow of Owen, h. 7% Walnut 
Gilmore James J. leather worker, h. 33a Oak ter. 
Gilmour Robert, shoemaker, h. 25 River, Br. 
Gilpatrick E. Blanche, bookkeeper, D. D. Chase Lumber 
Co. bds. 148 Main 

" Henry C. h. 148 Main 
Gilroy Mary, h. 44 Adams 
Girard Frederick, shoemaker, b. 143 Lafayette sq. 

'• Louis, h. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" Odor M. shoemaker, h. 64 High 

" Stanislas, laborer, h. 143 Lafayette sq. 
Girouard Ernest, shoemaker, b. 4 Granville 

" Paul, mariner, h. 5 Little River 

" Victor, driver, 30 Washington sq. 
Given C. A. Mrs. h. 162 Main 
Glasgow Woolen Mills Co. tailors, 10 Main 
Gleaner Brush Co. brushes, Island Park, Br. 
Gleason Alice, teacher, b. 451 Kenoza, E. Parish 

" Annie h. 13 White 

" Chauncey, farmer, h. 419 E. Broadway 

" George L. Rev. pastor, Fourth and Riverside Cong, 
churches, h. 451 Kenoza, E. P. 

" LeRoy, student, b. 451 Kenoza, E. P. 

" William P. clerk, 132 Merrimack, h. 40 Fernald ave. 




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Glecklen John, sho.emaker and second-hand clothing, 138 
River, h. 147 do. 

" Joseph, mngr. 138 River, h. do. 
Glennon Michael, farmer, h. Lowell ave. bey. Forest 
Gletzgau Adam F. sizing foreman, 270 River, h. 165 do. 
Glidden Frank H., R. R. brakeman, b. 483 Washington 
Glines Albert E. b. T. Glines', Concord 

" Aseneth, widow of Albion, h. 4 Swasey 

" Charles W. mngr. 112 Washington, h. 319 do. 

41 Finaldo A. shoemaker, h. 317 Groveland 

" Frank M. motorman, b. T. G. Glines' 

" James A. farmer, h. 3 Smith, the 2d [Highland ave. 

" John A. city treas. and tax collector, City Hall, h. 25 

" John L. h. 321 Wash. [Washington 

" Printing Co., Charles W. Glines, mngr. printers, 112 

" Tristam G. provisions, h. Concord, cor. Lake ave. 

" Vestie A. stitcher, b. 82 High 

" William C. letter carrier, h. Concord, cor. Lake ave. 
Glogofsky Louis, tailor, 5 Railroad sq. bds. 136 River 

" Max, pedler, h. 217 Washington 
Glover Almon E. shoemaker, h. Amesbury rd. Nicholsville 

" Charles F. shoemaker, rms. Central Fire sta. 

" Clinton P. shoemaker, h. 8 Henry 

" Lewis H. shoemaker, h. rear 356 Washington 

" Lottie J. Mrs. card reader, 220 Washington, h. do. 
Glykart Carl, shoe cutter, h. 5 Vernon Br. 

" Gustave, shoemaker, h. 64 Emerson 

" Max, box maker, b. 5 Vernon, Br. 
Glynn Albert J. hairdresser, 24 Wingate, h. 2 Duncan 
Godbout Edward, paper hanger, h. 66 Emerson 

" Florence, shoe cutter, b. 8 Federal 

" George, shoe cutter, b. 75 Summer 

" Joseph, shoe cutter, h. 8 Federal 

" Joseph O. shoe repairer, 185 Merrimack, h. 75 Summer 

" Joseph R. plumber, b. 75 Summer 

" Romeo, trimming cutter, b. 8 Federal 
Goddard George P. h. 36 Ninth ave. 
Godden Louis, shoe cutter, rms. 33 Wash. ave. 
Godfrey Benjamin, shoemaker, h. 37 High 

" George J. heel cutter, h. 157 Lafayette sq. 

" Isabelle, widow of John, h. 20 How 

" James E. shoemaker, h. 53 Pilling 

" John A. shoemaker, h. 43 Hilldale ave. 

" Michael, h. 157 Lafayette sq. 

" William J. gardener, h. 6 Orchard 



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Goclin Elphege Rev. pastor, St. Joseph's church, h. 19 
Grand 

" Paul, laster, h. 6 Federal 

" Pierre, shoemaker, h. 64 High 
Godkin Stephen F. shoe packer, h. 16 Boardman 

" William B. machine operator, h. 9 Park 
Godman Thomas J. real estate, 151 Merrimack, h. 46 

Summer 
Goggin David, laborer, b. 5 Blossom 

u John, shoemaker, h. 87 Franklin 

" Mary, widow of John, h. 5 Blossom 
Goldback Joseph, pressman, 82 Merrimack 
Goldberg Hymen, morocco worker, h. 32 Varnum 

" Louis, rags, h. 24 Varnum 

" Max, h. 144 River 

" Max, hat worker, h. 41 Ayer 

" Z. hatter, h. 20 Varnum 
Golden Anna R. widow of Patrick, h. 76 Summer 

" Elizabeth A. milliner, h. 76 Summer 

" Mendel, jnnk, 35 Hale 
Goldenbaum Isaac, shoemaker, h. 28 Varnum 
Goldman Joseph, shoemaker, h. 2 Garfield 

" Samuel, custom tailor, 50 Locust, h. 52 do. 
Goldsmith Jessie, widow of Lucius R. h. 7 South 

" John L. -sole cutter, h. Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont 

" Louis, painter, rms. 212 Merrimack 

" Martha J. Mrs. h. 55 Emerson 

" Sarah, widow of Henry F. h. 8 Currier pi. 
Goldstein Max, clerk, h. 205 River 
Goldsworthy John, shoemaker, h. 42 Bellevue ave. 
Goldthwaite Herbert, shoemaker, rms. 9 Vine 

" Nelson M. shoe cutter, h. 376 Washington 

" Warren F. ins. agent, h. 70 Moody 
Goltz Sam, shoe worker, h. 165 River 

Goodchild Harry M. salesman, 2 Arnold pi. b. 93 Main 
Goodell Carrie L. bookkeeper, r. 22 Phoenix row, b. 17 
Proctor 

" Charles W. turned work, h. 17 Proctor 

" Henry O. shoe cutter, b. 17 Proctor 

" Hiram S. shoemaker, h. 17 Proctor 

" John, machinist, rms. 37 Pleasant, Br. 

" Leo, shoemaker, h. 97 Locke 

" Mabel, bookkeeper, 105 Merrimack, h. 17 Proctor 

" Walter S. insurance, 115 Merrimack, h. 50 Park 

KEG" ..... H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



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Goodelle Jennie S. Mme. vocal teacher, 91 Merrimack' 
h. 266 Mill [ave. 

Goodhue Alice H. widow of Dr. Perley E. h. 39 Highland 
Goodman Alice, widow of Edward, h. 37 Moore 

" Bernhardt, morocco worker, h. 100 River 

" Bernhardt Jr. b. 102 River 

" Christopher, foreman, Hav. Ice Co. h. 23 Sixth ave. 

" Hyman. shoe treer, h. 100 River 

" James H. city laborer, h. 8 Grove, Br. 

" Kate, operator, b. 37 Moore 

" Richard, iceman, h. 28 Grove, Br. 
Goodrich Abbie L. Mrs. dressmaker, 22 Vine, h. do. 

" Andrew J. farmer, h. 320 Washington 

" Annie Mrs. rms. 66 Pecker 

" Charles, shoe worker, rms. 49 Pecker 

" Daniel, h. 7 Maple ave. 

" Eli, brakeman, b. 63 Locust 

" Forrest E. (Goodrich & Collum) h. 53 Main 

", Frank, mngr. Marston's exp. 88 Wash. h. 4 Judson 

" George F. shoemaker, h. 20 Moore 

" Hazen B. (Hazen C. Goodrich & Co.) h. 3 Windsor 

" Hazen B. & Co. (Hazen B. Goodrich and Frank J. 
Bradley) shoe mnfrs. 70 Washington 

" Herbert T. A. machinist, h. 320 Washington 

" John, seaman, b. 4 Judson 

" John J. Haverhill Machine works Q6 Phoenix row, h. 
at Methuen 

'■ Joseph E. hairdresser, 8 Main, h. 26 Merrimack 

" Laura, widow of George O. h. 86 Locust 

" Mary E. Mrs. h. 56 Park 

" Mary E. widow of John, h. 8 Fourth ave. 

" Maud, bookkeeper, 142 Essex, b. 22 Vine 

" Parker, shoemaker, h. 10 School 

" Theodore 2nd, h. 4 Judson [Castle 

" Walter, sec. park commissioners, office, Winnikennie 
GOODRICH & COLLUM (Forrest E. Goodrich 
and Herbert E. Collum) plumbers and tinsmiths, 
16 Winter. See page 819 
Goodridge Harry B. clerk, h. 142 Main 
Goodsell Joel W. farmer, h. 2 Bradley ave. [ave. Br. 

Goodwin Albert L. station agent, Branford sta. h. Railroad 

" Aloert M. machine operator, h. 124 Cedar 

" Annie M. Mrs. h. 104 Portland 
GOODWIN CHARLES H. real estate and insur- 
ance, 21 Main, h. 77 Mt. Vernon. See front cover 



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Goodwin Charles S. lawyer, 115 Merrimack, h. 131 Main, 

Br. 
" Clara L. stitcher, h. 360 Washington ; 

" Dora M. Mrs. journalist, h. 77 Mt. Vernon 
" Edward, shoe cutter, h. 195 Primrose 
" Edwin, (Moulton & Goodwin) boat builder, 2 School 

nns. 17 Washington ave. 
" Eliza A. widow of Albert, h. 3 Ferry, Br. 
" Elmer E. physician, office hours until 9 a. m. and from 

12 to 2 and 6 to 8 p. m. 207 Groveland, h. do. 
" Frank B. (J. T. Goodwin & Son) h. 28 Nichols 
" Frank W. shoemaker, rms. 7 Pecker 
" Fred, shoe cutter, rms. 174 Merrimack 
" George, h. 5 Ashland 
" George, h. 16 Fleet 

" George D. counter molder, b. 85 Hilldale ave. 
" George E. shoemaker, h. 85 Hilldale ave. 
" George M. pres. and treas. Taylor-Goodwin Co. 16 

Main, Br. h. 25 Vine 
" Harriet M. Mrs. bookkeeper, h. 40 Central, Br. 
" Helen B. kindergarten teacher, b. 77 Mt. Vernon 
•' Hollis C. student, b. 77 Mt. Vernon 
" Jackson F. blacksmith, 34 Stage, h. 97 Winter 
" James B. clerk, 108 Wash. h. 40 Central, Br. 
" James M. h. 9 Tremont 
GOODWIN JAMES W. attorney-at-law, 81 Merri- 
mack, and treas. Citizen's Co-operative Bank, h. 9 

Tremont. See page 803 
" John C. b. 40 Central, Br. 
" John F. nail sticker, b. 85 Hilldale ave. 
" JohnT. (J. T. Goodwin & Son) b. 28 Nichols 
" John T. & Son (John T. and Frank B.) restaurant, 19 

Main 
" Leburton W. lunch wagon, 19 Mam, h. 35 Cedar 
" Lizzie Mrs. h. 72 Beech 
" Martha A. widow, h. 230 Washington 
" Martha J. h. 9 Tremont [ave. 

" Mary A. teacher, Monument st. school, b. 85 Hilldale 
GOODWIN MYRON H. lawyer, 83 Merrimack, h. 

at W. Newbury. See page 803 
" Seth, h. A. L. Goodwin's, Railroad ave. Br. 
" William C. shoe pattern maker, h. end Day 
Goon Lee, laundry, 22 Lafayelte sq rms. do. 
Gordon Arthur O. prop. ^Etna Hotel, h. do. 
" Asa C. farmer, h. Broadway, Ayers Village 

111 S. COLE, p JSISi ii^iS!^: 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. Stop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



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Gordon Charles L. upholsterer, 13 Wash. sq. h. 11 Summer 

" Elizabeth, widow of Edward, b. 91 Portland 

" Ellen Chase, teacher of Greek and History,. Bradford 
academy, b. do. 

" Fannie Mrs. shoe stitcher, h. 14 Winter [rd. W. H. 

" George Curtis, shoemaker, b. W. E. Runnell's, Boston 

" Harry P. clerk, 58 White, h. 24 Fourth ave. 

" James, laborer, h. 99 Primrose 

" John B. chief engineer, fire dept. h. 57 Webster 

" Lawrence G. car conductor, h. 593 Washington 

" Robert E. b. Asa C. Gordon's 

" SidneyS. shoemaker, b. Asa C. Gordon's 
Gorham John P. Rev. asst. pastor, St. James Catholic 

church, h. 175 Winter 
Gorman Fred P. foreman, 270 River, h. 80 Munroe 

" George A. engineer, 132 Essex, h. 17 Pine, Br. 

" Henry B. student, b. 9 Ninth ave. 

" James H. shoemaker, h. 9 Ninth ave. 

" John S. shoe mnfr. 96 Wash. b. 9 Ninth ave. 

" Mary, widow, h. 43 Varnum 

" Nellie F. h. 9 Ninth ave. 

" Peter, watchman, b. 17 Pine, Br. 

" Philip, machinist, h. 24 Franklin 
Gospel Mission, 35 Merrimack 
Goss Daniel R. shoemaker, h. 15 Pecker 

" Fred R. car starter, 3 Water, b. 15 Pecker 

" Martha J. h. 21 Webster 

" Walter H. Mrs. rms. 40 Pecker 
Gosselin Alfred, shoemaker, b. 19 Oak. ter. 

" A. Edmond, bookkeeper, 177Essex,h.at Westville,N.H. 

" Clara, clerk, 356 River, b. 73 Beach 

" Edward, lather, h. 19 Oak ter. 

" Frank, foreman, 356 River, h. 73 Beach 

" Henry O. salesman, 175 Essex, h. at Westville, N.H. 

" Joseph, box maker, b. 19 Oak ter. 

" Peter, brickmaker, h. 19 Hilldale ave. 

" Peter, laborer, h. 19 Oak ter. 

11 Telesphore, laborer, h. 89 High 
Goudreau Arthur, nailer, b. 7 Hillside pi. 

M Eugenie, widow of Louis, h. 9 Hillside pi. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 88 Locust 

" Onesiphore, shoemaker, h. 1 Mt. Dustin ave. 

" Phillip, shoemaker, h. 1 2 Willie 
Goydreault Ernest, shoemaker, h. 183 River 
Gouire Joseph, teamster, h. Hilldale ave. c. Lapierre 



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Gould Caroline F. Mrs. dressmaker, 37 Main, h. do. 

" Charles B. merchant tailor, 30 Washington, h. 45 
Howard 

" Charlotte, nurse, rms. 105 Winter 

" Cleveland, h. 40 Highland ave. 

" Eliza A. widow of Albert, h. 1 1 1 Main 

" Fred P. ins. agent, 210 Merrimack, h. Ill Main 

" Hervey N. ins. agent, h. 56 North 

" Ralph W. ins. agent. 103 Merrimack, rm. 11, rms. 
50 Washington ave. 

" Ruth F. milliner, 41 Sixth ave. b. do. 

" Thomas F. leather cutter, h. 30 Jackson 

" Walter H. musician, b. 56 North 

" Wilbur H. h. 66 Kenoza ave. 

" William P. sec. andtreas. 31 Washington, h. 63 Cedar 
Goulet Frank X. laster, b. 27 Broadway 

" Hector, hairdresser, 1 Wash. ave. rms. 48 Locust 

" Napoleon J. bar clerk, 38 Fleet, h. 212 Winter 

" William A. shoemaker, b. 27 Broadway 
Gourin Arthur Mrs. h. 33 Hilldale ave. 
Gove Alice F. widow of Leonard, h. 77 Auburn 

" Annie M. bookkeeper, r. 98 Wash. b. 13 Oxford 

" Forrest S. h. 60 White 

" George A. shoe cutter, h. 166 Main 

" Kirk, shoemaker, h. 47 Oak 

" N. A. Co. (Chas. F. and Mrs. C. F. Underwood) mil- *■: 
linery, 67 Merrimack C3 

" Royal H. h. 13 Orchard ^S 

Gowell Coleman, heel cutter, h. 16 Dover ^— 

Goyette Antoinette, clerk, 74 Merrimack S2E 

" Frank, mason, rms. 13 Grand 

" Joseph, nail sticker, b. 6 Le Blanc C9 

" Lumina P. Mrs. h. 14 Beach O 

" Moise, shoemaker, h. 13 High 
Grabelnick Max, shoemaker, h. 169 River 

" Samuel, shoemaker, h. 173 River < 

Grace, Benjamin S. bds. 8 Kenoza ave. § 

" Ella, widow of Charles S. h. 1 9 Franklin H > 

" Frank I. stock foreman, 356 River, h. 585 Wash. q $ 

" W. Anslo, bookkeeper, 250 River, h. 28 Vine 3 5 

Grad Benjamin, ins. agt. 210 Merrimack, h. 24 Varnum m 



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Grady Patrick J. h. 91 Franklin JO aJi 

Graffam Emma N. widow, h. 375 Washington 5 '2 



Orville E. clerk, 54 Merrimcck, b. 15 Ringgold 52 P 



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Graham Catherine, widow of Charles, h. 33 School 

" Charles, shoe treer, h. 18 Green 

" Charles H. leather cutter, h. 70 Sixth ave. 

" Charles W. shoe cutter, b. 11 William 

" Edith, clerk, 70 Wash. b. 11 Sixth ave. 

" Hector, clerk, 172 Essex, b. 38 Oak 

" Hillery Jr. driver, h. 43 Main, Br. 

" John, sole sorter, rms. 63 How 

" John D. cook, 165 Merrimack, h. 33 School 

" John J. Rev. asst. pastor, St. James Catholic Church, 
h. 175 Winter 

" John L. auctioneer, and antique furniture, 38 Winter, 
h. 12 Chestnut, Br. 

" J. Henry, shoemaker, h. 163 Golden Hill ave. 

" Lizzie, widow of Sylvanus C. h. 1 1 Graham 

" Maria, widow of James, h. 11 Sixth ave. 

" Mary, bookkeeper, 29 Washington, h. 36 Franklin 

" Mary A. h. 8 Summer 

" Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 221 River 

" Otis A. clerk, 75 Merrimack, h. 19 North 

" Paul H. clerk, b. 19 North 

" Rose, Mrs. h. 223 Essex 

" William H. salesman, h. 1 1 Sixth ave. 
Gralton Philip P. lard refiner, 132 Essex, h. 26 Primrose 
Grandy Frank, nailer, h. 372 Salem, Br. 
Grant Alphonso, painter, h. 5 Arlington 

" Alvina, Mrs. dressmaker, 6)4 Walnut, h. do. 

" Annie, widow of William, h. 19 Bartlett ave. 

" Charles H. police, h. 6 Summer, Br. 

" Charles N. carpenter, h. 29 Mechanic 

" Charles S. hatter, b. 4 Lafayette, Br. 

" Christopher E. carpenter, h. Rosemont 

" Dwinell, U. S. N. b. 29 Broadway 

" James W. engineer, 17 Locust, h. 29 Broadway 

" Jennie M. B. Mrs. rms. 40 Washington ave. 

" Norman, carpenter, h. 4 Lafayette, Br. 

" Sylvester, h. 5 Arlington 

" William, baker, 51 Merrimack, h. 227 Winter 
Granton Clifton A. plumber, 5 West, h. Marsh ave. n. Main 

" George A. plumber, r. 22 Main, h. Hyatt ave. Br. 

" Lucy C. widow of Robert, h. 62 Summer 

" RobertC. packer, b. 62 Summer 
Granville Henry L. shoe finisher, h. 15 Dudley 
Grater Fred A. shoe cutter, rms. 20 Main 
Graupner Albert, meat cutter, 145 Merrimack, h. 11 Union 



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Gravelle Arthur, hairdresser, 58 Wingate, h. 13 High, Br. 
Graves Alfred, shoemaker, h. 61 Central, Br. 

" Allen J. h. 38 Washington ave. 

" Harry A. carpenter, h. 6 Lafayette, Br. 

" John VV. market gardener, 294 Lowell ave. h. do. 

" Julia A. dressmaker, 20 Pine, Br. b. do. 

" Louise, widow of Engene E. news depot, 1 Water, h. 
16 Arlington 
Gray Amos, carpenter, h. 20 Greenville 
Arthur, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington 
Charles H., R. R. brakeman, h. 11 Pentucket 
Charles S. engineer, C. K. Fox, h. 25 Franklin 
Evelyn, clerk, 17 Locust, b. 7 Marion, Br. 
Fred T. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, h. 11 Ringgold 
George N. shoemaker, h. 345 Water 
Hattie E. stitcher, b. 11 Ringgold 
Herbert, horse dealer, h. 19 Lawrence 
Herman W. shoemaker, h. 202 Main, Br. 
Isaac, wire maker, h. 7 Marion, Br. 
James R. constable, h. 11 Ringgold 

" James R. Jr. stitching, 22 Phoenix row, h. 45 Nichols 
James T. farmer, h. Lowell ave. near the line, S. H. 
Jennie, clerk, 17 Locust, b. 7 Marion, Br. 
John, beater out, b. 42 Primrose 
John J. painter, 150^ Merrimack, h, 56 Vestry 
John W. blacksmith, 18 Central, Br. h. 78 Kimball, do. 

" John W. J. coachman, rms. 5 Washington sq. 

Judson D. packer, h. 20 Greenville [Br. 

Matthew J. bookkeeper, 114 Washington, h. 7 Marion, 

Nuns of the Cross, 103 Locust 

Paul E. asst. public library, b. 19 Lawrence 

Stanley D. principal, Winter st. school, rms. 9 Dustin 

Thomas, laster, h. 42 Primrose 

" Wellington K. lineman, 161 Water, b. 20 Greenville 
Greeley Alwyn W. shoe mnfr. 120 Washington, h. 131 Lake 
View ave. 

" Catherine, bookkeeper, 80 Lafayette sq. b. 16 Nichols 

u Charles A. car conductor, h. 41 Warren, Br. 

" Elinor N. bookkeeper, b. 16 Nichols 

" John S. shoe worker, b. 16 Nichols 

" May E. bookkeeper, Haverhill Box Co. b. 16 Nichols 

" Sanford, foreman, rms. 3 Temple 
Green Arthur H. clerk, 58 White, h. 5 Crosby 

" Benjamin H. carpenter, h. 36 Ninth ave. 

" David L. coachman, 8 Newcomb, h. 24 Ashland 




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Green George, heel cutter, b. 22 How 

" Harry M. leather worker, h. 106 Main 

" Harry M. student, b. 108 Main 

" John N. B. h. 110 Main 

" John P. M. boukkeeper, 102 Merrimack, h. 91 Locke 

" Johnson H. clerk, 51 Main, Br. h. 16 Chestnut, do. 

" Margaret Mrs. h. 186 Merrimack 

" Martin J. shoe cutter, rms. 13 Grand 

" M. Jennie, teacher, Winter st. school, rms. 80 Main 

" Patrick, leather roller, b. 41 Harrison 

" see Greene 
Greenberg David, farmer, h. Corliss Hill rd. 

" Hyman, hatter, h. 25 Ayer 

" Hyman, shoemaker, b. D. Greenberg's 
Greene Baasha M. Mrs. h. 26- Myrtle [ville 

" Moses H. second-hand goods, »l Water, h. 34 Green- 

" William H. clerk, 46 Main, h. 29 School 
Greenlaw Albert C. shoemaker, h. 6 Bethel 

" Henry A. shoe stitcher, h. 227 River 

" William C. shoemaker, h. 5 Hancock 
Greenlay Catherine, widow of John W.h. 57 Adams 

" Daisy A. bookkeeper, 70 Phoenix row, b. 67 Madison 

" Fred E. b. 67 Madison 

" Georgie A. clerk, 119 Merrimack, rms. 8 Whittier 

" Harriet L. widow of Henry L. h. 20 Pentucket 

" John W. foreman, 17 Locust, h. 8 Whittier 

" Joseph B. shoemaker, b. 52 Whittier 

" Minnie M. b. 67 Madison 

" Simon J. carpenter, h. 67 Madison 

" William, painter, b. 29 Essex 
Greenleaf Alfred F. mngr. 138 Merrimack, b. 97 Main 

" Alvah M. clerk, 357 River, h. 25 Seventh ave. 

" Charlotte, widow, b. 120 Winter 

" Ella J. Mrs. h. Plaistow rd. n. Newton rd. 

" Orin L. miller, C. H. Cox, h. 28 Warren, Br. 

" William H. b. 74 How 
Greenman Charles E. soles, etc. 53 Wash. h. 48 Park 

" William G. 53 Washington, h. 76 Main 
Greenough Byron, lining cutter, b. 43 Sixth ave. 

" Louisa, widow of Henry A. h. 43 Sixth ave. 
Greenstein Isidor, rags, h. 134 River 

" Joseph, junk, h. 100 River 

" Morris, grocer, 226 River, h. 26 Varnum 
Greenwood Charles H. shoemaker, h. 30 Sheridan 

" David R. janitor, 103 Merrimack, rms. do. 



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Greenwood George, shoemaker, rms. 75 Washington ave. 

" John, teamster, h. 200 Hilldale ave. 
Gregg George, shoe cutter, rms. 16 Washington ave. 
Gregory George G. shoemaker, h. 9 Arlington 

" Joseph B. shoemaker, h. 6 Spring pi. 
Grenier Olivier, laster, h. 123 Lafayette sq. 
Gribbin JothamR. bookbinder, 37 Wash. h. 35 Eleventh av. 
Griffin Albert C. salesman, 70 Wash. b. 1 17 Chestnut 

" Alonzo, shoemaker, h. 255 Groveland 

" Arthur W. b. 117 Chestnut 

" Charles C. treas. 156 Merrimack, h. 13 Summit ave. 

" Charles R. motorman, rms. 383 Washington 

11 Fenwick A. clerk, 168 Merrimack, h. 28 Kent 

" George W. draughtsman, 25 Wash. sq. b. 24 Webster 

" George W. janitor, Portland st. school, h. 79 Auburn 

" Harry B. salesman, b. 13 Summit ave. 

" Herbert S. (Hunt & Griffin) grocer, 88 Broadway, h. do. 

" H. M. Mrs. r. 113 Water 

" James A. shoe mnfr. Berlin, N. H. h. 224 Groveland 

" John, h. 5 Pine, Br. 

" John H. shoemaker, h. 33 Howard 

" Margaret, widow of Leverett, h. 24 Webster 

" Maud J. rms. 154 Merrimack 

" Michael, laborer, h. 98 Lafayette sq. 

" Nathan L. physician, 100 Emerson, h. do. 

" Reuben E. (Henry B. George & Co.) shoe mnfr. 48 
Washington, h. 117 Chestnut 

" Richard, shoe cutter, h. 132 Franklin 

" Sabrina K. widow, b. 28 Byron, Br. 

" Sidney A. carpenter, 22 Webster, h. do. 

" Stuart C. h. r. 142 Winter 

" Stuart J. waiter, 19 Main, b. r. 142 Winter 

" Thomas, leather worker, b. 132 Franklin 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 81 Elm, Br. 
Griffith George H. hairdresser, 2 Walnut, h. 14 North 
Griggs Charles A. hairdresser, 8 Main, h. 6 Green 

" George H. musician, b. 6 Green 

" Henry H. mngr. 105 Washington, h. 32 Munroe 

" Maud M. bookkeeper, 38 Emerson 
Grimes Daniel H. job wagon, Washington sq. h. 5 Cypress 

" Fred W. tack maker, b. 87 Hilldale ave. 

" Priscilla M. widow of Moses, h. 87 Hilldale ave. 
Grimshaw Henry, police, h. 20 Water 

" James E. hatter, b. 20 Water 
Grindle Willis A. shoemaker, h. 47 Franklin 



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Grogan Michael, shoe cutter, b. 200 Winter 
Grover Charles H. (W. H. Floyd & Co.) clothing, etc. 84 
Merrimack, h. 7 Brockton ave. 

" Fred S. C. bookkeeper, 67 Wash. b. 7 Brockton ave. 
Guard John, hairdresser, 12 Locust, h. 17 Norfolk 
Guay Frank, shoemaker, h. 39 Locke 
Guenette Emile, foreman, 227 Winter, h. 44 Hillside 
Guertin Edward, laster, b. 7 Orchard, Br. 

" Simon, laborer, h. 7 Orchard, Br. 

" Simon Jr. shoemaker, h. 15 Orchard, Br. 
Guilbert Alphonse, shoemaker, h. 11 Oak terrace 

" Corrime H. teacher, Bowley school, b. 304 River 

" Henrietta, widow of John B. h. 304 River 

" see Gilbert 
Guilfoile Margaret, widow of Henry P. h. 1 3 Norfolk 
Guilmond Edward, shoemaker, b. 245 Winter 

" Hermidas, shoemaker, h. 245 Winter [h. 245 Winter 

" Joseph (Tessier & Co.) heel contractor, 48 Phoenix row, 

" Victor, clerk, 30 Lafayette sq. b. 245 Winter 
Gundy Henry, laborer, h. 26 Ashland 

" Simeon, coachman, 19 North ave. h. 26 Ashland 
Guntert Abraham, cook, h. 101 Temple 
Guptil Hervey E. mnfr. ladies' slippers, Winter, cor. Dun- 
can, h. 16 Hamilton ave. 
Gurney Edward, laborer, b. 23 Mill 

" Nathaniel, h. 23 Mill 
Gurry Bernard, tailor, 30 Washington 
Gutterson Claud, skiver, b. 21 Lincoln, Br. 

" Eugene M. hatter, h. 21 Lincoln, Br. 

" Eveline, widow of Smith E. h. 21 Lincoln, Br. 

" George M. foreman, r. 28 Main, h. 30 School 
Guttridge James A. civil engineer, h. 11 Chadwick, Br. 
Guy R. Ovila, provisions, 43 Lafayette sq. h. 56 Fountain 
Guyette Joseph J. shoe finisher, h. 6% Ford 
Guyot Edmond, shoemaker, h. 181 Water 

" Eugene C. laster, b. 181 Water 

" Romeo, shoemaker, b. 181 Water 

HAAS SAMUEL K. hatter, h. 178 Main 
Hackett Daniel (Henry B. George & Co.) shoe mnfr. 48 
Washington, h. 16 Johnson 

" James F. blacksmith, rms. 113 Water 

" John C. foreman, h. 17 Fifth ave. 

" see Haggett 
Hackey Barney, laster, rms. 247 Essex 



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Hackney Sarah, h. 47^ Essex 

Haddock Charles F. shoemaker, 219 Water, h. do. 

" Charles H. b. 18 Lafayette, Br. 

" Edward C. shoe cutter, h. 2 Fifth ave. 

" Harry F. salesman, 57 Wingate, b. Roderick Haddock's 

" Leslie B. b. 2 Fifth ave. 

" Roderick, h. Ferry rd. n. Main, W. H. 
Hadley Arthur, shoemaker, b. 26 Emerson 

" Edward H. confectioner, h. 83 Cedar 

" Florence E. dressmaker, 83 Cedar, b. do. 

" George F. pressman, 32 Main, b. 83 Cedar [olsville 
Hadlock Austin D. shoe trimmer, h. Amesbury rd. Nich- 

" Everett, b. 82 Water 

" George E. hairdresser, 177 Washington, h. 317 do. 

" James S. motorman, h. Amesbury rd. n. Sanders Hill 
Haggett Daniel J. asst. 39 Main, h. 12 Eighth ave. 

" see Hackett 
Haigh Thomas, h. 76 Water 
Haines Jennie E. widow of Alvin M. h. 31 Vine 

" John C. farmer, h. 16 Bartlett ave. 

" Lulu O. bookkeeper, 93 Merrimack, b. 33 Lindel 

" Mary Mrs. h. 112 Franklin 

" Octavia E. widow of John W. h. 33 Lindel 

" Thomas J. stable foreman, h. 9 Bartlett ave. 
Hale Albert B. foreman, 70 Washington, h. 10 Grand 

" Annie R. widow of James A. h. 65 Cedar 

" B. Clifford, clerk, 161 Washington, h. 18 Ford 

" Elizabeth and Mary A. h. 74 Pecker 

" Fred L. shoe mnfr. b. 12 Auburn 

" George E. hop beer mnfr. 16 River, b. 567 Wash. 

" Harriet S. widow of William, h. 61 Temple 

" Hillard C. milk, 175 Kenoza, h. do. 

" Hospital, Ann C. Parker, supt. Buttonwoods ave. 

" J. M. (estate) office 151 Merrimack 

" Lewis D. builder, 22 Fountain, h. do. 

" Lewis H. Mrs. h. 12 Auburn 

" Linda J. widow of Charles E. h. 567 Washington 

" Paul N. shoe cutter, h. 138 Main 
Haley Albert, shoemaker, rms. 7 Greenville 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 69 Jackson [Marlon 

" Florence Fred, foreman, 61 Wingate, h. Pine ave. cor. 

" John, shoemaker, 17 Harrison, h. do. 

" John A. musician, b. 13 Jackson 

" John H. baker, 39 Merrimack, h. 93 Franklin 

" Joseph A. shoemaker, h. 13 Jackson 



MIAN S RIP CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

11U1L1I1I111 U. UUJjJLi, MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Odd Sashes and Doors. • SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

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Haley Mary A. widow of Cornelius, h. 13 Jackson 

" Peter, hairdresser, 36 Fleet 

" William, bricklayer, h. Pine ave. cor. Emily 

" see Healey 
Hallian Charles, clerk, 119 Winter, rms. 61 Pecker 
Hall Agnes M. teacher, Bowley school, b. 25 Auburn 

" Albert, clerk, b. 74 Fountain 

" Alice M. bookkeeper, 128 Washington, b. 25 Auburn 

" Amanda, stitcher, h. 22 Winter 

" Arthur H. h. 151 Main, Br. 

" Benjamin F. watchman, h. 107 Water 

" Charles C. clerk, 52 Winter, b. 45 Sixth ave. 

" Charles E. b. 178 Primrose 

" Clifton L. paper hanger, b. 1 Hammond ct. 

" Cyrus E. driver, h. 16 Race 

" Daniel G. shoe cutter, b. 10 How 

" David D. stock fitter, h. 22 Howard 

" Dickson, shoemaker, h. 10 Merrill, Br. 

" Dolly B. widow of Charles H. h. 3 Dustin pi. 

" Edwin B. h. 66 Kenoza ave. 

" Edwin F. shoemaker, h. 50 Sixth ave. 

" Eliza P. widow of Charles E. h. 9 Clinton 

" Elmer E. shoemaker, h. 67 Pecker 

" Elvira, widow of Brackett F. h. 125 Main 

" Emma T. rms. 37 Auburn 

" Ernest H. engineer, b. 15 Race 

" Everett L. shoemaker, h. 769 Washington 

" Frank B. b. 125 Main 

" Frank C. shoemaker, h. 33 Lindel 

" Frank H. farmer, b. Willis Rowe's, North ave. 

" Frank H. shoe cutter, h. 99 Emerson 

" Fred A. clerk, 106 Merrimack, b. 39 Fifth ave. 

" Fred E. farmer, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Fred O. foreman, 357 River, h. 71 Cedar 

" George A. h. Belvidere road 

" George C. shoe worker, b. 35 Webster, Br. [ave. 

" George W. stock fitting foreman, 356 River, h. 1 Chick 

" George W. F. foreman, 26 Phoenix row, h. 2 Vine 

" Gilman, shoemaker, h. 10 How 

" Hendrick, real estate, base. 1 Spring pi. h. 39 Fifth av. 

" Henry A. (Bomer & Hall) h. 74 Fountain 

" Henry H. shoe cutter, h. 98 Portland 

" Henry S. farmer, h. Plaistow rd. n. Newton rd. 

" Ida M. Mrs. h. 6 Murray court 

" Jacob, house 178 Primrose 



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Hall James E. asst. city engineer's office, b. 126 Portland 
" James G. b. Wesley Hail's, Main 
" Jennie S. Mrs. h. 157 Main, Br. 
" John A. h.*45 Sixth ave. 
" Julia A. widow of Silas P. h. S. Cross rd. Br. 
" Laurence, b. 157 Main, Br. 
" Lizzie H. housekeeper, 566 Washington 
" Levi M. h. 37 Grove 
" Mary J. Mrs. h. 35 Webster, Br. 
" Mayte C. stenographer, 37 Wash. b. 25 Auburn 
" M. E. typewriter, 70 Washington, b. 22 Howard 
" Nathan W. shoemaker, h. Rosemont 
" Orin, farmer, h. Crystal, A. V. 
" Oscar F. laster, rooms 82 Water 
" Oscar L. provisions, 36 Locust, h. 12^ Orchard 
" Peter A. overseer, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. 126 

Portland 
" Richard A. foreman, h. 38 Central, Br. 
" Robert H. trimmer, 161 Water, h. 18 Moore 
" Rodney L. beater out, b. H. S. Hall's, Plaistow rd. 
" Roscoe B. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 13 Board man ^»gg 

" Russell, b. 157 Main, Br. 2|* 

" Ruth C. widow of Thomas, h. 806 Main ™J 

" Stacey G. h. 25 Auburn ifc 

" Susie M. clerk, 17 Locust, b. 22 Howard ^» 

" Tasker, last maker, rms. 1 How H 

" Theodore M. student, b. 151 Main, Br. J"* 

" Wesley L. h. Main, bey. Dustin sq. 
" William, clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 35 Webster, Br. 
" William A. asst. 18 Court, h. 29 School 

Hallahan Thomas, shoe cutter, b. 61 Cedar 

Halloran William S. coachman, 28 Summer, b. do. 

Halpen Charles J. bookkeeper and notary public, 156 ^ 
Merrimack, h. 32 Fifth ave. C pi 

Ham Edward E. h. 52 North g^ 

" George, grocer, 297 Washington, h. 2 Bartlett SfE 

" George A. heel maker, h. 11 Pleasant -g £ 

" George H. sole grader, b. 9 Whittier ^ 

" Grace A, Mrs. b. 4 Green O Z 

" James F. shoe cutter, h. 7 Arlington HP 

" John H. shoemaker, h. 9 Whittier ? 

" Ralph B. plumber's helper, b. 11 Pleasant 2 

" Shepard S. shoe cutter, 242 Mill 



" William H. shoemaker, h. 55 Pleasant, Br. 
Hamblett Frank G. shoemaker, h. 38 Vine 



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Hamblett Franklin B. supervising agt. 138 Merrimack, h. 
Cross road, n. Ferry rd. W. H. 

" Leita Mrs. milliner, 38 Vine, h. do. 
Hamel Alphonse, hatter, b. 253 River 

" Cesare, h. 28 Hillside 

" Edward J. shoemaker, b. 15 Oak ter. 

" Edward J. shoemaker, h. 41 Hilldale ave. 

" Ferdinand, shoe repairer, 253 River, h. do. 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. end Willie 

" Fred N. shoe cutter, h. 7 Beach 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 15 Oak ter. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 253 River 

" Joseph O. shoe worker, b. 41 Hilldale ave. 

" Joseph Z. foreman, H. E. Guptil's, h. Talmouth ave. 

" Leon, plasterer, h. 26 Mill 

" Peter, shoemaker, h. 41 Hilldale ave. 

" Zepherin F. beater out, h. 200 Hilldale ave. 
Hamelin Casimir, shoemaker, b. 5 Thorndike 

" Hector J. shoemaker, b. 5 Thorndike 

" Leon J. shoe cutter, b. 5 Thorndike 

" Noe, clerk, 141 Lafayette sq. h. 5 Thorndike - 
Hamilton Benjamin J. shoemaker, h. 14 Ford 

" Harry E. shoemaker, h. Seventeenth ave. 

" Henry B. at 3 Water, h. 33 White 

" Henry E. driver, 132 Essex, h. 11 John 

" Morton W. shoemaker, h. 9 Pine, Br. 

" William E. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 4 Sagamore 
Hamlin Daniel, h. 103 Portland 

HAMLIN FJIANK S. insurance, 212 Merrimack, h. 
50 Hamilton ave. See back cover 

" John W. driver, B. F. Leighton & Co. h. 15 North 

" Zoe S. h. 475 Kenoza 
Hamm Clara A. Mrs. h. 30 Cedar 

" Sarah J. Mrs. rms. 210 Merrimack 
Hammer August, baker, h. 169 Water 

" Matilda Mrs. laundress, h. 169 Water 

" Sigvard, painter, 10 Merrimack, Br. h. 38 Lincoln ave. 

" Sylvester, painter, bds. 169 Water 
Hammond A. Leroy, engraver, b. 2 Lincoln ave. 

" Daniel W. state detective, h. 2 Lincoln ave. 

" Dolly A. widow of Edward H. h. 38 Webster 

" Philip A. rms. 42 Sheridan 

" Ralph W. salesman, 2 Arnold pi. bds. 2 Lincoln ave. 

" Sarah Mrs. h. 5 Masonic ct. 
Hammons Betsey F. widow of David, h. 511 Washington 



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Hamor Richard B. foreman, 50 Phoenix row, h. at Newton 

Junction, N. H. 
Handakas Ahilesk, shoemaker, h. 206 Essex ("Charles, Br. 
Hanks Albert' E. engineer, Lennox & Briggs, h. 14 

" William, laster, h. Groveland, next Jordan 
Hanley Michael, leather worker, b. 25 Lewis 

" Michael J. teamster, h. 97 Locke 
Hanlon John J. shoemaker, h. 1 Garden ct. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 25 John 

" Mary, widow of James, h. 98^ Merrimack 

" Matthew, shoemaker, h. 25 John 

" Thomas, shoemaker, bds. 35 Washington ave. 
Hannaford Charles O. coachman, h. 13 Dudley 
Hannifan John, teamster, h. 53 Harrison 

" Michael, hatter, b. 53 Harrison 
Hannigan Patrick, wool sorter, h. Groveland rd. n. line, Br. 
Hanrahan Julia, h. 7 Lewis 

u Mary, widow of William, h. 1 New 

" Patrick, h. 26 Arch ave. 

" Timothy, shoe buffer, bds. 26 Arch ave. 
HANSCOM BROS (Moses W., J. Albert and Homer 
Warren Hanscom) hardware and builders' supplies, 
28 and 30 Main. See page 809 

" Frank W. (S. E. Cass & Co. ) bicycles, 6 River 

" George H. carpenter, h. 15 Glines 

" George O. sole cutter, house, 7 Water 

" Homer Warren (Hanscom Bros.) 30 Main, h. 156 do. 

" J. Albert (Hanscom Bros.) hardware, etc. 28 and 30 
Main, bds. Eagle House 

" Lucy C. widow of Charles, housekeeper, 621 Wash. 

" Moses W. (Hanscom Bros.) hardware, etc. 28 and 30 
Main, house 11 Arlington 
HANSCOM WILLIS H. counters, soles, taps, etc. 

r. 98 Washingt n, h. 28 Fifth ave. See page 810 
Hanshaw Nettie, dressmaker, 5 Warren, b. do. 
Hanson Charles J. student, bds. 40 Sheridan 

11 Clarence, shoemaker, h. 4. Worthen pi. 

" Elizabeth A. widow of Noah, h. 79 Groveland 

" George F. (G. W. Hanson &Son) h. 69 Kenoza ave. 

" Gilman L. farmer, h. 446 Groveland 

" Grace L. bookkeeper, 73 Washington, b. 107 Winter 

" G. W. & Son (George F. Hanson) paper hangers and 
painters, 8 Fleet 

" Henry, mason, b. 40 Sheridan 

" Isaac, h. 32 Dudley 




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Hanson Isaac W. h. 1 Tenth ave. 

" John A. paper hanger, h. 162 Merrimack 

" John F. box moker, h. 10 Victoria ct. 

" Lottie, stitcher, h. 60 White 

" Mary L. Mrs. h. 27 Charles 

" Nella McN. (McNeal & Hanson) dressmaker, 188 
Merrimack, h. 69 Kenoza ave. 

" Nellie M. Mrs. h. 50 Greenville 

" Peter, h. 5 Worthen pi. 

" Rufus H. farmer, h. 391 Main 

" Stephen W. mason, 40 Sheridan, h. do. 

" Thomas W. bds. 40 Sheridan [son 

Hapgood Ernest W. driver Protective No. 1, h. 38 Jack- 

" Levi, shoe heeler, h. 38 Jackson 
Harbedian John, shoemaker, h. 34 High 
Hardiman John, bricklayer, h. r. 6 Rose 

" ■, b. 1 Cherry 

Harden Edward S. shoemaker, b. 1 1 Ford 

" Henry C. shoemaker, h. 11 Ford 
HARDING ALBERT G. insurance and real estate, 
9 Merrimack, h. 34 Pecker. See page 16 

" Alice E. Mrs. teacher painting, 34 Pecker, h. do. 
Hardwick Orlando C. shoe skiver, h. 13 Marion 

" S. Jennie Mrs. clerk, 54 Merrimack, h. 19 Newcomb 
Hardy Allen, salesman, h. 7 Belmont ave. 

" Ariairna, milliner, 130 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 

" Bros. (Frank W. and George O.) heel contractors, 
Duncan, cor. Winter 

" Charles H. foreman, 83 Wash. b. at Groveland 

" Charles W. shoemaker; b. 143 E. Broadway 

" Clarborne T. pool, 30 Merrimack* h. at Boston 

" Ellen M. Mrs. fancy goods, 7 Belmont ave. h. do. 

" Etta, cashier, 76 Merrimack, b. at Groveland 

" Frank W. (Hardy Bros.) h. 24 Nichols [pk. 

" George E. salesman, 68 Merrimack, h. 29 Columbia 

" George E. teamster, City farm, b. do. 

" George H. shoe cutter, h. 156 N. Broadway 

" George O. (Hardy Bros.) h. 18 Nichols 

" George W. house 89 Locke 

" Gertrude, clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 

" Harry W. W. shoemaker, h. 10 Kenoza 

" Jennie S. Mrs. dressmaker, 62 Auburn, h. do. 

" Lizzie E. widow, h. 190 Boardman 

" Mansel C. edge trimmer, h. 62 Auburn 

" Ralph, lineman, b. 119 Emerson 



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Hardy Sarah, widow of Joseph C. h. 19 Arlington 

" William H. shoe buffer, h. 143 E. Broadway 

" William S. musician, b. 7 Belmont ave. 

" Winslow, shoe cutter, h. 17 Eighth ave. 
Harlow Charles, b. 10 Walnut 

" Elizabeth A. widow of Jasper M. h. 85 Kenoza ave. 

" Ellsworth M. shoemaker, d. Corliss hill rd. 

" George H. clerk, 159 Winter, h. 12 Dudley 

" Harry M. S. student, b. 85 Kenoza ave. 

" Margaret Mrs. h. 10 Walnut 

" Maud A. teacher, J. C. Tilton school, b. 85 Kenoza ave. 

" Nellie E. teacher, T. E. Burnham school, b. 85 Kenoza 
ave. 

" T. Carlton, painter, h. 3 Monument sq. 
Harmon Charles, box maker, h. 368 Salem Br. 

" Josiah L. steward, 19 Main, Br. h. do. 

" Lillian *M. milliner, b. 21 Vestry 

" L. Mary Mrs. h. 21 Vestry 

(i Margaret, widow of George O. h. 3 Park 
Harnden Harry F. farm hand, b. 361 Lowell ave. 

" Otis, farmer, h. 361 Lowell ave. 
Harney Mary, widow of Michael, h. 10 New 
Harpoot Tobacco Co. 70 Essex 
Harrigan Bertam, driver, 132 Essex, h. 16 Ferry, Br. 

" Catherine, widow, h. 49 Fifth ave. [Harrison 

" Daniel J. leather measurer, Lennox & Briggs, h. 34 

" David J. shoe cutter, b. 9 Warren, Br. 

" Dennis, laborer, h. Hale, c. Burke 

" Ellen, widow ot Thomas, b. 56 Harrison 

" Elizabeth C. teacher, Wingate school, b. 34 Harrison 

" John D. shoemaker, h. 1 Norfolk 

" Mary, widow of John, h. 9 Warren, Br. 

" Mary A. Mrs. h. 23 Kenoza ave. 

" Patrick T. shoe cutter, b. Hale, c. Burke 
Harriman Clarence W. farm hand, b. 55 Sixth ave. 

" Elmer E. heel cutter, b. W. S. Harriman's, W. H. 

" Everett M. tel. inspector, b. 10 Fountain [Georgetown 

" Fred H. bookkeeper, First National Bank, h. at 

" Hattie Mrs. b. 5 Colby, Br. 

" Herbert E. salesman, 31 Granite, h. 212 Main 

" Ira F. shoemaker, h. 10 Fountain [Dustin sq. 

" Jesse H. bookkeepper, People's Ice Co. h. 514 Main 
HARRIMAN LOUIS H. patent attorney, 163 
Merrimack, and 23 Court Boston, h. 58 Highland 
ave. See back cover 

SSal- H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

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Harriman Mary A. widow of Charles H. h. 141 North ave. 

" Rebecca C. widow of Charles, h. 20 Pentucket 

" Thomas P. b. 20 Pentucket 

" Warren A. h. 141 North ave. 

" William S. farmer, h. Neck rd. n. Ferry rd. W. H. 

" Harrington Catherine, widow of Daniel, h. 85 Franklin 

" Daniel, shoemaker, b. 85 Franklin 

" Hannah, dressmaker, 85 Franklin, b. do. 

" John, hatter, h. 23 Harrison 

" Joseph, h. 15 Maple 

" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 7 Harrison 

" Michael, motorman, b. 85 Franklin [Franklin 

" Patrick, foreman packing, Oilman Hat Co. b. 85 
Harris Albert J. h. 3 Railroad, Br. 

" Annie M. widow of William, h. 52 Moore 

" Arthur, laborer, h. 6 Sargent ct. 

" Disa, clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 466 E. Broadway 

" Edwin R. student, b. 74 Portland 

" Ellison J., McKay stitcher, h. end Claremont ave. 

" Ellison J. Jr. shoemaker, h. 29 Vestry 

" Emma Mrs. dressmaker, 72 Merrimack, h. do. 

" E. Myrtle, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 74 Portland 

" Fairfield, McKay stitcher, h. 164 Main 

" George H. laundryman, i^Q Essex, h. 83 Locke 

" Hayden B. music teacher, 27 Summer, h. 466 E. Bd'way 

" Henry L. shoe mnfr. 23 R. R. sq. h. 7 Macon ave. 

" James A. laborer, h. 3 Railroad, Br. 

" James T. city editor, Sunday Record, 4 Main, h. 1 
Carleton sq. Br. 

" James William, carpenter, 13 Sixth ave. h. do. 

" James W. police, h. 74 Portland 

" Joseph E. farm hand, h. Broadway, bey. Lake 

," Joseph K. watchman, h. 466 E. Bioadway 

" Joseph K. Jr. bookkeeper, 35 Wash. b. 466 E. B'way 

" Minnie R. and Winifred, hat trimmers, h. 224 River 

" Walter, lineman, b. 119 Emerson 

" William H. watchmaker, 194 Merrimack, h. do. 
Harrison John, shoe cutter, rms. 1 1 How [Chestnut 

" John M. Christian Scientist, 50 Merrimack, h. 114 

" William H. shoemaker, b. 377 Main 
Hart Ellen, widow of Michael, h. 51 Franklin 

" Emma F. teacher, Portland st. school, rms. 18 Arlington 

" George A. farmer, h. 485 Salem, Br. 

" Harry P. clerk, 214 Merrimack, b. 3 Jackson 

" J. William, heel shaver, rms. 10 Fssex 



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Hart Mabel I. teacher of Latin, Branford Academy, Br. 
b. do. 

" Mary S. box maker, rms. 20 Water 

" Michael J. trimming cutter, b. 51 Franklin 

" Patrick, shoemaker, h. 136^ Main 

" William C. h. Boston rd. cor. Willow av. Br. 

" William L. (W. L. Hart & Co.) h. 3 Jackson 

" W. L. & Co. (Wm. L. Hart) butter, 214 Merrimack 
Hartford David B. shoe cutter, b. Jasper, n. Main 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 36 Temple 
Hartley Wilfred, shoemaker, h. 11 Beacon 
Hartman Charles, shoemaker, h. Broadway, n. Lake 

" David, mngr. 142 Wash, and 118 Phoenix row, h. 3 
Park ave. 

" George H. cloth dresser, h. 10 Hillside pi. 

" Hannah Mrs. clothing, 142 Wash, and heel mnfr. 118 
Phoenix row, h. 3 Park ave. 
Hartnett James F. shoemaker, h. 1 Rose ave. 
Hartrey Thomas H. buffer, h. 45 Hancock 
Hartshorn Bradley P. shoemaker, b. 18 Emerson 
Hartwell Helen A. b. 3 Forest ave. [mer 

" William E. vocal teacher, 208 Merrimack, h. 16 Sum- 

" William E. Jr. student, b. 16 Summer 
Harvey Annie B. Mrs. bookkeeper, 175 Wash. h. 47 Grove 

" Charles W. shoemaker, h. 78 How 

" Charlotte E. h. 56 Pecker 

" Edward E. hairdresser, 177 Washington, b. 47 Grove 

" Ernest, shoemaker, h. 3 Observatory ave. 

" Fanny, nurse, h. 20 Auburn 
HARVEY GLASS CO. (James B. Harvey, mngr.) 
plate glass doors, etc. 11 Wingate. See page 819 

" Harland E. clerk, b. 3 Observatory ave. 

" Helena, b: 37 Arlington 

" James B. manager, 11 W r ingate, h. 20 John Ward av. 

" McLeod Rev. pastor, Presbyterian church, h. 38 Lindel 

" Sarah E. b. 35 Arlington 

" William E. clerk, 8 Emerson, h. 94 do. 
Haseltine Alonzo C. shoemaker, b. John C. Haseltine's 

" Amos, farmer, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Bertha, h. 444 Main 

" Charles, farmer, h. Ferry rd. cor. Riverview, W. H. 

" Charles H. asst. postmaster, b. 37 Green 

" Clara Mrs. clerk, 28 Merrimack, rms. 10 Byron, Br. 

" Edward H. carpenter, h. 44 Emerson 

" Edwin M. farmer, h. Broadway, A. V. 

IBlM S. COLE, F JSffd ii^iil!^ 

Residence, 4 KimDall Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

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Haseltine Ernest S. wood heel trimmer, h. 12 Greenville 

" Frank A. machinist, b. 10 Beacon 

" George W. farmer, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale 

" Helen M. b. 37 Green 

" Ira G. h. 222 Lawrence 

" James N. sole cutter, 22 Wash. h. 444 Main 

" John, teamster, b. 813 Main 

" John C. edge setter, h. Newton rd. bey. Gile 

" John M. h. 1 Haseltine ct. 

" Kate C. Mrs. dressmaker, 65 Vestry, h. do. 

" Mary, widow of Charles L. b. 8 New Hampshire av. Br. 

" Nelson, farmer, h. 665 Washington 

" Phineas W. mngr. r. 262 Winter, h. 10 Beacon 

" see Hazeltine and Heselton 
Haselton Charles R. (C. W. Haselton & Cc.) h. at Methuen 

" C. W. & Co. (Charles R. and Guy F. Haselton and 
Wm. E. Fellows) leather remnants, 45 Wingate 

" Georgianna, widow of Charles W. h. 52 Pecker 

" Guy F. (C. W. Haselton & Co.) h. 52 Pecker 
Haskell Abbie F. h. 113 Portland 

" Annie S. h. 113 Portland 

" Charles F. shoemaker, h. 35 Merrimac, Br. 

" George W. (Haskell & Roberts) h. 238 Main 

" Jacob G. J. carpenter, h. 31 Sheridan [River 

" Millard F. detective, 11 Wash, and at Boston, h. 453 

" Sarah E. h. 113 Portland 

" & Roberts (George W. Haskell and Elmer E. Roberts) 
groceries, etc. Main, cor. Eleventh ave. 
Hastie Mary E. Mrs. h. 222 Washington 

" Rosie, stitcher, rms. 25 How 
Hastings Fred J. shoe cutter, h. 10 Byron, Br. 

" Rollin B. driver, B. F. Leighton & Co. h. 157 Main 

" Ruth D. widow, h. Liberty, bey. Crystal 
Hasty Augustus, farmer, h. 113 Broadway 

" Frank A. shoe cutter, b. 113 Broadway 
Hatch Adah E. (A. E. Hatch & Co.) h. 55 White 

" Alfred E. shoemaker, h. 309 Groveland 

" E. A. & Co. (Adah E. Hatch) millinery, 3 58 Merrimack 

" Catherine P. widow of Nathaniel, h. 169 Main, Br. 

" Charles B. shoemaker, b. 362 Groveland 

" Edward F. cut soles, 44 Washington, h. 169 Main, Br. 

" Ernest J. shoemaker, h. 79 Groveland 

" Ernest N. pattern maker, b. 55 White 

" Frank R., Goodyear operator, h. 14 Haseltine, Br. 



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Hatch George L. baggage master, Bradford station, h. 14 
Blossom, Br. 
" Katherine A", b. 169 Main, Br. 

" Lucy B. widow of Elijah P. h. 55 White [Br. 

" Mary F. prin. asst. Geo. Cogswell school, b. 169 Main, 
11 Mary J. widow of Alfred B. h. 362 Groveland 
Hatch's Newton N. H. Express, 31 Merrimack 
Hatfield Percy, asst. engineer, 161 Water, h. 29 Lindel 
Hatherman Thomas, shoemaker, rms. 11 How 
Haughey Bernard F. bakery, 29 Harrison, h. do. 

" Edward F. clerk, 29 Harrison, b. do. 
Havener Harry, jeweler, 198 Merrimack, h. 23 Brockton av. 
Haverhill Beef & Provision Co. 177 Essex 

" Board of Trade, 73 Merrimack 
HAVERHILL BOX CO. (J. Harry Tapley. and 
W T m. H. Jowett) wooden boxes and shooks, end 
Hale. See page 810 
" Brass Band and City Orchestra, 120 Merrimack 
HAVERHILL BUSINESS COLLEGE, W. P. 
Mcintosh, prop. 72 Merrinack. See foot lines 
" Camera Club, 91 Merrimack, rms. 44 and 45 
" Charcoal Co. (Edgar A. Locklin and Howard N. Pres- J 
ton) Stevens, r. Stevens mill 
HAVERHILL COLLECTION CO. C. H. Good * 
win, mngr. 21 Main. See front cover J§| 

" Concert Band, C. L. Higgins, leader, 154 Merrimack ■■■ 
HAVERHILL CO-OPERATIVE BANK 3E 
Wm. H. Page, sec. and treas. 117 Merrimack, a 
See page 8 [ington ^^ 

" Counter Co., A. B. Summer, mngr. 56 and 58 Wash- ^^ 
" Cycle Club, 103 Merrimack, rm. 35 

" Dairy Depot, butter mnfrs. 41 J Locust r 

" Day Nursery, 64 Pecker C HI 

" Die Co. (John W. Chapman) cutting dies, 146 Wash, g "J 

" Distilled Water Co. 100 Washington m m 

" Drug & Chemical Co. 197 Merrimack * Z! 

" Electric Co. works 161 Water, office 156 Merrimack > Z 

" Emergency Hospital, 17 Beacon 50 Fl 

" Fire Appliance Co. fire extinguishers, Island Park, Br. — _i 

HAVERHILL GAS LIGHT CO. Eben H. Gay, 2 m 

treas. office i 06 Merrimack, works 270 Winter. J ^ 

See page 807 Pi C 

HAVERHILL GAZETTE, Haverhill Gazette Co. J* ^ 

publishers, 100 and 102 Merrimack [Merrimack > pj 

" Gazette Co. job printers and publishers, 100 and 102 pj C? 



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HAVERHILL GRANITE & MARBLE 

WORKS, Sullivan & Ela, props. 66 Winter. 

See page 74 
" Heel Turning Co., Chas. K. Fox, prop. 63 Fleet 
" House Heating Co. (George G. Miller and Perry E. 

Elliott) steam, hot water and gas fitting, 97 Wash. 
HAVERHILL HOUSE PAINTING CO. 2 

West. See page 19 
HAVERHILL ICE CO. Amos A. Sargent, pres. ; 

Chas. F. Smith, treas. ; orifice 7 Emerson. See 

page 20 
" Last Co. 89 Essex 

" Laundry (McLaughlin Sisters) 55 Main 
" Lining & Stay Co. (P. B. Flanders) 80 Wash. 
'• Loan Co. 30 Washington sq. 
HAVERHILL MACHINE WORKS, Fred L. 

Anderson and John J. Goodrich, props. 66 Phoenix 

row. See page 815 [mack 

Haverhill Mailing Co. (John B. Corliss, mngr.) 60 Merri- 

" Milling Co., V. M. Bourneuf, mngr. grain, hay, flour 

and coal, 184 to 190 Essex and 14 Emerson 
HAVERHILL NATIONAL BANK (THE) 

John E. Gale, pres. ; Benj. I. Page, cashier; 117 

Merrimack. See page 9 
" Newburyport & Boston Steamship Co. r. 166 Merrimack 
" Paste Co. (J. G. Hudson) paste mnfrs. 48 Phoenix row 
" Pattern Co., Arthur S. Bailey, prop, shoe patterns, 62 

Washington [mack 

" Picture Framing Co., T. Rosengard, prop. 171 Merri- 
" Public Library, Summer, c. Stage ; branches, 1 16 Main, 

Br. ; 70 Wash. A. V. ; R. V. ; and Wingate school 
" Safe Deposit & Trust Co. 163 Merrimack 
HAVERHILL SAVINGS BANK, Raymond 

Noyes, treas. 153 Merrimack. See page 6 
" Sign Co., West & Barry, props. 11 Merrimack 
11 Storage Warehouse, office 47 Merrimack 
" Tack Co. 2 to 6 Phoenix row 
" Tallow Co., H. W. Heath, mngr. r. 262 Winter 
" Trading Stamp Co. 170 Merrimack 
" Wall Paper Co., Cobban Bros, props, wall papers, 160 

Merrimack 
" Water Works, D. H. Gilderson, supt. office, 14 Court 
" Yacht club, 199 Water 
" & Bradford Ferry Co. r. 22 Washington sq. 
" & Southern New Hampshire St. Ry. office 3 Water 



HAVERHILL 217 DIRECTORY 



Hawkes George A. shoe mnfr. 50 Phoenix row, h. 100 

Main 
Hawkins M. A. Mrs. dressmaker, 12 Park, h. do. 

» William H. captain ladder No. 1, 131 Water, h. 12 Park 
Hawley Frank W. car conductor, h. 4 Tenth ave. 
Hawthorn Emma, widow of Charles, b. 19 N. H. ave. Br. 
Hayden E. J. shoemaker, rms. 15 Temple 

" George A. machinist, 138 Merrimack, h. 26 Lindel 

" George J. painter, b. 40 North 

" John J. clerk, h. 91 Groveland 

" John J. pattern maker, h. 18 Minot ave. 

" Mary Mrs. h. 40 North 

" Priscilla Mrs. h. 5 Currier pi. [ave. 

" Samuel H. shoe pattern mnfr. 42 Wash. h. 8 Brockton 
Hayes Alice, vocal and piano teacher, 4 Webster, b. do. 

" Arthur W. (People's Employment Bureau) 174 Merri- 
mack, rms. 20 Portland 

" Austin C. leather worker, b. 10 Blossom, Br. 

" Benjamin W. (B. W. Hayes & Co.) h. 14 Summer 

" Hayes Bros. (Edward P. Hayes) tailors, r. 85 Merri- 
mack [road sq. 

" B. W. & Co. (Benj. W. Hayes) ticket agency, 1 Rail- 
HAYES CHARLES H. box mnfr. 30 to 36 Granite, 
livery stable, 25 Ashland, and (A. B. Blaisdell & Co) 
113 Merrimack, h. 1 Windsor. See page 810 

" Chester E. shoemaker, rms. 224 Kenoza ave. 

" Cornelius, shoemaker, rms. 27 Washington ave. 

" Daniel, shoemaker, rms. 27 Washington ave. 

" Edward P. (Hayes Bros.) b. 194 Lawrence 

" Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 113 Main 

" Ellen, widow of William, h. 36 Emerson 

" Emma C. widow, h. 7 Webster 

" Etta J. widow of Daniel F. h. 71 Summer 

" Fannie L. teacher, Currier school, h. 272 Washington 

" Frank J. shoe cutter, b. 20 Florence ave. 

" George, shoemaker, h. 47^ Main, Br. 

" George H. shoemaker, h. Gile, opp. schoolhouse 

" Jennie E. bookkeeper, 35 Railroad sq. b. 35 Baltimore 

" Jeremiah J. salesman, 357 River, h. 51 Prospect, Br. 

" John, railroad section hand, h. 5 Vernon, Br. 

" John, tax collector, h. 90 Primrose 

" John, teamster, 85 Water 

" John A. lather,' b. 16 Green 

11 John W. soles, 35 Railroad sq. h. 35 Baltimore 

" Julia, widow of Jeremiah, b. 51 Prospect 




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Hayes Julia M. widow of Cornelius, h. 10 Blossom, Br. 

" J. Chesley, shoe cutter, h. 7 Belmont ave. 

" Mary Mrs. h. 20 Florence ave. 

" Michael A. h. 6 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Minnie B. milliner, h. 5 White 

" Minnie F. clerk, 24 Duncan, b. 51 Prospect, Br. 

" Patrick J. laborer, h. 47 Charles 

" Ralph L. farm hand, b. George H. Hayes', Gile 

" Robert W. farmer, h. 120 Kenoza 

" Sarah Mrs. h. 5 White 

" Sarah W. widow of Joseph P. h. 4 Webster 

" William, farm hand, b. 120 Kenoza 

" William C. clerk, 30 Granite, b. 1 Windsor 

" William F. heel finisher, h. 30 Prospect, Br. 
Hay ford Harriet A. dressmaker, 126 Portland, b. do. 
Hayman Charles P. shoe cutter, b. 2 Proctor 

" Nehemiah H. shoemaker, h. 2 Proctor 
Haynes Albert S. clerk, 51 Merrimack, rms. 30 Howard 

" Alice N. teacher, T. E. Burnham school, b. 273 
Lowell ave. 

" Amasa T. salesman, h. 30 Howard 

" Annie, widow of Arthur, h. Liberty, bey. Crystal 

" Clara, hat trimmer, h. 31 Bartlett 

'* Fred A. lawyer, b. 331 Lowell ave. 

" George A. farmer and milk, 331 Lowell ave. h. do. 

" George W. milk, 164 Broadway, h. do. 

" Guy M. milkman, 262 Lowell ave. h. do. 

" Jackson, milk, 273 Lowell ave. h. do. 

" John, engineer, rms. 5 Washington sq. 

" John E. h. Gile, opp. schoolhouse 

" Maria N. widow of Thomas G. h. 14 Mill 

" Phineas, h. 33 Broadway 

" Roscoe, watchman, rms. 5 Washington sq. 

" Thomas A. farm hand, b. Mrs. Annie Haynes 
Hayward Charles W. station agent, Ward Hill, h. Boston 
rd. n. Andover line, Br. 

" Ellen M. Mrs. farewoman, 270 River, h. 274 Wash. 

" Walter, watchman, City farm, Brown, b. do. 
Hazeltine Albert F. shoe cutter, h. 33 Washington ave. 

" see Haseltine and Haselton 
Hazelton Augusta C. widow, b. 7 Marion 
Hazen Charles E. stereotyper, Gazette, h. 14 Pleasant, Br. 

11 Frank Mrs. h. 137 Main 

" Josiah O. h. 1 Central [Main, n. N. H. line 

Hazlewood Theodore T. spgcial agt. at N. Y. city, h. N. 



HAVERHILL 219 DIRECTORY 



Head Addison, h. 2 Lawrence 

" Charles A. freight clerk, h. 35 High [ave. W. H. 

" Emeline, widow of Samuel, h. Boston rd. n. Oxford 
Heafey John, ins. agt. b. 203 River 

" William, special police, h. 203 River 
Heap Hattie Mrs. h. 34 Winter 
Heath Arthur P. (Morse & Heath) 2 Bridge, h. 87 Fountain 

" Charles F. carriage washer, 10 Stage, h. 10 Plummer 

" Charles H. shoe mnfr. 23 R. R. sq. h. 7 Macon ave. 

" Fred B. shipper, 17 Locust, b. 7 Macon ave. 

" F. Elvin, sole sorter, h. 22 Moore 

" George W. shoemaker, b. 188 Water 

" Harry H. shoemaker, h. 49 Franklin 

" Hazen W. Jr. trimmer, 161 Water, b. 48 Pecker 

" Henry W. shoe cutter, h. 9 Baltimore [Brookline 

" H. W. gen. mngr. Hav. Tallow Co. r. 262 Winter, h. at 

" Martha L. widow of Henry H. laundress, h. 16 Ken- 
oza ave. 

" Sarah R. h. 22 Moore 

" Sarah W. widow of Lewis, h. 37 Cedar 

" Waldo, shoemaker, h. 5 Beacon 

" William D. h. 22 Moore 

" William H. shoe cutter, h. 16 Kenoza ave. 
Heckman David, clerk, 6 Essex, h. 52 Pleasant, Br. 

" Jacob A. shoe fitter, h. Hyatt ave. Br. 
Heffern P. W. Dr. resident physician, Haverhill Emergency 

Hospital, 17 Beacon, h do. 
Heffernan Catherine, widow of Maurice, h. 220 Winter 

" Eugene, bricklayer, h. 1 2 Norfolk 

" John, hairdresser, 198 Winter, b. 12 Norfolk 

" Maurice, operator, h. 51 Bellevue ave. 

" Patrick, shoemaker, h. 24 Grove 
Helem Joseph, sole sorter, rms. 229 Winter 
Helman Nathan, laborer, h. 93 River 
Henckler Otto, tailor, 82 Merrimack, h. 148 Water 
Henderson Alexander L. skiver, b. Mrs. M. Henderson's, 
W. H. 

" Frank W. car repairer, h. Seventeenth ave. 

" James E. shoemaker, h. Boston rd. n. Andover line, Br. 

" Margaret, widow of James, h. Ferry road, cor. Cross 
road, W. H. 

" Mary J. widow of Hiram W. h. 100 Main 

" Stephen A. farm hand, h. 19 Hilldale ave. 

" Thomas C. farmer, h. Kingsbury ave. Br. [White 

Hennessey Daniel, receiver, H. & S. N. St. Ry. rms. 33 



BEST QUALITY OF 



ooX£' ., H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



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Hennessey Elizabeth J. Mrs. h. 79 Hilldale ave. 

" Thomas H. mill hand, h. 2 Kimball 
Henry Nora, widow of George, h. Forest, n. River 
Heon David, shoemaker, 5 Wingate, h. 26 Oak terrace 
Herbert Arthur, machinist, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" Catherine, widow, b. 10 Thorndike 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 276 Washington 

" Delia Mrs. h. 156 Winter 

" Henry, beater out, h. 173 Water 

" Lena Mrs. lodging house, 23 Washington ave. 

" Victor, clerk, 94 Merrimack, b. 156 Winter 

" William, coachman, h. 6 Central, Br. 

" William Mrs. bakery, 65 Main, Br. h. 6 Central, do. 

*•' see Hubbard 
Hebrew school, 161 River 
Herlihy John, shoemaker, h. 28 Oak terrace 
Hermance George I. rms. 5 Washington 
Heme Deloss, shoe packer, b. 12 Bartlett 

" Mary M. Mrs. h. 12 Bartlett 
Heroux Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 95 Lafayette sq. 
Herrick Charles F. shoemaker, h. L cor. I, VV. H. 

" Charles T. (R. G. Allen & Co.) r. 100 Wash. h. 16 Kent 

" Martha E. stenographer, 212 Merrimack, b. 16 Kent 

" Mattie, widow of C. Corey, h. Boston rd. cor. Oxford 
road, W. H. 
Herring Charles M. shoe sorter, h. 133 Portland 

" Edward A. shoe cutter, h. 7 Kenoza ave. 
Hersey Arthur S. sole leather cutter, h. 13 Vine 

" Frank A. carpenter, 61 Central, Br. h. do. 

" Fred J. box maker, h. Maynard ave. Br. 

" Jacob, Mrs. h. 12 Kimball, Br. 

" John H. h. 42 Lincoln, Br. 

" Mary D. widow of Caleb W. h. 74 Main 

" Mary S. house 74 Main 
Hersum Charles S. foreman, 63 Fleet, h. 23 Woods ave. 
Heseltine Adelaide E. widow, b. O. Gay's, N. Broadway 
Heselton Edward D. inspector of wires, 42 Fleet, h. 100 
Lake View ave. 

" E. D. Mrs. milliner, h. 100 Lake View ave. 
Hess Henry C. (Hess & Co.) b. 33 Essex, h. do. 

" J. George (Hess & Co.) h. Ill Cedar 

" & Co. (J. George and Henry C. Hess) props. Hotel 
Essex, 33 Essex 
Hetherington Irene, stitcher, rms. 61 Emerson 
Hetu Henry, shoe cutter, h. 396 Washington 



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Hewes George W. h. 209 Main, Br. 
Hewey B. Nelson-, track cleaner, h. 105 Main 
Hewins William E. shoe finisher, rms. 195 Washington 
Hewitt Addie J. widow of H. Berton, h. 6 Pecker st. ct. 
" Parker W. cutter, h. 42 Pleasant, Br. 
" Robert E. (R. E. Hewett & Co.) 98 River, rms. 26 

Washington ave. 
" R. E. & Co (Robert E. Hewitt and Eugene E. Emer- 
son) liquors, 98 River [rd. Br. 
Hibbert James H. wool sorter, h. Salem, bey. Groveland 
Hibbs George L. shoe worker, h. 24 Portland 
Hickey Daniel, laborer, h. r. 42 Bellevue ave. 
" James M. liquors, 167 Merrimack, h. 80 Emerson 
" John A. fireman, r. City Hall, h. 19 Kimball, Br. 
" John F. shoe cutter, b. 25 Lewis 
" Lawrence, driver, 88 Washington, h. 42 Bellevue ave. 
" Michael, laborer, h. 58 Fifth ave. 
" Michael J. soles, etc. 72 Wingate, h. 25 Dudley 
" Peter, city laborer, h. 61 Fifth ave. 
Hicks Annie S. widow of George W. h. 53 Pilling 
" Charles L. stock fitter, h. Hilldale ave. c. Bennington 
" Esther B. widow of William W. h. 3 Charles 
" Frank W. stock fitter, h. Hilldale ave. c. Bennington 
" George S. foreman, 260 River, h. 26 Sheriden 
" Hannah, widow of Peter, Hilldale ave. c. Bennington 
" John M. shoe packer, b. 3 Charles 
" Joseph W. b. 26 Sheridan 
" Mary Mrs. h. 28 Auburn 

" Philip S. baker, 51 Merrimack, h. 26 Sheridan 
" Samuel L. shoemaker, h. 825 E. Broadway, R. V. 
" Walter, L. Goodyear oper. h. 484 Water 
Higgins Albert H. engineer, Ira J. Webster, Vila, h. r. do. 
" Charles L. musician, h. 154 Merrimack 
" Daniel, asst. supt. 3 Washington sq. h. 131 Franklin 
" Ellen F. Mrs. millinery, 154 Merrimack, h. do. 
" Frank L. clerk, 358e Washington, h. 1 Prospect 
" James S. grocer, 352 Washington, h. 1 Prospect 
" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 3 Dexter 
" Mary A. widow of Howard P. h. 24 Webster 
" Michael, R. R. section foreman, h. Crawford 
" William P. shoemaker, h. 8 Eighth ave. 
Highe Edward, sole cutter, b. P. Highe's 
" John T. clerk, 137 Merrimack, h. 90 Primrose 
" Patrick, city laborer, h. Hilldale ave. bey. Acorn 
Hight Charles L. shoe cutter, rms. 19 Gilbert ave. 



NfMAN 8 RIP CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

J1UlllUfl.ll U. UUJuli, MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Oil Sasbes anl Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People** Tel., 36-4. 



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Hildreth H. N. Mrs. h. 2 Prospect 

" John E. laster, rras. 4 Pecker 
Hill Abigail, widow of Charles H. h. 164 Winter 

" Andrew J. real estate, 53 Water, rms. do. 

" Arthur C. foreman, 356 River, b. 5 Chick ave. 

" Charles A. harness maker, h. 19 Ringgold 

" Charles J. farmer, h. 490 Kenoza 

" Daniel R. carpenter, h. 18 North 

" David B. h. 43 Locke, Br. 

" Edward, shoecutter, rms. 174 Merrimack 

" Etta B. widow of Wm. O. h. 5 Chick ave. 

" Fernando W. shoe packer, h. 52 Howard 

" Florence S. clerk, city treas. office, h. 12 Arlington 

" George H. florist, 20 Winter, h. 34 Auburn 

" George S. inventor, h. 17 Blossom, Br. 

" Harry C. police, h. 9 Eleventh ave. 

'• Harry O. shoe cutter, b. 5 Chick ave. 

" Hattie, widow of James L. boarding house, 20 Vine 

" Isaac S. shoe finisher, h. 6 Front, Br. 

" James W. music teacher, rms. 14 Arlington 

" John M. salesman, h. 86 Arlington 

" John M. shoemaker, rms. 164 Main 

" John T. shoes, 45 Merrimack, h. 12 Minot ave. 

" Mary A. h. 164 Winter 

" Mary A. widow of James B. h. 23 How 

" Rupert G. expressman, h. 4 Pond, Br. 

" Ruth M. widow of John B. h. 95 Main 

" Sarah, stenographer, 365 River 

" Sarah C. widow of Andrew J. h. 119 Emerson 

" Thomas R. heels, top lifts, etc. 30 to 40 Wingate, h. 
34 Orchard 

" William E. h. 6b Lincoln ave. 

" William E. Mrs. teacher elocution,65 Lincoln ave. h.do. 

" see Hills 
Hilliard Benjnmin A. h. 11 Davenport 

" Charles E. ins. agent, 121 Merrimack, h. 616 Main 

" Dudley B. machinist, b. 616 Main 

" Frank R. (Hilliard & Tabor), h. 5 Summit ave. 

" George W. shoemaker, h. 27 Myrtle 

" G. Prescott, h. 70 Prospect, Br. 

" J. Edgar, shoe packer, h. 18 Bartlett 

" William M. b. 616 Main [shoe mnfrs., r. 262 Winter 

" & Tabor (Frank R. Hilliard and Le Forest R. Tabor), 
Hills Aliston N. shoe cutter, h. 54 Lincoln ave. 

" Charles F. clothes cleaner, 16 Main, h. 4 Green 



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Hills Edward E. shoemaker, h. 123 N. Broadway 
" Everett E. salesman, 142 Essex, h. 1 Rockland 
" Frank N. shoe cutter, h. 155 Webster 
" George W. h. 36 Merrimack 
<•' John K. shoe dealer, h. 34 North 
" Luther, b. 4 Green 
" Olive E. Mrs. dressmaker, 34 North, h. do. 

Hillsgrove James, machine operator, h. 26 Arch. 

Hillson George, tailor, 144£ Washington, rms. 242 do. 
" Morris, shoemaker, h. 43 Ayer 

Hilton Carlos D. F. laster, h. 7 Arch ave. 
" Charles, shoemaker, h. 4 Apple 
" Charles M. engineer, bds. 11 Summer, Br. 
" William, h. 11 Summer, Br. 

Hiltz Fred, shoe worker, rms. 20 Main 

Hinchey Michael, shoemaker, h. 138 High 

Hinchliffe Charles H. stock fitter, h. 38 North 
" Eva L. stenographer, 3 Water, h. at S. Groveland 

Hinckley William, b. 214 Lawrence 

Hinds Don S. motorman, rms. 487 Washington 
" Edward D. shoe cutter, b. 127 High 
" Edward M. shoemaker, h. 127 High 

Hines Carrie E. h. 240 Winter 
" Edward P. drug clerk, 117 Washington, b. 240 Winter J™ 
" Frederick H. clerk, b. 240 Winter gjjg 

" Lorenzo, shoemaker, h. 7 Bartlettave. *"■£ 

" Mary A. teacher, Currier school, h. 240 Winter 5gj| 

" Patrick, provisions, 246 Essex, h. 240 Winter *^™ 

" Robert E. telegrapher, 25 Washington sq. h. 25 Moore SfiE 
" William J. clerk, 246 Essex, h. 240 Winter 
Hinkson Dana D. freight handler, b. 136 Winter 
" Harry F. foreman, 57 Wingate, b. 5 Ford €3 

" Samuel H. clerk, 122 Merrimack, h. 18 Pecker 

Hirth John F. carpet cleaner, 60 Fleet, h. 17 Kingsbury 

ave. Br. jj» 

Hitchcock Charles L. shoe cutter, h. 17 High, Br. § 

" Clarence F. skiver, h. 11 High, Br. H > 

" Daniel, b. 17 High, Br. O ^ 

" Daniel A. foreman stitcher, 260 River, h. 15 High, Br. 2 JJ 
" Frederick W. wood heel maker, h. 6 Bradford ave., Br. ^ w 
" George B. shoemaker, b. 159 Golden Hill ave. » ce 

" Henry A. night watchman, h. 11 Front, Br. 5 P 

" Parker W. shoemaker, h. 37 Byron, Br. 5 r 

Hoag John L. hostler, 24 Essex, h. 15 Kenoza ave. ' > 

Hobbs Arthur M. mngr. 30 Main, Br. h. 15 Carleton ave. do. 



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Hobbs Arthur M.Mrs. clerk, 18 Merrimack, h. 15 Carle- 
ton ave. Br. 

" Frances M. widow of David, h. 30 Race 

" Henry H. car conductor, b. 21 Merrimack 

" John D. h. 21 Merrimack 

" John E. cementer, b. 21 Merrimack 
Hobson John H. shoe mnfr. rms. 94 Emerson 

" John L. trustee, 151 Merrimack, h. 8 Maple ave. 
Hoburn Bertha B. bookkeeper, 14 Fleet, h. 2 Pleasant 

" Ella C. widow of George L. h. 8 Marion 

" Eugene F. shoemaker, b. 22 Elm 

" John J. (Davis & Hoburn) h. 2 Pleasant 

" Mary Mrs. h. 22 Elm 
Hockman Harry E. physical director, 75 Main, h. 8 Vine 
Hodgdon Andrew J. prop. Boston Beef Co. 171 Washing- 
ton, and (Hodgdon & Carr), h. 14 Columbia Park 

" Augusta H. Mrs. Eagle Laundry, r. 106-114 Merri- 
mack, h. 26 Arlington 

vt Edward J. shoe cutter, h. 45 Kent 
" Ella E. and O. Addie, h 27 Fountain 

" Fred M. shoe mnfr. at Derry, N. H. h. 10 Mt. Vernon 

" John A. (Hussey & Hodgdon) shoe mnfr. 17 Sanders 
place, h. 252 Salem, Br. 

" Mary E. widow of James C. h. 207 Main 

" Mildred B. bookkeeper, h. 207 Main 

" Walter S- h. 27 Fountain 

" William E. teacher of dancing, 163 Merrimack, h. 4 
Observatory ave. 

" & Carr (Andrew J. Hodgdon and George E. Carr) 
groceries and provisions, 147 Merrimack 
Hodge Harriet E. widow of John, h. Concord 
Hodges Annie, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 15 Claremoot ave. 

« Edward T. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 267 Salem, Br. 

" Stephen T. shoe trimmer, h. 15 Claremont ave. 
Hodgkins Heman H. laster, b. 156 Merrimack 

" Rebecca, widow of Alexander S. h. 113 Main, Br. 
Hodgman Annie, Mrs. h. 5 John 

" Charles, stereotyper's helper, Gazette, b. 5 John 
Hodsdon Annie F. Mrs. folder, h. 176 Water [Grove 

" Harry W. (Ingraham & Hodsdon) 356c Wash. h. 45 

" J. Herman, letter carrier, h. 159 Webster 

" Mary J. widow of John, h. 8 Kenoza ave. 
Hoey Edmund S. sole sorter, b. 29 Arch 

" John H. shoemaker, h. 1 1 Observatory ave. 
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Hoffnagle William H. laundryman, rms. 139 Merrimack 
Hogan Bridget, widow of Thomas, h. 18 Chestnut, Br. 

11 Charles A. car conductor, b. 46 Blossom, Br. [Br. 

" Edward J. gateman, Wash. st. crossing, h. 46 Blossom, 

" Edward J. Jr. b. 59 Locke, Br. 
Hogg Everett A. b. 4 Central 

" William F. laster, h. 4 Central 
Holbrook B. Frank, h. 13 Walnut 

" Harry S. priv. sec. at B. b. 18 Walnut 

" Leroy A. stitcher, rms. 29 William 

" Lucinda Mrs. h. 66 Emerson 

" Waldo A, clerk, 56 Merrimack, b. 49 Main 

" Walter S. h. 71 How 
Holden Abbie J. widow of Daniel W. h. 16 Portland / 

" Frederick A. dentist, 20 Main, rms. do. 

11 George B. apothecary, 1 Wash. sq. and 2 Emerson, h. 
46 Highland ave. 

" George R. foreman, H. W. W. h. 44 Stage 

" Gurden, clerk, 93 Main, Br. b. 9 Brooks, do. 

'•' John C. shoemaker, h. 4 Central, Br. 

" John L. shoemaker, h. 9 Brooks, Br. 

" Thomas, clerk, 200 Merrimack, rms. 7 Pecker 

" Thomas, skiver, h. 360 Washington 

" William A., edge setter, h. 4 Hancock 

" William D. physician, 74 Emerson, b. 16 Portland 
Holder William P. hairdresser, 7 Merrimack, h. 9 Cogs- 
well ave. Br. 
Holland Frank C. beater out, h. North ave. bey. Gile 

" Frank E. mayor's clerk, City Hall, rms. 8 Park 

" George E. newsdealer, 7 Water, h. 140 do. 

" George R. shoemaker, b. 15 Observatory ave. 

" Lydia H. widow of Lucius W. h. 9 Baltimore 

" Rita. J. rms. 34 Grand 

" Willett, shoemaker, h. 5 Marion 

" William T. h. 101 Cedar 
Holloway John, shoe cutter, h. 21 Blaisdell 
Holman Irving A. shoe cutter, h. Countess, Nicholsville 
Holmes Arthur, last maker, rms. 9 Dustin [Haseltine, Br. 

" Arthur A. leather measurer, Lennox & Briggs, house 18 

" Elvesa J. widow of Calvin O. h. 32 Nichols 

" Frank H. heel scourer, h. 21 Merrimack [Br. 

" George N. (Butler & Holmes) 7 Wash. sq. h. 16 Spring, 

" John, shoemaker, h. 50 Washington ave. 

" John Mrs. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 37 Fernald ave. 

" John P. hostler, 19 Stage, h. 37 Fernald ave. 




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Holmes John S. shoemaker, h. 11 Green 
HOLMES MARK S. builders' iron work, r. 1 Water, 
h. 147 Main. See page 16 

" Mary A. Mrs. h. N. H. ave. Br. 

" Sally B. nurse, b. 1 6 Spring, Br. [Br. 

" Samuel K. sexton, First Church of Christ, h. 107 Main, 
Holroyd Abram, painter, r. 108 Merrimack, house Hyatt 
ave. Br. 

" Elizabeth, nurse, h. 2 Salem, Br. 

" Emily, teacher, b. Hyatt ave. Br. 

" Ethel, teacher, b. Hyatt ave. Br. 
Holstcad Alonzo, shoe cutter, b. 3 Monument sq. 
Holstein Louise, rms. 10 Vine 
Holt Cyrus, box maker, h. 4 Masonic ct. 

" Edward, foreman, rms. 16 How 

" Frank, shoemaker, rms. 128 Merrimack 

" Frederick L. electrician, B. b. 8 Lawrence 

" George F. shoemaker, h. 33 How 

" Henry, box maker, h. 28 Stage 

" Hiram N. foreman, Haverhill Box Co. h. at Plaistow 

" James M. clerk, b. 63 Race 

" LaRoy D. machine operator, h. 8 Lawrence 

" Lizzie F. Mrs. h. 210 Merrimack [Br. 

" Moses K. shoe mnfr. 19 Railroad sq. h. 14 N. H. ave. 
Holyer Ann M. Mrs. h. 150 Kenoza ave. 

" James, laborer, h. i50 Kenoza ave. 
Homans Abbie S. widow of Alphonso F. h. 2 Pleasant 

" Elbridge, h. 24 Eleventh ave. 

" J. William, printer, 91 Washington, b. 2 Pleasant 
Honnor Elizabeth, widow of William, h. 62 How 
Honor Frank W. carpenter, h. 27 Duncan 

" Robert E. painter, h. 22 Orchard 
Hood Ella J. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 56 Park 

" Frank W. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 20 Mechanic 

" Harriet N. widow of Samnel, h. 20 Mechanic 

" Irene B. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 9 Carleton ave. Br. 

" see Houde 
Hook John, shoemaker, b. 7 Orchard 

" Percy G. farmer, h. Hilldale ave. n. Vale 
Hookailo Samuel, shoemaker, h. 45 Pilling 
Hooke Frank E. engineer, b. 60 How 

" Fred V. stationer 188 Merrimack, h. 60 How 

" James W. heeler, h. 8 North 
Hooley Daniel, laborer, h. 11 Lancaster 
Hooper Arthur P. last maker, b. 19 Belmont ave. 



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Hooper Erminie B. Mrs. dressmaker, 60 Winter, rms. do- 

" Fred, painter, rms. 19 Orchard 

" John T. Rev. pastor, Third M. E. church, h. 346 Wash. 

" William H. laster. h. 19 Belmont ave. 
Hop Sing, laundry, 16 High, rms. do. 
Hopkins Helen A. h. 42 Cedar 

" Nat, shoemaker, h. 7 Merrimack 

" Oscar M. shoemaker, rms. 9 Cedar 
Hopkinson Arthur M., McKay operator, h. 199 E. Bdway 

" Bertha F. clerk, Ira J. Webster, b. 199 E. Broadway 

" Fred T. trav. salesman, h. 5 Kenoza ave. 

" Netrie E. h. 7 Henry 

" Samuel W. treas. Bradford Academy, h. 14 Church, Br. 
Horgan Cornelius (Daniel Taffe & Co.) 1 Lafayette sq. h. 

35 Oak terrace 
Home Albert M. shoemaker, h. Bateman, n. Lapierre 

" Alvader, shoemaker, b. L. E. Worthen's, Winona ave. 

" Charles A. hairdresser, b. 1 Worthen place 

" Charles D. machinist, 80 Water, h. 1 Worthen pi. 

" Charles H. foreman, 62 Wingate. h. 31 Fountain 

" Charles H. (Home & Stevens) h. 29 Dudley 

" Charles W. milkman, Salem, c. S. Cross rd. Br. h. do. 

" Clarence S. shoemaker, h. 2 Worthen pi. 

" C.Archie, teller, Second Nat. Bank, h. 81 Fountain 

" Edward H. machine operator, h. Lapierre, n. Bateman 

" Erastus, shoe cutter, rms. 3 Temple 

" Ernest W. clerk, 30 Washington sq. h. 41 High 

" E. PVank, janitor, 115 Merrimack, h. 68 How 

" Hattie E. teacher, Currier school, h. 2 Gilbert ave. 

" Herbert J. (H. J. Home Co.) 18 Columbia Park, h. do. 

" Horace M. machine operator, h. 30 Mt. Dustin ave. 

" Horace W T . steam fitter, h. Ferry rd. opp.Neck rd. W.H. 
" H. J. & Co. (Herbert J. Home) nurserymen, 18 Co- 
lumbia Park 

" Jethro, h. 29 Hancock 

" Madam E. widow of Samuel M. h. Rosemont 

" Reginald G. station agent, Rosemont, h. do. 

" & Stevens (Charles H. Home and Charles L. Stevens) 
soles and leather, 62 to 70 Wingate 
Horrigan Bartholomew, shoemaker, rms. 149 Franklin 

" Patrick, shoemaker, b. 149 Franklin 
Horsch John C. 'clerk, h. 84 Groveland 
Horton A. Florence, teacher, b. 42 Kenoza 

" Charles, heel cutter, b. 53 Sixth ave. 

" Edward M. shoemaker, b. 42 Kenoza 



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Horton Forrest, box. maker, b. 41 Meirimack, Br. 

" George W. wood worker, h. 41 Merrimack, Br. 

" Harry A. shoemaker, b. 42 Kenoza 

" John R. farmer, h. 42 Kenoza 

" J. Ross, student, b. 42 Kenoza 

" Robert, trimmer, h. Bradstreet ave. W. H. 

" William W. sausage maker, 132 Essex, h. 53 Sixth ave. 

Hoskins William E. motorman, h. Plaistow rd. n. Newton 

road [59 Main 

Hotel Bartlett (apartment) Mrs. Effie F. Bartlett, prop. 

" Cummings (apartment) 53 Main 

" Essex, Hess & Co. props. 33 Essex 

" Philadelphia, 35 Essex 

" Thorndike, E. Charlesworth, prop. 2 to 12 Wash. 
Houdush Leon, shoemaker, h. 44 Hall [Br. 

Hough Elizabeth Mrs. clerk, 28 Merrimack, rms. 10 Byron, 
Houde Alfred L. shoemaker, b. 453 River 
Houle Desire H. shoemaker, h. Altamont, n. Broadway 

" Romeo, b. D. H. Houle's, Altamont [ave. 

Houlihan John, gate tender, Essex st. crossing, h. 86 Sixth 
Hourihan Bridget, widow of John, h. 95 Locke 
Houston William, baker, 157 Washington, h. 163 do. 
Hovey Benjamin L. shoe cutter, h. 47 Baltimore 

" Carrie, widow of Fred C. b. 8 Lawrence 

" Clarence S. last maker, h. 78 Portland 

" Edward L. (J. H. Hovey & Son) h. 22 Columbia Park 

" Joseph H. (J. H. Hovey & Son) h. 38 Fountain 

" J. H. & Son (Joseph H. and Edward L. Hovey) last 
mnfrs. 50 Wingate 

" Lewis R. editor, 4 Main, h. 278 do. 
How Caroline T. h. 42 Arlingtou 

" Charles M. shoe mnfr. 55 Wingate, h. 42 Arlington 

" Elmer, rms. 23 How 

" George C. shoe mnfr. 23 Essex, h. 82 Main 

" Helen L. widow of James C. h. 8 Cedar 

" Martha C. widow of Phineas, h. 166 Winter 
HOW WrLLIAM E. books, newspaper, etc. 27 
Washington sq. b. 8 Cedar See p. 814 

" see Howe 
Howard Charles D. foreman, C. K. Fox, rms. 35 Byron, Br. 

" David, mason, h. 118 Franklin 

" Fred foreman, C. K. Fox, h. 37 Byron, Br. 

" George A. teamster, C. H. Cox, h. 7 Lincoln, Br. 

" John F. welsh rarebit mnfr. 21 Kingsbury ave. Br. h. do. 

" John T. b. 45 Bradford ave. Br. 



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Howard Mary, widow of John S. h. 11 Maple 

" May Mrs. h. 33 Hilldale ave. 

" Michael, teamster, 11 Maple, h. do. 

" Robert T. shoemaker, b. 118 Franklin 
Howarth Frederick W. overseer, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. 

h. 41 Hancock 
Howe Charles A. shoe cutter, h. Amesbury rd. Nicholsville 

" Charles H. steam fitter, h. 10 Ford 

" Clinton E. shoe cutter, h. 2 Jackson 

" David M. mason, h. 25 Temple 

" Edith M. cashier, 17 Locust, b. 17 Summer 

" Edward N. clerk, 86 Merrimack, b. 20 Newcomb 

" Edward P. h. 55 Auburn 

" Gurdon S. lawyer, 91 Merrimack, h. 55 Saltonstall rd. 

" Howard S. bookkeeper, Merchants Nat. Bank, b. 7 N. 
H. ave. Br. 

" Ina G. tel. oper. 14 How, b. 25 Davenport 

" James, nurse, h. 17 Summer 

" Margaret T. C. widow of William, h. 31 Ashland 

" Martha A. widow of George H. B. h. 217 Main, Br. 

" Mary H. clerk, 85 Washington, b. 17 Summer 

" Richard C. druggist, 50 White, h. 48 do. 

" Ruth, cashier, 24 Duncan, h. 20 Newcomb 

" Stephen W. foreman, 136 Wash. h. 7 N. H. ave. Br. 

" Warren, baggage master, Haverhill Bridge sta. Br. b. 
13 Vestry 

" William J. clerk, i\ O rms. 48 White 

" see How 
Howes Enoch H. (Howes Shoe Co.) h. 125 Arlington 

" Shoe Co. (Enoch H. Howes) shoe mnfrs. 73 Wash. 

" Stephen W. shoemaker, b. 7 Walnut 
Howland Emma A. clerk, 42 Merrimack, h. 298 Wash. 

" Gertrude C. clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 298 Washington 

" James, laster, h. 298 Washington 

" Lena, milliner, 67 Merrimack, b. 298 Washington 
Hoyt Abner B. last trimmer, b. 62 Groveland 

" Albert A. electrictian, 161 Water, h. 36 School 

" Albert W. beater out, h. 23 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Belle Mrs. b. 78 Cedar 

" Benjamin E., McKay operator, h. 30 Orchard 

" Beth E. telephone oper. 14 How, b. 99 Grove 

" Cariline A. teacher, J. C. Tilton school, b. 99 Grove 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 99 Grove 

" Charles M., Goodyear operator, rms. 59 Main 



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Hoyt Charles M. (Morse & Hoyt) paper box mnfr. Island 

park, Br. h. 218 Main, do. 
" Charles N. h. Main, cor. Talmouth ave. 
" Clarence L. shoe crimping, 49 Wash. rms. 24 Pecker 
" Edson B. clerk, 29 Wingate, rms. 157 Winter 
" Edward H. h. 232 Main, Br. 

" Elizabeth T. widow of Benjamin E. h. 30 Orchard 
" Ernest F. musician, b. 8 William 
" Eunice, widow of Elmer L. h. 32 Lindel 
" Everett, bookkeeper, h. 62 ijroveland 
" Ezra J. janitor, Winter st. school, h. 8 William 
" Frank P. trimming cutter, 37 Wingate, h. 334 Wash. 
" George A. clerk, 20 Locust, h. 8 Observatory ave. 
" George C. farmer, h. Amesbury rd. Nicholsville 
" George H. (G. H. Hoyt & Son) h. 91 Emerson 
'■ George H. Jr. (G. H. Hoyt & Son) 29 Wingate, h. 

39 Vine 
" George S. clerk, 40 Locust, b. 5 Sixth ave. 
" George O. grocer and baker, 40 Locke, h. 5 Sixth ave. 
" G. H. & Son (George H. and Geoige H. Jr.) paper 

box mnfrs. 29 to 37 Wingate 
" Hadley H. (H. H. Hoyt Shoe Co.) h. 10 Lake View av. 
" Henry H. beater out, h. 38 Washington ave. 
" H. H. Mrs. dressmaker, 38 Washington ave. h. do. 
" H. H. Shoe Co. (Hadley H. Hoyt) shoe mnfr. 50 

Wingate 
" John, h. 77 Cedar 
" Leonard M. shoemaker, h. Lake 
" Louisa M. h. 30 Orchard 

" Martin D. W. clerk, 45 Merrimack, b. 91 Locke 
" Oliver G. hatter, b. 23 Cedar 
" Ralph L. driver, 39 Merrimack 
Huard Benjamin, carpenter, h. 450 River 
" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 86 Bellevue ave. 
" see Hurd 
Hubbard Amos, brickmaker, b. 23 Hillside [pi. 

" Arthur L. carriage washer, 24 Locust, h. 23 Worthen 
" A. Belle, clerk, city clerk's office, b. 30 Arlington 
" Catherine, widow of Sylvester, h. 23 Hillside 
" Charles L. edge trimmer, h. 11 Davenport 
" Fred, shoe cutter, h. 48 Lincoln ave. 
" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 23 Hillside [Hamilton ave. 

" George H. Rev. pastor Union Cong, church, h. 46 
" Lincoln, shoe cutter, rms. 169 Wash. 
" Nathan, shoemaker, rms. 240 Water 



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Hubbard Oliver A. ins. agt. 91 Merrimack 

" Oliver S. stitching, 70 Phoenix row, h. 30 Arlington 

" Susan M. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 30 Arlington 

" William J. shoe cutter, h. 10 Marble 

" see Herbert 
Hubbell Adelbert M. physician, 107 Winter, h. do. 
Hubley Wellington, hatter, rms. 15 Washington ave. 
Huckins Sarah J. widow, bds. 13 Chadwick Br. 
Hudson Alex. A. heels, etc. 16 Wash. h. 19 Arlington 

" Arthur, shoemaker, b. 14 Franklin 

" Daniel B. coachman, 84 Mt. Vernon, rms. do- 

" Fannie Mrs. h. 20 Lindel 

" Harold C. stitcher, b. 6 Duncan 

" John, nailer, rms. 8 Spring pi. 

" Joshua G. prop. Haverhill Paste Co. rms. 34 Winter 
Hughes Catherine, widow of John, h. 82 Water 

" Etta Mrs. b. 157 Main Br. 

" James, heel cutter, b. 206 Winter 

" John F. plumber, b. 13 Henry 

" Katherine, bookkeeper, 45 Wingate, b. 15 Rose 

" Madge, nurse, Hale Hospital, b. do. 

" Margaret E. widow of Andrew, h. 15 Rose 

" Maude M. Mrs. lodging house, 81 Merrimack 

" Michael, plasterer, h. 13 Henry 

" Peter, carpet layer, rms. 59 Main JJJ 

" Thomas F. clerk, 44 Merrimack, h. Main, bey. High,. Br. f^ 
Hulford Thomas J. tailor, 82 Merrimack, h. 19 New Hamp- p"^ 
shire ave. Br. **£ 

Hull A. B. clerk, 104 Merrimack, h. at Georgetown 

" Herbert, waiter, 6 Water, rms. 119 Vestry 
Humphrey Charles G. stock fitter, rms. 14 Walnut 
Humphreys William C. h. 510 Main &*\ 

" William T. clerk Merchant's Nat. Bank, h. at Newport ^j 
Humphries Mary A. widow of Thomas, h. 20 Water ■ 

Hunking Clara L. h. 72 Main 

" G. Dustin, physician, 103 Merrimack and (Hunking & < 
Christie) h. at New York city go m 

" Sarah S. widow of Caleb D. h. 72 Main O > 

" & Christie (C. D. Hunkins & George W Christie) h g 



apothecaries, 1 Merrimack 

Hunkins Caroline E. widow of George W. h. 57 Webster = '< 

Charles H. tutor, b. J. N. Hunkins' V 
" Daniel A. farmer, h. Kenoza cor. Amesbnry rd 

'" Everett, shoemaker, rms 10 How fn jZ 

" Frank G. shoe cutter, h. 190 Main « 



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Hunkms Grace H. assist, public library, b. 57 Webster 

" John N. grocer, Amesbury rd. c. Plaistow rd. and 
clerk in charge Saunders Hill P. O. h, n. do. 

" Martha A. widow 01 Nathan F. h. 6 Jackson [do. 

" Mary E. widow of Carroll, dressmaker, 25 Fifth ave. h. 

" Robert, engineer, C. H. Cox, Br. h. at Merrimack 

" Warren C. shoe mnfr. 96 Wash. h. Westland ter. 

" Warren O. (W. O. Hunkins & Co.) h. Westland ter. 

" Willard H. shoemaker, h. 43 Portland [Railroad sq. 

" W. O. & Co. (Warren O. Hunkins) shoe mnfr. 15 
Hunnewell John, station agent, Haverhill sta. b. 36 White 
Hunt Annie J. teacher Locke st. school, Br. b. 15 Cen- 
tral, Br. 

" Charles E. shoe cutter, h. 19 Carleton ave. Br. 

" Daniel C. supt. r. 37 Wash. h. Sagamore 

" Dora A. Mrs. h. 69 How [15 do. 

" Frank N. (Baraw & Hunt) stable, 10 Central, Br. h. 

" George P. supt. 30 Granite, b. 37 School 

" George L. h. 49 Moore 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 22 Judson 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 1 White 

" Ira (Hunt & Griffin) h. 123 Broadway 

" James, sole cutter, h. 29 Pleasant Br. 

" John H. grocer, Broadway, A. V. h. do. 

" Lizzie D. forewoman, 23 Essex, b. 4 Hawthorn, Br. 

" Mabel B. teacher, School st. school, b. 69 How 

" Nelson J. last maker, h. 136 Cedar 

" Olive, widow of Elisha, h. 14 Howard 

" Otis A. carpenter, h. Eudora 

" Stephen, shoemaker, h. 37 School 

" Thomas, cook 191 Merrimack 

" William, leather sorter, h. 4 Baldwin 

" William A. shoe cutter, h. 38 Belmont ave. 

" & Griffin (Ira Hunt and Herbert S. Griffin) grocers, 
88 Broadway 
Hunter Evelyn, clerk, r. 20 Phoenix Row, b. 65 Kimball, Br. 
Hunting Lilla E. h. N. Broadway, bey. Vale 
Huniington Charles B. leather sorter, h. 4 Bartlett [con ave. 

" Charlesetta M. Mrs. b. Commonwealth ave. cor. Ma- 

" George E. carpenter, h. 34 Jackson 

" James A. water registrar, 14 Court, h. 15 Mt. Vernon 

" Ralph S. clerk, b. 15 Mt. Vernon 

" Stacy B. shoemaker, b. 266 Washington 

11 William, operator, b. P. Hannigan's, Groveland rd. Br. 

" William H. shoemaker, b. 266 Washington 



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Huntley Susan, widow of Edward L. h. 34 Locke, Br. 
Huntoon James M. nursery stock agent, h. 17 Kent 

" Winfield S. clerk, 159 Winter, h. 17 Eleventh ave. 
Huntress Andrew J. collector, 102 Merrimack, h. at 
Groveland 

" A. Morris, shoemaker, h. 60 Temple 

" Charles S. foreman, 4 Main, h. at Groveland 

" Claude, shoe cutter, h. 16 York 

" Edward L. shoemaker, h. S. Cross rd. Br. 

" Jennie H. widow of Leverett, h. 36 Pecker 

" Kate, Mrs. clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 
Hurd Adelia M. widow of Jacob H. h. 305 Washington 

" Charles, farmer, h. 669 Main 

" Edward, puller over, h. 12 Albion 

" Fred E. grocer, 97 Cedar, h. 132 do. 

" Ira, carpenter, h. 10 Seventh ave. 

" James H. farmer, h. 26 Stage 

" Marinda D. Mrs. boarding house, 40 Pecker 
see Heard 
Hurley Agnes A. prin. Monument st. school, b. 28 High 

" Daniel A. night clerk, Eagle House, b. do. 

" Dennis, laborer, h. 45 Hazeltine, Br. 

" John, laborer, h. 45 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" John J. shoe finisher, h. 39 Hazeltine, Br. 

" Joseph, b. Richard Welch's, Lowell ave. 

" Joseph R. student, b. 28 High 

" Mary E. widow of Michael, h. 251 Winter 

" Timothy, stone mason, h. 28 High 

" William A. hatter, h. 5 Dover 
Hum John A. letter carrier, h. 58 Vestry [Olive 

pee A'Hearn 
Hurtubise Charles M., McKay operator, h. Altamont, cor. 

" Clara M. clerk, 356 River, b. Chas. M. Hurtubise's 

" Fred C. shoe cutter, rms. 35 Jackson 

" Louise M. milliner, b. Altmont, c. Olive . 
Huse Angeline G. widow of Timothy, h. 70 Arlington 

" Charles H. carpenter, b. 70 Arlington 

" Daniel F. agent, 108 Washington, rms. 72 Merrimack 

" Stephen S. carriagesmith, b. 25 Pecker 

" Walter S. shoe cutter, h. 21 Auburn 
Hussey Catherine, Mrs. h. 59 Arch [h. 1 Fourth ave. 

" Delia M. widow of George F. jewelry, 94 Merrimack, 

" Frank H. foreman, 17 Sanders pi. h. 17 Shepherd 

" Harriet, widow of Enos H. h. Neck rd. W. H. 

" Henry A. (Hussey & Hodgdon) h. 56 Cedar 



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Hussey Irving G. police, h. 10 Lawrence 

" James R. foreman, T. Lahey, Stevens, h. 43 Lewis 

" John E. milkman, Neck rd. W. H. h. do. 

" Lena I. Mrs. h. 16 Merrimack 

" Lorenzo D. h. 24 Nichols 

" May A. forewoman, W. S. Lewis Shoe Co. h. 18 Pecker 

" Patrick M. laborer, h. 36 Harrison 
" Vinnie K. shoe stitcher, h. 16 Pecker 

" William B. shoe cutter, h. Amesbury rd. n. Rykman 

" & Hodgdon (Henry A. Hussey and John A. Hodgdon) 
shoe mnfrs. 17 Sanders pi. [Pecker 

Huston David J. harness maker, 184 Merrimack, h. 17 
Hutchins Alvin R. city teamster, h. 391 Washington 

" Edmund, fireman, L. L. & H. Power sta. Br. b. 10 
Locke, do. 

" Edward F. motorman, h. 31 Dudley 

" Emileus, h. 120 Portland 

" George E. asst., city engineer's office, b. 120 Portland 

" Jeanette H. 120 Portland 

" Mark F. shoemaker, b. 69 Merrimack, Br. 

" Scott M. shoe cutter, b. 42 Locke, Br. 

" Will B. salesman, 113 Merrimack, b. 53 Merrimack, Br. 
Hutchinson Albert, shoemaker, h. River n. Hanson 

" Albert E. shoe cutter, b. 4 Orchard, Br. 

" Arthur, city laborer, h. 50 Greenville 

" Carleton E. shoe cutter, h. 5 Marble 

" Frank E. shoe mnfr. r. 37 Washington, h. 245 Lawrence 

" Grace, clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 53 Main [Main 

" Homer S. foreman cutter, r. 37 Washington, h. 443 

" John, pattern maker, b. 4 Orchard, Br. 

" Marion, widow of John, h. 4 Orchard, Br. 

" Mary E. widow, h. 53 Main 

" Oscar S. shoemaker, h. 50 Greenville 

" Rhoda A. Mrs. h. 50 Greenville 

" William A. h. 25 Macon ave. 
Hutt William, shoemaker, h. 1 Orchard 
Hyde Clinton P. shoe cutter, rms. 38 Pleasant 

" Fred H. fish, 352^ Washington, h. 32 Woods ave. 

" Scott, rms. 7 Franklin 
Hyland John, R. R. section foreman, h. 4 Merrill, Br. 

" John B. laster, h. 214 Winter [rms. 101 Winter 

Hynes Edward F. liquors, 137 Merrimack, grocer, 141 do. 
Hyson Henry, h. 3 Yeaton pi. 

" Jennie W. widow of Ephraim M. teacher painting, 14 
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ILLSLEY WILLIAM A. motorman, h. 585 Washington 
Ilsley George A. shoemaker, h. 37 High 
Ingalls Arthur C. shoemaker, h. 13 White 

" Arthur F. operative, h. 3 Monument sq. 

" Clara P. h. 13 Summer 

" Edmund R. stable, 13 to 19 Stage, h. 174 Water 

" Emma A. widow of William W. b. 28 Fernald ave. 

" Etta A. and Harriet R. b. 174 Water 

" Etta A. clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 1 74 Water 

" Harriet P. clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 174 Water 

" William A. machine operator, h. Countess, Nicholsville 
Ingersoll Arthur A. treas. 103 Merrimack, h. 231 Main, Br. 

" Frank C. clerk, 22 Main, h. 30 Sheridan 

" Harry G. farmer, b. 132 Broadway 

" James, farmer, h. 132 Broadway 

" Mary L. Mrs. clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 30 Sheridan 

" Roland, R. R. fireman, b. 10 Locke, Br. 
Ingham Albert T. ins. agent, 210 Merrimack, b. 31 Dudley 

" Bessie D. telephoner, b. 31 Dudley 

" John W. (Ingham & Hodsdon) h. 45 Grove 

" Joseph, h. 45 Grove 

" Thomas, shoe cutter, h. Oxford av. c. Waldo ct. W. H. 

" Thomas W. cigars and billiards, Oxford ave. h. Waldo 
court, W. H. [grocers, 356c Washington 

" & Hodsdon (John W. Ingham and Harry W. Hodsdon) 
Ingraham Elizabeth G. widow, h. 18 Lawrence 
Ingram John, laborer, h. 49 Water 

" William H. wood worker, 10 Pleasant, h. 63 Pecker 
International Correspondence Schools, 91 Merrimack, 
room 34 

" Mandolin School, 25 Washington sq. 
Ireland Frederick A. shoe cutter, h. 11 Kimball 
Irving George, shoemaker, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" John C. reporter, h. 47^ Myrtle st. exten. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. Boston rd. W. H. 

" Louisa P. Mrs. h. 764 Main 
Isaksen Emil, baker, 32 Emerson, h. 23 Dexter 
ISLAND PARK BOX CO. wood box mnfrs. Kim- 
ball Island park, Br. See page 810 
Iverson Thomas, porter, 28 Merrimack, b. 216 Wash. 
Ivory Edward B. shoe burnisher, b. 10 Lexington ave. Br. 

" Gilmore B. shoemaker, b. 10 Lexington ave. Br. 

" John C. (Ivory Shoe Co.) h. 10 Lexington ave. Br. 

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Ivory John W. painter, b. r. 51 Franklin, Br. 
" Michael D. h. 51 Franklin 
" Shoe Co. (J. C. Ivory) shoe mnfr. 38 Granite 

JACK ALEXANDER, heel cutter, b. 3 Madison 
Jackerott Jacob, sole sorter, h. 79 Summer [port 

Jackman Charles E. clerk, 168 Merrimack, h. at Newbury- 

" Charles H. shoemaker, h. Lake 

" Charles W. h. 3 Central, Br. 

" Edward L. foreman, 81 Wash. h. 30 Currier ave. 

" Stephen E. inventor, h. 3 Kenoza ave. 
Jackson Albert I. shoe trimmer, h. 24 Warren, Br. 

" Alva.S. shoemaker, b. 20 Orchard [ave. 

" Charles M. foreman, W. C. Lewis Shoe Co. h. 35 Arch 

" Eva L. Mrs. tailoress, h. 114 Merrimack 

" Harry W. bookkeeper, 76 Phcenix row, b. 35 Arch ave. 

" John L. h. 44 Dudley 

" Joseph, engineer, h. 2 Dexter 

" Martha, widow of Joseph, h. 6 Dexter 

" Nellie M. clerk, 136 Washington, b. 35 Arch ave. 

" Samuel C. engineer, steamer No. 4, h. 5 Kenoza ave. 

" William, b. 6 Dexter 
Jacobs Arthur T. sec. of assessors, City Hall, b. 8 Park 

" Dennis Mrs. h. 36 Ayer 

" Everett P. h. 33 Webster 

" Frank L. salesman, at Boston, h. 56 Park 

" Ida, widow of Bela H. h. 141 Main, Br. 
Jacques Joshua, shoemaker, h. 3 Hilldale ave. 

" Prudent, laborer, h. 106 Lafayette sq. 

" Vallee, shoemaker, b. 106 Lafayette sq. [W. H. 

Jafferian Arakel, grocer, 111 and 117 Essex, h. Ferry rd. 

" Mugerdig, clerk, 117 Essex, h. Ferry rd. W. H. 
James Albert F. conductor, B. & M. R. R. h. 10J Sixth av. 

" Bilonie, b. 6 Tenth ave. 

" Charles E. b. 10J Sixth ave. 

" Edwin A. carpenter, h. Crystal, A. V. 

" Frank M. b. 126 Monument 

" Hattie A. Mrs. dressmaker, 10£ Sixth ave. h. do. 

" Izetta, widow of Frank F. h. 3 Greenville 

" Merriton, painter, b. 4 Lafayette, Br. 

" Reuben F. farmer, h. 126 Monument 

" Samuel, bootblack, rms. 22 Pecker 

" William, clerk, 21 Water, rms. 3 Green 

" William H. salesman, Lennox & Briggs, h. 28 Macon av. 
Janes William E. shoemaker, h. 94 Groveland 



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Janvrin Albert, h. 21 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Frank R. painter, h. 15 Charles, Br. [Broadway 

Jaques Abbie, widow of Moses E. h. Plastow rd. n. E. 

" Alden P. real estate, 67 Washington, h. 205 Mill 

" A. B. (estate) J. H. Sheldon, mngr. 3 Bridge 

" Charles A. & Co. (George H. Dole and George A. 
Childs) stable 10 stage 

" Cora A. widow of George S. h. 34 Sheridan 

" Edwin H. shoemaker, h. Main, n. River rd. R. V. 

" Edwin L. hostler, 58 White, h. 8 Gardner ct. 

" Emery, foreman, h. off Chadwick rd. Br. 

" Emily, stenographer, 25 Wash. sq. h. at Groveland 

" E. Lester, shoemaker, h. 4 Freeman 

" Frances E. Mrs. house 8 Ferry. Br. 

" Francis P. farm hand, rms. 268 Salem, Br. 

" George W. shoemaker, h. Main, n. E. Broadway, R. V. 

" Georgia E, teacher, Walnut sq. school, b. 34 Sheridan 

" Harriet, widow of Charles A. h. 468 Kenoza, E. P. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 39 Hilldale ave. 

" Joseph H. stitcher, h. 27 Auburn 

" Sarah J. widow of Melvin F. h. 8 Haverhill 

" Walter H. shoe cutter, h. Rosemont 

" William T. farmer and milk, 475 Kenoza, E. P. h. do. 
Jarman Harry, coachman, 94 Portland, rms. 20 do. 
Jarvis Horace, shoe cutter, h. 11 Arch 
Jean Alcide, tailor, 4 Water, b. do. 
, " Arthur, tailor, 4 Water, h. do. 

" Ernest, tailor, h. 215 Essex 

" Thomas Mrs. h. 142 Merrimack 
Jeans Henry M. foreman, 10 Pleasant, h. 15 Webster 
Jedrey Charles, shoemaker, rms. 5 Wash. 

" Jesse J. hatter, h. 10 Wilson [pect do. 

Jeffers William H. coachman, 169 Main, Br. h. 16 Pros- 
Jefferson Clara A. bookkeeper, 45 Merrimack, h. 104 Essex 

" Robert, shoe finisher, h. 59 Lincoln, Br. 
Jellerson Benjamin H. messenger, State House, Boston, h. 
158 Golden Hill ave. 

" Charles, heel nailer, b. 158 Golden Hill ave. 

" Horace, foreman, 30 Wingate 
Jellison Charles, h. 35 Cedar 

" Horace H. heel cutter, h. 51 Arch 

" Olive M. bookkeeper, 58 White, b. 77 Pecker 
Jenkins Albert, shoemaker, rms. 86 Locust 

" Alfred A. (Jenkins & Co,) h. 6 Pond, Br. 

" Benjamin A. farmer, h. South Cross rd. n. Salem, Br. 

iJMAN S f!(llfi CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

llUlllUnil U. UULLj MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Ofld Sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

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Jenkins Fernando, shoemaker, h. 36 Judson 

" Frank E. market gardener, h. Salem, c. S .Cross rd. Br. 

" Fred W. at Dartmouth College, b. Benjamin A. 
Jenkins', Br. 

" Guy G. shoe cntter, b. 6 Pond, Br. 

" Herbert E. farmer, h. South Cross rd. Br. 

" John A. shoemaker, b. 806 Main 

" Julia C. widow of Charles, h. 36 Judson 

" Kendall, baker, 30 Grove, Br. h. 52 Central do. 

" & Co. (Alfred A. Jenkins) express, 48 Wingate 
Jenks Effie M. student, 10 Wash. ave. h. do. 

" Harry K. shoe cutter, h. 3 Marble 
Jenness Burt F. physician, 77 Emerson, rms. do. 

" Charles, salesman, h. 25 Water 

" Hannah M. h. 8 Auburn 

" William R. shoemaker, h. 202 Merrimack 
Jennings Albert H. (Geo. F. Carlton & Co.) shoe mnfr. 
r. 22 Phoenix row, h. 256 Main 

" Edwin A. shoe mngr. h. Brook, bey. Altamont 

" Fred H. shoe cutter, h. Brook, bey. Altamont 

Jennison ,shoe worker, rms. 49 Pecker 

Jensen Carl F. leather sorter, h. 63 Vestry 
Jermyn Annie, widow of Thomas, h. 223 Essex 

" Henry, wood worker, rms. 45 Vestry 

" Richard, sole leather cutter, h. 33 Race 

" see Germain 
Jerome Edward, shoemaker, h. 65 Water 
Jette Charles, shoemaker, h. 20 Hiildale ave. 

" Charles E. shoemaker, b. 8 Apple 

" George, shoemaker, b. 20 Hiildale ave. 
Jewell D. Everett, laster, h. 28 Fernald ave. 

" Frank L. shoe cutter, h. 398 Washington 

" Thomas, salesman, 66 Wash. h. 45 White 

" William H. Mrs. h. 43 Main 

" William H. box maker, b. 28 Fernald ave. 
Jewett Alfred P. shoemaker, h. 42 Gove 

" Allan M. ry. mail clerk, h. 8 Cogswell ave. Br. 

" Annie A. Mrs. h. 12 Lindel 

" Everett P. coachman, 275 Main, b. 12 Lindell 

" Frank K. sole cutter, h. Salem, n. Groveland line, Br. 

" Fred R. Pressman, 142 Merrimack, b. F. K. Jewett's, 
Salem, Br. 

" Harriet L. stenographer, 83 Merrimack, b. 35 Vine 

" Howard C. physician, 121 Merrimack, rms. 35 Vine 

" Howard W. student, b. F. K. Jewett's, Salem, Br. 



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Jevvett Samuel L. soles, etc. 68 Phoenix row, h. 35 Vine 

" , shoe worker, rms. 2 Spring 

Jief Joseph, shoe repairer, 201 Wash. h. at E. Boston 
John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. 91 Merrimack 
Johnson Albert K. asst. freight cashier, B. & M. b. 14 
Baldwin 
" Ambrose L. shoe packer, h. 119 North ave. 
" Angus, shoemaker, rms. 16 How 
" Ann A. widow of Henry, h. 16*/£ Summer 
" Arthur H. clerk, 85 Merrimack, b. 58 Fountain 
" Arthur W. watch repairer, 19 Merrimack, b. 18 

Pleasant 
" A. Hazen, farmer, h. 104 Water 
" Benjamin M. h. 14 Howard 
" Caroline L. prin. Locust st. kindergarten school, b. 18 

Summer 
" Carrie L. nurse, b. 297 Salem, Br. 
" Catherine A. widow of Leverett W. h. 149 Main, Br. 
" Charles, piano polisher, 208 Merrimack, h. 211 Grove- ^3 
land C9 

" Charles B. h. 11 Auburn gj 

" Charles C. painter, 9 Spring place, h. do. ^g 

" Charles G. bookkeeper, b. 3 Ferry, Br. Jg 

" Charles L. trimming cutter, b. 11 Auburn ™g 

" Charles S. student, b. 13 Orchard 

" Clara E. Mrs. stitching, 23 Essex, h. 14 Howard C9 

" Edgar H. foreman, Hilliard & Tabor, h. 14 Baldwin €a$ 
" Edward W. clerk, 41 Main, b. 58 Fountain 
" Edwin, skiver, rms. 358a Washington 
" Elmer, clerk, 178 Merrimack, b. 70 do. 
" Emma E. widow of Charles H. h. 13 Orchard 
" Francis A. last maker, h. 15 William 

" Francis P. h. 19 Haseltine, Br. ^ 

" Frank H. clerk, h. 96 Emerson Cm 

" Frank Perley, shoe cutter, h. 19 Haseltine, Br. 2^ 

" George, laborer, b. 49 Kingsbury ave. Br. GP 5 

" George E. shoe cutter, h. 53 Broadway JjJI 

" George H. M. sole grader, b. 14 Elm *r 

" Gertrude I. teacher, Currier school, b. 119 North ave. g^ 
" Gideon, agent, 2 Gilman pi. h. 8 Currier pi. f» Q 

" Harriet C. widow of Amos T. h. 10 Arlington Q"^ 

" Harrison E. heel cutter, h. 2 Temple pi. " CO 

" Harry A. clerk, 68 Merrimack, rms. 17 White W 

" Harry A. shoemaker, h. 1 Hancock 
" Harry Alden, reporter, b. 119 North ave. 



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Johnson Harry S. shoe cutter, b. Horace M. Johnson's, Br. 

" Helen F. teacher, Currier school, b. 119 North ave. 

" Hiram L. agent, 66 Emerson, h. 27 Cedar 

" Horace M. farmer, h. Main, opp. High, Br. 

" James F. laborer, h. r. 42 Howard 

" John, h. 241 Winter 

" John Fred, paper hanger, h. 19 Pleasant 

" Julia A. widow of Charles H. h. 69 Merrimac, Br. 

" Kate E. librarian, Br. branch public library, 116 Main, 
Br. h. 149 do. 

" Laburton, salesman, h. 3 Ferry, Br 

" Lavinia, widow of Samuel W. h. 18 Pleasant, Br. 

" Leonard, trader, h. 70 Merrimack 

" Mary B. widow of iUden, h. 119 North ave. 

" Mary E. Mrs. h. 26 Chestnut, Br. 

" Mary E. widow of Warren, h. 104 Emerson 

" Mary F. widow of Henry H. h. 18 Summer 

" Mary F. widow of Luther, h. 62 White 

" Mary W. h. 62 White 

" Melville R. clerk, 54 Emerson, h. 4 Arch place 

" Newton W. stock fitter, rms. 48 Locust 

" Nicholas C. (Mitchell & Co.) dry goods, 76 to 80 
Merrimack, b. 27 Cedar 

" Osman C. rec. clerk at Plaistovv, h. 470 Main 

" Otis H. physician, 106 Water, h. 104 do. 

" Peter, boxmaker, h. Maynard ave. Br. 

" Sarah E. b. 100 Winter 

" Seth Warren, Mrs. h. 3 Summer, Br. 

" Walter, clerk, 41 Main, b. 58 Fountain 

" Walter, P. shoe cutter, h. 24 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Wiley F. shoe laster, h. 12 Arlington 

" William A. shoe cutter, h. 48 Spruce 

" William H. laster, h. 58 Fountain 

" William H. h. 213 Mill 

" W'illiam L. shoemaker, h. 88 Merrimack 

" William L. shoemaker, rms. 16 How 

" William S. h. laborer, h. 49 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Willis C. shoe cutter, b. 149 Main, Br. 
Johnston John M. stock fitter, h. 7 Arch 

" Newell S. janitor, Walnut sq. school, h. 11 Sixth ave. 

" Rose F. Mrs. dressmaker, 7 Arch, h. do. 

" William (McCutcheon & Johnston) 165 Merrimack, 
rms. 27 How 
Jolicoeur Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 27 Oak ter. 
Jollivette Albert, shoemaker, h. 33 Hillside 



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Jollivette Elzeard, shoemaker, h. 118 Essex 

Jones Albert, box maker, b. Peabody, n. Kimball, Br. 

" Bopd B. lawyer, h. 225 Mill 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 58 High 

" Charles H. shoemaker, rms. 59 Emerson [ave. 

" Edward W. shoemaker, h. Passaconway ave. n. North 

" Elmer E. shoemaker, h. 8 Ferry, Br. [Br. 

" Frederick H., Goodyear operator, b. 10 Lexington av. 

" Frederick H. shoe cutter, h. 589 Washington 

" George W. driver, hose 4, h. 28 Kenoza ave. 

" Hadley V. teamster, h. 5 Lindel 

" Harry E. laster, h. 65 Jackson 

" Henry H. h. 377 Washington 

" Horace G. carpenter, h. 40 Smith, the 2d 

" Hyman, stock fitter, b. 147 River 

" James F. shoe cutter, h. 3 Marble 

" John C. shoemaker, h. 60 High 

" John H. laborer, h. rear 10 Pleasant, Br. 

" Jonathan P. shoemaker, h. 7 Baldwin 

" Lewis H. counter roller, h. 57 Arch 

" Louis, hairdresser, 120 River, h. do. 

" Martin V. B. beater out, h. 62 Jackson 

" Mary E. widow of Frederick H. h. 9 Tenth ave. 

" Mary J. widow of Charles, h. 25 Vestry 

" Myra, widow of Mark, h. 219 Water 

" Nathaniel S. shoemaker, h. 94 Temple 

" Philip L. clerk, 18 Merrimack, b. 40 Golden 

" Philip N. student, b. 225 Mill 

" Robert T. laborer, h. 35 Ashland 

" Samuel W. h. Williams, c. Summit ave. 

" Stephen, driver, b. 48 Dudley 

" Thomas, farmer, h. 113 Cedar 

" Virnal M. salesman, 105 Merrimack, rms. 9 Portland 

" William E. provisions, 39 Main, Br. h. 36 Central, do. 

" William H. mngr. 24 Winter, h. 14 Ashland 

" William H. Jr. bootblack, 3 Monument sq. b. 4 Ashland 
Jordan Catherine, widow of Levi F. h. 56 Haverhill 

" Ellen A. Mrs. b. Dr. J. F. Jordan's, Ferry rd. W. H. 

" G. Leslie, clerk, at Boston, b. 170 Main 

" John F. physician, Ferry rd. n. Neck rd. W. H. h. do. 

" Joseph H. second hand store, 15 Wingate, h. 164 
Merrimack 

" Margaret Mrs. h. II Walnut 

" Mary E. D. Mrs. h. 69 Webster 

" Moses S. master mechanic, h. 8 Green, Br. 




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Jordan Peter, shoemaker, rms. 18 Duncan 
" J. Pryor, horse trader, h. 5 Park 
" Richard O. special police, h. 31 Main 
" Samuel A. salesman, 208 Merrimack, h. 14 Pentucket 
" Sarah, stitcher, b. 56 Haverhill 
" Sidney C. P. lineman, h. 119 Emerson 
" Timothy, shoemaker, rms. 186 Merrimack 
" William E. h. 170 Main 

" Windom G. glazier, 44 Main, rms. 452 Water 
Jorolemon Stephen DeForest, box maker, h. 36 Byron, Br. 
Joslin Elmer F. plumber, 41 Locust, h. 105 Emerson 
Jowett William H. (Haverhill Box Co.) end Hale, h. 40 

Hamilton ave. 
Joy Charles, shoemaker, b. 63 Locust 
" Elmer K. telegrapher, 102 Merrimack, h. 1 Seventh av. 
" Ernest, carpenter, b. 3 Hale [Wash. 

" George E. night operator, N. E. T. & T. Co. h. r. 242 
" Kate E. Mrs. milliner, 54 Merrimack, rms. 12 Auburn 
" M. Ellen, clerk, h. 53 Main 
Joyce Joseph W T . foreman, Ira J. Webster, h. 353 Wash. 
" Redmond, laborer, h. 41 Lewis 
" Richard, shoe cutter, h. 40 Willie 
Judd Frank, wood worker, h. 12 Kimball, Br. 

" Nellie N. widow of George D. h. 21 Pleasant 
Judkins Clifton D. shoes, 17 Wash. b. 34 Brockton ave. 
" Enoch B. salesman, h. 36 Pleasant, Br. 
" John H. clerk, 17 Wash. h. Brockton ave. c. Lawrence 
Jutras Adolph D. salesman, h. 56 Locke 
" Albert H. leather worker, h. 56 Locke 
" Alfred, real estate, h. 19 Moore 
" George A. clerk, b. 19 Moore 
" Lewis, printer, 7 Merrimack, b. 18 Duncan 
" Mary, widow, h. 56 Locke 

KACHAROSKY ALEX, morocco worker, h. 75 River 
Kaisen Christopher, shoemaker, h. 64 Summer 
Kaler William E. shoe packer, b. 27 Davis [do. 

Kammer Eva S. teacher of German, Bradford academy, b, 

" Josephine S. Mrs. housekeeper, 297 Salem, Br. 
Kane John, hatter, b. 2 Varnum 

" John, laborer, h. 27 Lancaster 

" John, shoemaker, b. 10 Dexter [River 

Kannofsky William, bootblack, 191^ Merrimack, b. 44. 
Kappella Frank, hatter, h. 15 South 
Kaplin Max, b. 93 River 



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Karelitz Abraham (Laskey & Karelitz) 91 River, h. 1*20 do. 

" Eli, morocco worker, h. 100 River 

" Gerson, peddler, b. 169 River 

" Samuel M. peddler, h. 169 River 
Kasperian Marscleod, shoemaker, h. 15 High 
Kaula George J. buyer, 76 Merrimack, h. 120 Fountain 
Kaulbach Charles H. florist, Amesbury rd. c. Eliot, h. do. 
Kaulback Alexander, shoemaker, h. North ave. bey. Gile 

" Charles L. laster, h. North ave. bey. Gile 

" Thomas, h. 11 Ashland 
Kavanagh Margaret, widow of Mark, h. 15 Lewis 

" Richard F. plumber, h. 51 Hale 

" William J. printer, 60 Merrimack, h. 25 Hilldale ave. 

" see Cavanagh 
Kay Georgianna, widow of John, h. 10 Hillside pi. 

" Robert, shoemaker, h. 1 7 Grove 
Kaye Benjamin, U. S. N. b. r. 158 Winter 

" Mary A. Mrs. laundress, h. r. 158 Winter 
Kazhal Wadih, clerk, 65 Merrimack, b. 27 How 
Keane John, ins. agt. Wash. sq. b. 10 Dexter 
Keating John J. shoe cutter, b. L. F. Marston's, Kings- 
bury ave. Br. 

" Mary E. widow of George R. h. 61 Kenoza ave. 
KEAVE1VEY MICHAEL, contractor, 146 Prim- 
rose, h. do. See page 819 [rose 

" Thomas F. draughtsman, 210 Merrimack, b. 146 Prim- 
Keays W. W. teacher music, public schools 
Keefe Daniel T. hatter, h. 59 Locke, Br. 

" James A. clothing. 85 Merrimack, and overseer of 
poor, h. 52 Highland ave. 

" Owen, driver, 85 Water, rms. 109 do. 

" Thomas J. horse shoer, h. 3 Spring 

" see Keif, O'Keefe and Kief 
Keeler Harley G. heel mnfr. 35 R. R. sq. h. 15 Sixth ave. 
Keene Albert P. hairdresser, 9 Wash. h. 68 Bellevue ave. 

" Frank K. stitcher, h'. 42 Green 

" George C. shoemaker, rms. 89 Locke 

" George A. asst. agt. 31 Wash. h. 231 Groveland 

" Leander S. salesman, 28 Merrimack, h. 30 Vine 

" Rose A. Mrs. millinery, 130 Merrimack, h. 30 Vine 
Keif Frank P. liquors, 179 Merrimack, h. 27 Ninth ave. 

" George T. shoemaker, h. 14 John 

" John M. rms. 12 Carleton pi. 

" see Keefe and O'Keefe 
Keilty George, operative, b. 215 Winter 

Sffi*. H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

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Keilty Margaret, h. 215 Winter 

Keith Charles F. restaurant, 329 River, h. do. 

" Herbert B. teamster, h. 13 Pleasant 

" Irving L. shoe findings, 140 Wash. rms. 29 Summer 
Kelleher Daniel H. salesman, b. 142 Eighth ave. 

" Dennis, operative, b. 235 Essex 

" Edward, student, b. 142 Eighth ave. 

" Eugene, R. R. section foreman, h. 21 River, Br. 

" James, coachman, 14 Maple ave. h. 35 Harrison 

" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 142 Eighth ave. 

" Jeremiah, teamster, h. 4 Maple 

" John M. shoemaker, h. 13 New 

" John P. shoemaker, h. 14 Jackson 

" Julia, widow, h. 35 Harrison 

" Michael J. plasterer, 251 River, h. do. 

" Timothy, job wagon, h. 35 Harrison 

" Timothy J. shoemaker, b. 142 Eighth ave. 

" William J. bar keeper, 167 Merrimack, rms. 41 Water 
Kellerman Charles, 61 Merrimack 
Kelley Abbie G. wikow of Gyles, b. 1 7 Grant 

" Albert L. clerk, 28 Wingate, rms. 59 Main 

" Catherine, widow, h. 122 Franklin 

" Charles E. h. 4 2 Salem, Br. 

" Clarence E. eyeletter, h. 23 High, Br. 

" Clarence E. teacher, h. 17 Grant 

" Clarence M. student, b. 17 Grant 

" Daniel, shoemaker, h. 9 Nichols 

" E)d, rms. 5 Washington [ant, Br. 

" Elizabeth B. Mrs. teacher physical culture, h. 6 Pleas- 

" Ellen J. teacher, Broadway Union school, b. 7 Tremont 

" Ernest W. shoemaker, b. Seventeenth ave. 

" Frank H. foreman, 260 River, h. 1 William 

" Frank J. carriage painter, r. 30 Pleasant, h. North ave. 
cor. Concord 

" Fred C. clerk, b. 37 High [do. 

" George T. clerk, Haverhill Emergency Hospital, rms. 

" Gregory J. plumber, h. 87 Franklin 

" Harriet P. teacher violin, b. 6 Pleasant, Br. 

" Henry E. student, b. 17 Grant 

" James, shoemaker, b. 122 Franklin 

" James E. foreman, b. 9 Nichols 

" James H. shoe cutter, h. Seventeenth ave. 

" James M. shoemaker, h. 23 High, Br. 

" Jeremiah J. operator, b. 8 Dustin 

" John, shoemaker, b. 69 Locust 



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Kelley John E. shoemaker, h. 83 Merrimack 

" John H. shoemaker, b. 9 Nichols 

" John J. shoemaker, b. 58 Summer [Beacon, h. do. 

" John T. Dr. mngr. Haverhill Emergency Hospital, 17 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 9 Water 

", Loran E. plumber, 97 Washington, h. 23 Pentucket 

" Margaret A. Mrs. laundress, h. 26 Emerson 

" Marguerite, shoe stitcher, rms. 69 How 

" Martin M. coachman, 53 Summer, h. 58 do. 

» tylaryMrs. h. 3 Hale 

" Mary A. widow of John, b. North ave. c. Concord 

" Mary E. Mrs. h. 40 Emerson 

" Mary E. widow of Charles H. h. Ferry rd. W. H. 

" Patrick J. coachman, 46 Summer, rms. do. TBr. 

" Patrick J. upholsterer, 12 Merrimack, h. 83 Kimball, 

" Robert, shoemaker, h. 81 Bellevue ave. 

" Robert E. salesman, 113 Merrimack, b. 77 Franklin 

" Robert O. shoe repairer, 57 Water, h. 3 Marion, Br. 

" Thomas, variety store, 190 Winter, h. 84 Franklin 

" Thomas J. mngr. 152 Washington, h. 7 Tremont 

" Thomas J. Mrs. h. 77 Franklin 

" Timothy, shoe worker, b. 32 High 

" T. Emmet, student, b. 7 Tremont 

" William, shoemaker, h. 226 Washington 

" William H. laster, h. 61 Cedar 

" William H. shoemaker, b. 26 Emerson 

" Wingate, b. 1 Cherry 

" see Kelly 
Kellogg Luther A. h. 7 Park 
Kelly Alice G. Mrs. embroidery, 67 Salem, Br. b. do. 

" Agnes, clerk, 51 Merrimack, b. 8 Eleventh ave. 

" Amanda M. widow of James D. h. 65 Kimball, Br. 

" Bridget, widow of Joseph, h. 21 Hale 

" Brothers (George L. A. and Charles N.) masons, 239 
Lawrence, 6 Park, and brick yard, Main and Ferry 

" Charles C. driver, r. 106 Merrimack, b. 67 Salem, Br. 

" Charles E. teamster, b. 142 Winter 

" Charles F. edge setter, h. 6 Westford 

" Charles N. (Kelly Bros.) h. 6 Park 

" Charles O. ins. 174 Merrimack, h. 8 Eleventh ave. 

" Dennis, sole sorter, h. 45 Haseltine, Br. 

" Frank D. clerk, P. O. h. 67 Salem, Br. 

" Frank J. foreman printer, 29 Wingate, b. 142 Winter 

" Frank T. trav. salesman, h. 37 Arch 

" George, rms. 157 Winter 

4 KinDall Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street 

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Kelly George I. clerk, 49 Merrimack, h. 1 Park ave. Br. 
" George J. shoemaker, h. 5 Arlington 
" George L. soap mnfr. 67 Salem, Br. h. do. [do. 

" George L. A. (Kelly Bros.) mason, 239 Lawrence, h. 
" Granville A. edge setter, h. 23 Moore 
" Helen M. Mrs. h. 142 Winter 
" John, laborer, L. L. & H. Ry. Co. h. 66 Fifth ave. 
" John H. driver, r. 262 Winter, h. 57 Groveland 
" Leon M. b. 70 Winter 

" Lilla, cashier, 51 Merrimack, b. 8 Eleventh ave. 
" Lola E. widow of Milton M. h. 70 Winter 
" Louis M. driver, b. 57 Groveland 
" Robert W. shoemaker, h. 21 Ferry, Br. 
" Samantha R. widow of Ezra, h. 101 Winter 
" Sarah M. h. 49 Main 
" Susan M. teacher, b. 67 Salem, Br. 
" see Kelley 
Kelso Carris H. laster, h. 71 Pilling 
" John H. h. 312 Groveland 

" William A. foreman, 23 Essex, h. at W. Newbury 

Kemp John L. restaurant, 6 Water, h. 53 Main 

Kempton Amos, janitor, Kenoza av. and Burnham schools, 

h. 9 Fifth ave. [mack 

" Co. (The) (Eugene J. Kempton) clothing, 62 Merri- 

" Eugene J. (The Kempton Co.) 62 Merrimack, h. 20 

Pleasant, Br. 
" Jonas A. heel trimmer, rms. 25 How 
" William D. heel worker, h. 16 William 
Kendall Betsey Greenleaf, widow of Rev. Sylvanus C. h. 15 
Pleasant, Br. 
" Charles E. shoe cutter, h. 95 Arlington 
" Robert I. Mrs. clerk, 31 Granite, h. 1 William 
" Robert I. P. salesman, 28 Merrimack, h. at Merrimac 
Kendrick Herbert F. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 14 Kent 
" Julia, widow of Charles S. h. Ferry rd. n. Neck rd. W. H. 
" Rums, h. 336 Main 
" see Kenrick 
Keniston Charles, asst. 191 Merrimack, rms. 174 do. 
" Gardner, h. 71 White 
" Margaret Mrs. nurse, h. 2 Summer 
" Samuel E. heel burnisher, h. Oxford ave. W. H. 
" Sarah H. h. 9 Pentucket 
Kennard Mattie A. bookkeeper, F. P. Woodsum's, Ferry, 
Br. b. 108 Portland 
" William D. farmer, h. Boston rd. opp. Waldo ct. W. H. 



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Kennedy Agnes C. teacher, Winter st. school, h. 20 Grand | 
" Allen R. grocer, 20 Locust, h. 53 Water i 

" Bartholomew, farmer, h. Groveland rd. n. the line, Br. 
" Dennis, laborer, b. 31 Harrison 

" Dennis T. leather, 79 Washington, h. 28 Summer ' 

" James, laborer, b. 31 Harrison 

" James, wyol scourer, h. 3G Lancaster | 

" James Jr. clerk, 176 Winter, b. 36 Lancaster 
" Jeremiah, coachman, 5 Windsor, b. 1 Cypress 
" Joanna, widow of Dennis, h. 20 Grand 
" John, carder, rms. 2 Duncan ' 

" John, city laborer, h. 7 Pentucket 
" John, teamster, b. B. Kennedy's, Groveland rd. Br. 
" Joseph A. painter, r. 104 Merrimack, h. 48 North 
11 Mary T. (Mars & Kennedy) milliner, 54 Winter, h. 20 

Grand 
" Michael J. bookkeeper, rms. 12 Oak 
" Rufus L. motorman, h. 78 Westford 
" Stephen, farm hand, b. Kennedy's, Groveland rd. Br. 
" William A. clerk, b. 48 North 
" William M. shoe cutter, h. 7 Hale 
" & Co. butter, etc, 125 Merrimack ^^ 

Kennett Edward, shoemaker, rms. 17 Merrimack «o« 

" Grace M. clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. r. 52 Pecker 
" W. Archie, shoe cutter, b. 1 Baldwin ^Q 

Kennett Helen, clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. Brook, Br. JJJJ 

" Benjamin, teamster, h. 9 Orchard ^™ 

Kenney Jacob, h. 7 Spring pi. £^ 

" Michael J. foreman, r. (30 Wingate g» 

" Nellie, cook, rms. 114 Merrimack ■ 

Kenny Dominick, h. 15 Hale 
" Dominick Jr. clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 15 Hale r 

" Martin, city laborer, h. 7 Pentucket £ 2 

Kenoza Club House, Kenoza lake OT pj 

Kenrick Mary E. widow of Augustus C. h. 30 Grand g 

Kent Sidney,salesman, Murray Bros. Co. b. 110 Bellevueav. . — 
Keohane Jeremiah, h. 135 Eighth ave. > 2 

" Timothy, coachman, 165 Main, Br. h. 19 Chadwick, do. g [JJ 
" John, coachman, 38 Summer, h. 42 Chestnut — H 

Kerns John, slater, b. 18 River, Br. * m 

" Mary A. prin. Kimball st. school, h. 17 River, Br. i#0 

" Rosanna, widow of James, h. 17 River, Br. [ave. 1 " G 

Kerrigan Andrew P. J. clothing, 24 W r ater, h. 17 Eastern H ^ 
" Edward E. shoe cutter, b. 92 Elm, Br. > PI 

" Elizabeth F. Mrs. h. 18 Elm m ^ 



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KERRIGAN GEORGE E. lawyer, 174 Merrimack' 
b. 18 Elm. See page 805 

" James A. clerk, 64 Washington, b. 17 Eastern ave. 

" Margaret, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 17 Eastern ave. 

" Mary A. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 92 Elm, Br. 

" William B. student, b. 92 Elm, Br. 

" William E. shoemaker, h. 92 Elm, Br. 
Kershaw Henry, hatter, h. 31 Broadway 

" James, ins. agt. 3 Washington sq. b. 12 J^ Oachard 

" John L., U. S. A. h. 89 Lafayette sq. 

" John, McKay stitcher, h. 4 Bethel 

" John T., U. S. A. b. 89 Lafayette sq. 

" Margaret A. Mrs. h. 13 Water 

" Mary A. widow of William, h. 89 Lafayette sq. 

" Sarah J. clerk, 17 Locust, b. 31 Broadway 
Kesler Max, fruit, 84 Water, h. 3 Crown pi. 
Keville Patrick M. hatter, h. 32 Ayer 
Kevlish Anthony, hatter, b. 2 Varnurn 
Keyes Alice M. teacher of drawing and painting, Bradford 

Academy, b. do. 
Keyes Clara M. milliner, 28 Merrimack, rms. 59 Vestry 
Kidd George, machinist, rms. 234 Washington 
Kidder Charles W. clerk, 145 Merrimack, b. 108 North av. 
Kief James, blacksmith, r. 12 Merrimac, Br. h. 19 Chad- 
wick, do. 

" James H. blacksmith, h. 12 Kimball, Br. 

" John, mill hand, h. 53 Bellevue ave. 

" Thomas, shoemaker, b. 53 Bellevue ave. 

" see Keefe and O'Keefe 
Kilby Augustus W. rms. 31 Oak 
Kiley Michael, shoemaker, h. 25 Hale 

" Roger P. shoe cutter, h. 21 Harrison 

" Thomas F. shoe mnfr. h. 227 Water 
Kilgore Frank C. salesman, 2 Arnold pi. h. 42 Linwood 
Killam Lewis, builder, 62 Fleet, h. Kenoza ave. c. Forest 
avenue 

" Minot, car conductor, h. 63 Webster [land ave. 

" Ubert A. cashier, Merrimack Nat. Bank, h. 40 High- 
Killelea Ellen, h. 13 Seventh ave. 

" Martin, h. 5 Hancock 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 137 Eighth ave. [Br. 

Kilner James H. sorter, Lennox & Briggs, h. 12 Haseltine, 
Kimball Albert F. shoe cutter, h. 100 Winter 

" Alfred, shoe mnfr. at. S. Lawrence, h. 2 Windsor 

" Alice A. Mrs. dressmaker, 10 Elm, b. do. 



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Kimball Allen, expressman, h. Neck rd. n. Ferry rd. VV. H. 
" Amanda M. widow of Byron, h. 8 Merrimack, Br. 
" Amanda S. b. 119 Main 
" Amos M. shoemaker, h. 13 Chadwick, Br. 
" Annie, widow of Moses G. h. 82 Merrimack 
" Annie E. Mrs. h. 88 North ave. 
" Arabella, b. 10 Kenoza ave. 

" Arthur, foreman, W. C. Lewis Shoe Co. rms. 15 Walnut 
" Arthur, shoe cutter, rms. 16 Pecker 
" Arthur L. messenger, 23 Hale, h. 25 Sheridan 
" Arthur Russell, shoe mnfr. at S. Lawrence,b.2 Windsor 
" Asa M. farmer, h. Plaistow rd. n. Baptist church, R. V. 
" A. Perley, carpenter, h. North ave. n. Marsh ave. 
" Benjamin L. h. 260 Main 
" Benning S. shoe cutter, b. 4 Vine 
" Blanche, Mrs. b. 116 Water 
" Boyd W. shoemaker, b. 99 Main, Br. 
" Byron G. horse shoer, 9 Stage, and stable, 534 Salem, 

Br. h. do. 
" Charles A. car conductor, h. Ferry rd. n. R. R., W. H. 
" Charles A. carpenter, h. 6 Porter 
" Charles A. teamster, b. 813 Main 
" Charles F. variety store, 187 Wash. b. 15 White 
" Charles H. clerk, r. 1 Water, rms. 77 Main 
" Charles J. h. 35 Pleasant 
" Charles L. shoemaker, h. 15 White 
" Charles P. clerk,51 Merrimack, b.G.G.Kimball's,W. HL 
" Charlotte C. widow of Daniel B. h. 181 Main, Br. 
" Cora Mrs. stitcher, rms. 1 Temple 
" Cynthia M. Mrs. stitcher, h. 4 Porter 
" Delia, widow of David, b. 32 How 
11 D. Smith, stock fitter, h. 7 Tenth ave. 
" Edgar L. lawyer, h. 181 Main, Br. 
" Edward L. driver, street sprinkler, h. Grovelrnd road, 

near the line, Br. . 
" Edward S. police, rms. 59 Main 
" Edwin C. guide, b. 4 Salem, Br. 
" Eleanor H. h. 181 Main, Br. 
" Elizabeth I. widow of Albert, h. 4 Salem, Br. 
" Ella E. bookkeeper, Knipe Bros. b. Chas. A. Kimball's 
" Elmer, rms. 45 Pleasant 
" Elmer E. laster, h. 33 Hancock 
" Emma A. widow of Elbridge G. h. 46 Keeley 
" Emogene O. Mrs. h. 21 Pecker 
" Etta, b. 40 Nichols 




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Kimball Eunice, widow of Walter A. h. S. Cross rd. n. 
line, Br. 

" Frank, farm hand, b. r. 142 Winter 

" Frank, usher, Academy of Music, b. 19 How 

" Frank S. shoe cutter, b. 11 How 

" Frank W. farmer, h. South Cross rd. Br. 

" Fred M. student, b. 40 Cedar 

" Frederick, milkman, 789 E. Broadway, R. V. h. do. 

" Gardener G. farmer, h. Boston rd.n.Andover line, W.H. 

" George E. bookkeeper,24 Merrimack, h. 135 Main, Br. 

" George M. shoemaker, b. 21 Pecker 

" George W. h. 15 Walnut 

" George W. carpenter, h. 156 Merrimack 

" Grace H. h. 181 Main, Br. [W. H. 

" G. Washington, heel maker, h. Boston rd. n. Ferry rd. 

" Helen, clerk, 51 Merrimack, b. 99 Main, Br. 

" Henry W. edge setter, h. 103£ Winter 
KIMBALL HERBERT ' W. electrician and 
electrical supplies, 13 Main, h. 12 Byron, Br. See 
frdnt cover 

" Horace, painter, h. 41 Lincoln ave. Br. 

" Howard, farmer, b. S. C. Kimball's, W. H. 

" Howard N. (Carter, Russell & Co.) 23 Hale, h. 88 
North ave. 

" Howard W. machinist, Gazette, b. 35 Pleasant 

" Ivory, clerk, 145 Merrimack, b. 27 Arch 

" James L., fair stitcher, h. 14 Sixth ave. 

" James M. shoemaker, h. 99 Main, Br. 

" Jennie H. h. 219 Main 

" John C. farmer, h. Broadway, Ayers Village 

" John E. h. 40 Cedar 

" John F. leather sorter, h. 65 Kimball, Br. 

" John H. farmer, h. 108 N. Broadway 

" John W. milkman, Broadway, n. Liberty, h. do. 

" Joseph L. laster, h. 1 7 Marshall 

" Laburton M. farm hand, h. Liberty, bey. Crystal 

" Leonard H. driver, 789 E. Broadway, b. do. 

" Leslie O. shoe cutter, h. 4 Park pi. 

" Lucy I. bookkeeper, 190 Essex, h. 100 Winter 
KIMBALL L. & SON (Wallace L. Kimball) jewel- 
ers, 79 Merrimack. See page 816 

" Marietta, b. 121 Main, Br. 

" Marilla M. Mrs. h. 19 Central, Br. 

" Martha A. Mrs. housekeeper, 48 Portland 

" Martha F. Mrs. nurse, b. 4 Salem, Br. 



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Kimball Mary J. matron, 119 Main, b. do. 

" Mary J. widow of Charles W. h. 75 Linwood 

" Mary L. widow of Leverett, h. 121 Main, Br. 

" Melvin, shoe cutter, h. 1 Clinton 

" Moses P. bar keeper, 29 Locust, h. 38 Wash. ave. 

" Priscilla H. h. 2 Salem, Br. 

" Ralph H. clerk, b. 7 Tenth ave. 

" Ralph M. shoemaker, b. 99 Main, Br. 

" Rebecca M. h. 2 Salem, Br. 

" Samuel C. farmer, h. Neck rd. W. H. 

" Sarah M. h. 44 Adams 

" Sarah S. widow of Gilbert, h. 4 Vine 

" Schuyler, shoemaker, rms. 50 Temple 

" Stillman, shoemaker, h. Ferry rd. n. Main, Br. 

" Susan W. widow of George A. h. 30 Summer 

" Wallace L. (W. L. Kimball & Son) jeweler, 79 Merri- 
mack, h. 121 Main, Br. 

" Warren (W. & V. O. Kimball) h. 29 Highland ave. 

" W T endell, foreman, 48 Phcenix row, h. 29 Greenleaf, Br. 

i: William, last maker, h. Boxford rd. Br. 

" William A. asst. 18 Court, rms. do. 

" William B. farmer and milk, Liberty, n. Crystal, h. do. 

" William B. h. 48 Elm, Br. 

•< William F. h. 241 Salem, Br. 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 27 /\rch 

" William H. Jr. shoemaker, b. 27 Arch 

" William L. city laborer, h. 126 Eighth ave. 

" Willis F. shoes, 116 Merrimack, h. 91 Main 

" W. Thomas, shoe cutter, h. 16 Nichols 

" W. & V. O. (Warren Kimball and Harry E. Adams) 
shoe mnfrs. r. 24 Phsenix row 
King Basil, farm hand, h. Montgomery, n. Main 

" Charles F. stitcher, h. 246 Washington 

" Edward J. shoe cutter, b. 444 Main 

" George, laundry, 39 Water, rms. do. 

" George, shoe cutter, rms. Ill Emerson 

" Hazel H. clerk, 126 Merrimack, rms. 49 Pecker 

" Jed, shoemaker, h. 35 Hillside 

" John, laborer, b. 13 Seventh ave. 

" John B. city laborer, h. 17 Granite 

" John S. clentist, 6 Emerson, h. 210 Main 

" Joseph S. sole cutter, h. 425 Main 

" Louis H. shoe cutter, b. Montgomery, n. Main 

" Michael J. hatter, h. 28 Ayer 

" Michael M. shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. c. Acorn 



SSSL' H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

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King Minerva M. shoe stitcher, b. 14 Green 

" Patrick, h. 129 Eighth ave. 

" Robert H. stableman, 30 Pleasant, h. 36 Kent 

" Susan A. widow of John E. h. 29 Maple 

" William H. stock fitter, b. 6 Duncan 
Kingsbury JohnD. pastor emeritus, First Church of Christ, 

h. 2 Church, Br. 
Kinnear Harry, hat finisher, b. 202 Main, Br. 
Kinsila M. Louisa Mrs. h. 385b Washington 
Kippen William F. salesman, 93 Merrimack, h. 31 Summer 
Kippenberger Jacob, tailor, 214^ Wash. rms. do. 
Kirby Annie F. h. 17 Primrose 
Kirkpatrick George, h. 36 Mechanic 

" George Jr. student, b. 36 Mechanic 

" Toshua V. teacher, b. 36 Mechanic 
Kitfield Ella A. widow of Edward B. h. 53 Main 

" E. Bertha, b. 53 Main 
Kittredge George, shoemaker, h. 223 River 
Kittredge Sarah N. h. 12 Summer 
Klingman George E. motorman, h. 487 Washington 
Kneeland Annie Mrs. h. 36 Main 

" George G. heel trimmer, h. 25 Race 
Knight Albert H. janitor, High and George Cogswell 
schools, Br. h. 21 Summer, do. 

" Alpheus, painter, 6 School, b. 12 do. 

" Anna, dressmaker, h. 1 1 Newcomb 

" Arthur, motorman, rms. 43 Main 

" Augustine, driver, 24 Mam, h. 26 Stage 

" Charles, bees and native wines, 184 Groveland, h. do. 

" Charles T. carpenter, h. 149 Lowell ave. 

" Edward, cigars and pool, 35 Water, h. at W. Newbury 

" Edward, shoe cutter, rms. 5 Temple 

" Ellen E. Mrs. h. 294 Washington 

" Frank, farmer, h. Boston rd. W. H. 

" Harriet, widow of James, h. 149 Lowell ave. 

" Harry G. heel cutter, h. Cross rd. c. Boston rd. W. H. 

" John L. h. 114 Portland 

" Lillian B. Mrs. h. 15 Dudley 

" Richard H. heel cutter, h. r. 107 Water 

" Sarah L. h. 45 Auburn [Jackson 

Knights J George, shoe contractor, 50 Phoenix row, h. 44 

Knipe Arthur H. salesman, Knipe Bros., W. H. h. Oxford 

ave. do. [Hill station, store 29 Lincoln, B. 

" Bros. (William A.) shoe mnfrs. Whitney ave.opp. Ward 

" Mark A. salesman, Knipe Bros. W. H. h. Oxford av. do. 



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Knipe Sarah E. widow of Mark, h. 5 Summit ave. 

" William A. (Knipe Bros.) h. I, n. Whitney ave. W. H. 

" William Leon, at Knipe Bros. b. W. A. Knipe's 
Knott Laura A. prin. Bradford academy, Br. b. do. 

" William T. foreman, 93 Essex, h. at Groveland 

" see Nott 
Knowles Arthur L. clerk, h. 121 Elm 

" Lilley E. livery stable, Bragg ct. rms. 47 Oak 

" Lowell L. grocer, 30 Emerson, h. 17 Hancock 

" Mary N. widow of Nathaniel G. h. 34 Lincoln ave. 

" Nathaniel G. sail maker, h. 34 Lincoln ave. 

" Ray L. clerk, 20 Emerson, b. 17 Hancock 

" William E. morocco dresser, h. r. 52 Harrison 
Knowlton Frederick, postal clerk, h. 4 Observatory ave. 
Knox Annie Mrs. rms. 138 Main 

" Annie L. Mrs. b. 14 Church, Br. 

" Jessie L. painter, b. 24 Groveland [Buffalo, N. Y. 

" Seymour H. (S. H. Knox & Co.) 74 Merrimack, h. at 

" S. H. & Co. (Seymour H. Knox) 5 and 10 cent store, 
74 Merrimack 
Kobriez Thomas, shoemaker, h. 304 River 
Koehler Victor E. baker, 39 Merrimack, h. 192 Main 
Koenig Bertha M. matron, 64 Pecker, rms. do. 
Koffman Joe, laster, h. 71 River 
Kohlhas Casper F. shoemaker, h. 38 Eighth ave. 
Konsavicz Alexander, laborer, h. end Cogswell 
Korelitz Joe, peddler, h. 24 Varnum 
Kosofsky Benjamin, grocer, 49 River, h. 149 do. 
Kosukanis Mike, laborer, h. 110 River 
Kowulewski Julius, shoemaker, h. 265 Washington 
Kozack John, morocco worker, h. 144 River 
Kremel Jacob, shoe stitcher, h. 43 Ayer [Broadway 

Kritter Eugene, cabinet maker, h. Old Ferry rd. cor. E. 
Kruck Edward, shoe cutter, h. 24 Washington ave. 
Kukos Peter, heel cutter, h. 23 Oak terrace 

LABBE CHARLES, shoemaker, b. 49 Varnum 

" Cleophas, hat worker, h. 49 Varnum 
Labelle Donat, laborer, h. 5 Park ave. 
Labombard John, shoemaker, h. Lake, n. Broadway 

" Mary Mrs. h. 192 Winter 

" Napoleon, clerk, 50 Essex, b. 18 Pentucket 
LaBonta Nellie S. bookkeeper, 94 Wash. b. 107 Winter 
LaBrache Michel, trav. salesman, h. 49 Bellevue ave. 
LaBranche Henry, laster, h. 48 High 

NffflMKN R [HP CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

llUlllVlall I). UULL, MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Hi Sasles and Doors. SHOP, BEAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

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Lacerte Adrien, shoemaker, h. 17 Oak terrace 
LaChapelle Antoine, shoemaker, h. 19 John 

" Arbondias, shoemaker, b. 17 New 
Lackey Frank, machine oper. h. 54 VVestford 

" Louisa, widow of Andrew, h. 413 Groveland 
Lacombe Eusebe, h. 14 Currier ave. 

" Mary J. Mrs. dressmaker, 85 Fifth ave. h. do. 
Lacourse Alfred P. shoemaker, b. 59 Hilldale ave. 

" Dolphis, shoemaker, h. 179 River 

" Louis, shoemaker, h. 59 Hilldale ave. 

" Theotis, widow of Louis, h. 59 Hilldale ave. 
Lacroix Joseph C. salesman, h. 33 Arch 
Ladd Albertus S. carpenter, h. 24 North 
LADD A. SHIRLEY, insurance and treas. Grove- 
land Co-oper. Bank, 25 Washington sq. h. Garrison, 
cor. Cannon Hill ave. Groveland. See page 18 

" Edward E. heel cutter, h. 28 Haverhill 

" Edward N. painter, h. 31 Jackson 

" George G. clerk, Railroad sq. b. 28 Haverhill 

" George W. janitor, Greenleaf school, h. 9Chadwick, Br. 

" Horace P. shoemaker, h. Carleton, n. Lowell ave. 

" Lando F. carpenter, h, 185 Salem, Br. 

" Trueman P. clerk, 90 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 
Ladieu Joseph, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington sq. 
Lafayette Lovis, b. 59 Bellevue ave. 

" Square Pharmacy, 35 Lafayette sq. 
Lafey John, shoemaker, h. 8 Shepherd 
Lafferty Christopher G. painter, h. 13 Madison 

" Joseph, laborer, h. 77 Hilldale ave. 

" Mary M. stitcher, h. 81 Bellevue ave. 

" Matilda, widow of Joseph, h. 85 Bellevue ave 
Laflamme Frank, shoemaker, h. 6J Walnut 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 223 River 

" Peter N. salesman, 28 Merrimack h. 53 Cedar 
Lafleur Ambrose S. heel cutter, h. 23 Hall 

" Frank, shoemaker, rms. 336 River 

" John S. heel cutter, b. 23 Hall 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 68 Hancock 

" Peter, shoemaker, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" Rosie, widow, h. 32 Hall 
Laflin Agnes M. forewoman, 77 Wash. rms. 4 Arlington 
Lafoe Alfred E. shoemaker, h. Crystal, n. Broadway, A. V. 

" Amos, farm hand, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Edward E. shoemaker, b. 5 Beach 
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Lagasse Arthur B. clerk, 58 High, b. 15 Hillside 

" Basil, h. 15 Hillside 

" Basil Jr. grocer, 58 High, h. 15 Hillside ave. 

14 Charles, prop. Hotel Philadelphia, 35 Essex, h. do. 

" Edmond, shoemaker, b. 15 Hillside 

" Felix L. shoemaker, b. 15 Hillside 

" James shoe worker, b. 47 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph, shoe maker, b. 15 Hillside 

" Joseph D. carpenter, h. 47 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph F. beater out, h. 52 Bellevue ave. 

" Omer, shoemaker, b. 15 Hillside 

" Zorilla Mrs. vamper, h. 15 Water 

*' see Legasse 
Lague Edmund, heel cutter, h. 11 High 

" Ernest, bds. 11 High 
Lahey F. Howard, student, b. 42 Kenoza ave. 

" John, paper hanger, b. 71 Central, Br. 

" Thomas, granite worker, Stevens, h. 42 Kenoza ave. 

" see Leahy 
Laing John L. (Laing & Bessey) b. 3 Summer, Br. 

" Raphael M. carpenter, h. 3 Summer, Br. ^ 

" Theodore H. carpenter, h. 15 Pleasant 

" William E. carpenter, h. Gile 

" & Bessey (John L. Laing and Rollin H. Bessey) hair- 
dressers, 69 Merrimack *» 
Lajeunesse Adelard, shoemaker, h. 31jGrove p™ 

" Arthur, shoemaker, h. 17 Beach -^ 

u Eugene, shoemaker, b. 17 Beach ^^1 

" Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 17 Beach jSS 

" Onesemine, widow of Joseph, h. 17 Beach 

Lajoie Philip, shoemaker, h. 341 River • ^^ ^% 

Lake Addison G. shoemaker, b. 255 Kenoza ' gpm± 

" Allen N. shoe cutter, h. 71 Kenoza ■ 

" Elizabeth C. widow of Leverett G. h. 7 Sheridan 

" Francis C. shoemaker, 71 Kenoza, h. do. < 

" Grace B. asst. bookkeepper, C. K. Fox, b. 7 Sheridan w m 

" John, shoemaker, h. E. Broadway O > 

" J. Wingate, b. 71 Kenoza 

" Margaret J. h. 255 Kenoza 

-" Martha E. Mrs. h. 24 Cedar [Summer 

Lakeman Harry D. floor walker, 76 Merrimack, b. 14 "U w 
Lakin Charles S. laborer, h. Cross rd. n. Ferry rd. W. H. 2 g 

" Clarence, foreman, 56 Wingate, b. S. W. Lakin's £j r 

" Frank C. gardener, b. 514 Main w r 

" Howard, heel maker, b. S. W. Lakin's 5 






HAVERHIL.L 25G DIRECTORY 



Lakin Joseph P. . flagman, W. H. station, h. Cross rd. 
n. do. 
" Seth W. heel maker, Cross rd. n. W. H. station, h. n do. 
Laliberte Alfred, shoemaker, b. 17 High 
" Julia, widow, h. 21 Bellevue ave. 
" Lea, clerk, b. 21 Bellevue ave. 
" Napoleon, milk, Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont, h. do. 
Lallier, Peter, motorman, rms, 14 Walnut 
Lally Edward T. shoemaker, h. 93 High [Br. b. do. 

La Loge Zoe de J. teacher of French, Bradford Academy, 
Lalumiere Alphonse, h. 9 Hillside pi. 
" Arthur, shoemaker, h. 151 Lafayette sq. 
" Charles, shoemaker, h. 71 Hilldale ave. 
" Charles, Jr. clerk, b. 71 Hilldale ave. 
" Examiere, shoemaker, h. 3 Little River 
" Francois J. shoemaker, h. 1 Lapierre 
" John B. shoemaker, h. 1 Lapierre 
" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 20 Willie 
Lamb Bonner M. lawyer, 25 Washington sq. 
" Frances G. physician, 45 Portland, h. do. office hours 

8 to 9 a. m. 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 p. m. 
" Marshall, h. rear 17 Seventh ave. 
" Rebecca J. widow of Colby, h. 45 Portland 
Lambert Alfred F. wood heel maker, h. 3 Hancock 
" Alexander, shoemaker, h. 63 Hancock 
" Arthur, teamster, 29 Wingate, h. 31 Hale 
" Augustine, shoemaker, h. 8 Hall _ t [ave. c. Maurice 
" Charles, shoe repairer, 5 Washington ave. h. Hilldale 
" Edward C. shoe cutter, b. Charles Lambert's 
" Hector, hairdresser, h. 8 Hall 
" Henry D. clerk, 172 Essex, h. 146 Eighth ave. 
" Irma, shoe worker, rms. 7 Henry 
" Louis N. shoemaker, h. 26 Oak terrace 
<" Margaret, stitcher, h. 30 Cedar 
'< Napoleon, laborer, h. Lake ave. n. Kenoza ave. 
f r Otis, laborer, b. 51 Arch 
i (i Otis, leather cutter, rms. 34 Grand 
Simeon J. motorman, b. 63 Locust 
L ' William D. cierk, P. O. h. 30 Arch ave. 
^ame William H. shoemaker, h. 12 Florence ave. 
"amont Felix, shoemaker, h. 52 Bellevue ave. 
a Frank, laster, h. 228 Winter 

morre Edward J. heel mnfr. r. 17 Oak ter. h. 35 Hillside 
° Wilbry, shoemaker, h. 21 Oak terrace 
Lamothe Eusebe, shoemaker, h. 99 Bellevue ave. 



HAVERHILL 257 DIRECTORY 



Lamotte Oliver, carpenter, h. 81 Merrimack 
Lamoureux Albert D. shoe cutter, b. 54 How 

11 Charles F. b. 54 How 

" Eva, clerk, 94 Merrimack, b. 54 How 

" Henry, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington 

" Joseph, machine operator, h. 54 How 

" Joseph O. clerk, 165 Merrimack, b. 54 How 

" Simeon, carriage painter, 5 Cliff, h. 1 do. 
Lamprey Forrest C. (Forrest Loan Co.) 174 Merrimack, 
h. 38 Pecker 

" William B. house furnishings, 30 Washington sq. h. 38 
Pecker 
La Mudge Alvin N. shoemaker, h. 7 Pleasant 

" Mary J. widow of John S. h. 80 Lincoln ave. 

" Nellie I. clerk, 255 River, h. 80 Lincoln ave. 

" Newell B. shoe cutter, h. 36 Baltimore [Essex, h. do. 
Lanctot Philomene, widow of Alfred, dressmaker, 208 
Landers James, shoemaker, h. 4 Blossom, Br. 
Landry Edward P. h. 99 Temple 

" Mary B. widow of Louis, grocer, 251 River, h. do. 
Lane Abbott L. lunch, 57 Essex, h. at Groveland 

" Annie, h. 31 New 

" Charles T. clerk, 94 Washington, rms. 18 Chestnut 

" Dennis, laborer, h. 86 Sixth ave. 

" Dennis, sole cutter, h. Emily, n. Mt. Dustin ave. 

" Edwin S. clerk, 49 Merrimack, h. 4 Clinton 

" George E. supt. 1 7 Locust, b. 20 Arlington 

" Helen, clerk, H. E. Guptill, b. 86 Sixth ave. 

" John, b. 4 Clinton 

" John, h. 86 Emerson 

" John, sole cutter, h. 3 Dexter 

" John C. (Lane & West) rms. 34 Arlington 

" Lintha E. Mrs. h. 73 Pecker 

" Michael, shoemaker, b. 86 Sixth ave. 

" Michael, shoemaker, rms. 25 Lewis 

" Nellie, tel. oper. 186 Merrimack 

" Patrick P. shoemaker, h. 192 Hilldale ave. 

" Sidney T. clerk, 171 Washington, h. 29 Pilling 

" & West (John C. Lane and Horace G. West) groceries 
and provisions, 122 and 126 Emerson 
Lanen George H. reporter, Sunday Record, 4 Main, h. at 
S. Groveland 

" Sadie C. clerk, 97 Merrimack, b. at S. Groveland 
Lang Carrie E. Mrs. dress cutting school, 109 Water, h. do. 

" Edgar W. shoe cutter, b. 109 Water 




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Lang Edwin F. (Lang & Bertsch) h. Winona ave. c. Saga- 
more 

" Edwin H. shoemaker, b. 78 Elm, Br. 

" George E. letter carrier, b. 163 Winter 

" Herbert L. shoe cutter, b. 78 Elm, Br. 

" James W. shoemaker, h. 40 Washington ave. 

" J. Warren, janitor, School and Chestnut streets schools, 
house 109 Water 

" Lavinia S. and Lydia F. house 163 Winter 

" Martha J. Mrs. stitching room, 128 Wash, house 
Winona ave. cor. Sagamore 

" Mary E. widow of Francis, h. 78 Elm, Br. 

" Otis A. shoemaker, house 57 Lincoln, Br. 
LANG RICHARD W. umbrella maker, 69 Merri- 
mack, house 42 Central, Br. See page 808 

" Thomas, grocer and baker, 76 Winter, h. 58 do. 

" Thomas E. b. 40 Wash. ave. 

" William A. shoemaker, b. 78 Elm, Br. 

" William T. driver, 113 Wash. h. 52 Auburn 
Lang & Bertsch (Edwin F. Lang and Russell W. Bertsch) 

shoe mnfrs. 128 Washington 
Langdeau Emanuel, heel cutter, house 46 Primrose 
Langdon William, plumber, 41 Locust, b. Carleton ct. 
Langer Fritz C, McKay stitcher, h. Rockland 
Langevin Joseph, painter, h. 26 Oak terrace 

" Seraphin, carpenter, h. 55 Hilldale ave. 
Langill Agnes, widow of William, h. 48 Baltimore 

" William, hatter, boards 23 Mill 
Langland John, laster, h. 12 Blaisdell 
Langley Charles F. rms. 59 How 

" Ernest C. shoemaker, boards 3 May 

" E. shoemaker, rms. 36 Pecker 

" George A. chief driver H. F. D. h. 2 Warren 

" George E. shoemaker, h. 3 May 

" Harmon M. shoemaker, h. 73 Franklin 

" Harry, farmer, h. S. Cross rd. Br. 

" H. B. clerk, 70 Washington, b. 74 How 

" James (Langley & Martin) 76 Wash. h. 236 Lawrence 

" Lester E. shoe cutter, h. 35 Pleasant 

" Lola M. widow of Thomas F. house 59 How 

'* Mary, stenographer, 115 Merrimack, b. 55^ Webster 

" Merritt L. clerk 33 Water, h. 9 Green 

" Moses B. h. 3 Arthur [76 Washington 

" & Martin (James Langley & Walter J. Martin) leather, 
Langlois Adolph, shoemaker, b. 25 Hilldale ave 



i 



HAVERHILL 259 DIRECTORY 



Langlois David, skiver, b. 3 Hancock 

" Fred, hatter, b. 47 Hilldale ave. 

" Henry J. beater out, b. 47 Hilldale ave. 

" Michel, laborer, h. 47 Hilldale ave. 

" Philip, shoemaker, h. 6 Marshall 

" Telesphore, shoemaker, b. 25 Hilldale-ave. 
Langton Edward B. mason, h. 134 Water 

" Joseph Y. shoemaker, b. 134 Watei 

M William F. box maker, b. 1 34 Water 
Lanouette Arthur, clerk, 197 Merrimack, b. 118 Franklin 

" Laura Mrs. h. 118 Franklin 

" Thomas, janitor, 41 Lafayette sq. rms. do. 
Lanthier Philomene Mrs. h. 41 Bellevue ave. 
Lanza Felix, shoe worker, h. 10 Varnum 

" Frank, laborer, h. 38 River 
LaPerle Joseph I. liquors, 111 Lafayette sq. h. 30 Broadway 

" Joseph O. tailor, 198 Essex, h. 46 Lafayette sq. 
Laperriere Joseph, heel burnisher, h. 1 1 Thorndike 
Lapham George, horse shoeing, Main, n. Rosedale ave. 

house do. 
Lapierre Albert, stock fitter, b. 30 Broadway 

" Edmond M. h. 30 Broadway 

" Edmond M. Jr. shoemaker, h. 11 Willie 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. r. 105 Bellevue ave. 

" Julia, widow of Andre, h. 40 Hillside 

" Ulric, shoemaker, b. 30 Broadway 
Laplante Amie, shoemaker, h. 6 Federal 

" Diogene Jr. shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. n. Bateman 

" John B. shoemaker, h. 11 Federal 

" see Plante 
Lapointe Amelia, widow of Fred, h. 336 River 

" Camille, beater out, h. 62 High 

" Gaudius, b. 40 Mill 

" George, shoemaker, h. 40 Mill 
Laport E. J. tailor, 50 Merrimack,bds. Hotel Bartlett, Main 
Lappin Alex, waiter, 281 River, rms. do. 

" Max, shoemaker, rms. 1 69 River 
Laprell Frank, shoemaker, h. 5 Little River 
Larkin Patrick, morocco dresser, b. 58 Charles 

" William F. hand sewer, h. 26 Auburn 
Lariviere Stanislaus, baker, h. 11 High 

" Stanislaus Mrs. dressmaker, 11 High, b. do. 
Larner John, hairdresser, 120 Merrimack, h. 67 Webster 
Larose Amie, shoemaker, b. 1 1 Oak terrace 
Larrabee Arthur, shoemaker, rms. 48 Pecker 

co~ H. L. TATLOR&TcO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 2(30 DIRECTORY 



Larrabee Charles, shoe cutter, h. 31 Byron, Br. 

" Charles T. clerk, 214 Merrimack, h. 31 Byron, Br. 

" Elwin P. shoe finisher, h. 11 Charles 

" George E. shoemaker, h. 29 Munroe 

" Louise M. Mrs. h. 14 Henry 

" M. Martha, bookkeeper, 28 Merrimack, b. 31 Byron, Br. 

" Newell W. shoemaker, h. 24 Munroe 

" Oscar A. b. 14 Henry 

" Stephen, heel cutter, h. 14 Henry 
Larraway Frank, clerk, rms. 8 Plummer 

" Joseph, shoemaker, bds. 18 Emerson [Summer 

Larsen Christian W. hairdresser, 166 Merrimack, house 74 
Lary Greenleaf H. shoemaker, h. 48 Grove 

" see Leary and O'Leary 
Laskey Eva, bookkeeper, 167 Washington, h. 87 River 

" Harris, clerk, 91 River, h. 87 do. 

" Mary J. widow of John, h. 6 Park 

" Rachel Mrs. (Laskey & Karelitz) 91 River, h. 87 do. 

" & Karelitz (Mrs. Rachel Laskey and Abraham Karelitz) 
grocers, 91 River 
Lassman Samson, waiter, 185^ Merrimack, b. 189 do. 
Lassonde C. Nelson, dentist, 103 Merrimack, rm.lo rms. do. 
Latour Celia, widow of Napoleon, h. 8 Hall 
Latulippe John, stone mason, h. 27 Hilldale ave. 
Laubhan C. Howard, 1 Essex, house 197 Mill 

" Hannah widow of Samuel, h. 22 White 

" Samuel M. student, b. 197 Mill 
Lauder William, cabinet maker, h. 58 Elm, Br. 

" William A. shoe cutter, h. 25 Portland 
Lavallee Dolphis, shoemaker, b. 5 Front, Br. 

" Arsene, shoemaker, h. 5 Front, Br. 

" Arthur P. waiter, 191 Merrimack, b. 5 Front, Br. 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 6^4 Arch ave. 

" Edmund, shoe packer, h. 1 Beach 

" Georgianna Mrs. h. 21 Belevue ave. 

" Joseph, hack driver, 90 Lafayette sq. h. 28 do. 

" Joseph N. hairdresser, 67 Essex b. 28 Lafayette sq. 

" Mary, widow of Pierre, h. 21 Bellevue ave. 

" Narcisse, shoemaker, h. 3^ Little River 

" Narcisse, shoemaker, b. 5 Front, Br. 

" Remi, clerk, 132 Essex, h. 49 Hilldale ave. 

" Telesphore, paper hanger, 8 Fleet, rms. 9 Spring pi. 
Lavelle George H. clerk, 141 Merrimack, h. 25 Stage 

" Louisa, widow, h. 116 High 

" Nellie M. dry goods, 345 Washington, h. 116 High 



HAVERHILL 261 DIRECTORY 



Lavigueur Emile, teacher of Violin, Cramm school of Music 

and Oratory, h. at Boston 
Lavoie Telesphore, shoemaker, h. 15 Hillside 
Law Alfred, plumber, h. 81 Franklin [VV. H. 

" Edgerton B. shoe cutter, b. Ferry rd. opp. Neck rd. 

" Edmund, engineer, Hav. Box Co. h. 18 Maple 

" Herbert, asst. foreman, b. 29 Arch 

" James, spinner, h. 93 Lafyette sq. 

" James C. baker, h. 6 Kent 

" Maria, widow of Joseph, h. 29 Arch 

" Robert, loom fixer, rms. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" William, shoemaker, b. 29 Arch [Eleventh ave. 

Lawrence Marietta Mrs. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 16 

" Napoleon A. foreman, 356 River, h. 51 Hancock 

" Samuel R. carpenter, h. 12 Grove, Br. 

" Walter A. coachman, 2 Windsor, h. 22 Fifth ave. [ave. 

" William N. M. hairdresser, 7 Merrimack, h. 25 Hilldale 

" see St. Lawrence 
Lawson Charles A. farmer and contractor, and prop. Smiley 
Spring Water, h. 726 Main 

" James, laborer, h. r. 157 Main 

" James, operative, b. 25 Arch 

" William, janitor, Union Cong. ch. h. 17 Seventh ave. 
Lay William H. h. 47 Pleasent, Br. 
Laycock Francis A. telegrapher, Haverhill depot, rms. 117 

Emerson 
Layenx Frank, laborer, b. 32 Stage 
LEA INGEBRJGHT, shirt mnfr. 173 Merrimack, h. 

7 Came ave. See page 827 

Leach Cora Belle Mrs. h. 48 Locust 

" Ellen C. widow of James, h. 18 Sixth ave. 

" George, clerk, 51 Water, rms. do. 

" Joseph W. teacher, of singing, Cramm School of Music 
and Oratory, b. 231 Lawrence 

" L. Mrs. cook, h. 78 How 

" Sarah, widow, h, 3 Spring 

" Walter, shoemaker, h. L, cor. S, W. H. 
Leahy Daniel J. soles, taps, etc. 112 Phoenix row, h. 29 
Merrimick, Br. 

" Edward, hatter, b. 276 River 

" Jeremiah, longshoreman, h. 276 River 

" William, laborer, h. 76 Primrose 

" see Lahey 
Lear A. Harvey, clerk 168 Merrimack, h. 56 How 

" Fred W. butter, h. Boston rd. n. Willow ave. VV. H. 



NORMAN S. COLE. 



PAINTING, PAPER HANGING 
9 =AND WHITENING. = 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. Shop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 262 DIRECTORY 



Lear Joseph, barkeeper, 2 Washington, h. 246 do. 

Learned Frank H.shoe cutter, h. 24 Hancock 

Leary Catherine, widow of Timothy, b. 394 Washington 

" Cynthia, widow of Timothy M. h. 12 Edwin 

" John C. prop., The Arlington, 139 Merrimack, rms. do. 

" Joseph, driver, b. 6 Pecker st. ct. 

" see Lary and O' Leary 
Leathers George A. relaster, h. 1 Observatory ave. 

" Perley D. shoemaker, h. 25 Shepherd 
Lea Valborg, shirt maker, 173 Merrimack, b. 7 Came ave. 
Leavitt Celia Mrs. h. 17 Pleasant, Br. 

" Emma V. tailoress, b. 62 Cedar 

" Forrest E. shoe mnfr. 32 Wash. h. Jasper, n. Winona av. 

" Frank J. shoe cutter, h. 1 Marble 

" George B. (G. B. Leavitt & Co.) h. 22 Newcomb 

" G. B. & Co. (George B. Leavitt) shoe mnfrs. 62 Wash. 

" Henry L. teamster, 9 Wash. ave. h. 15 Maxwell 

" Hyman, shoemaker, h. 101^ 2 River 

" Laura A. widow of George E. h. 49 Auburn 

" Theodate, widow of Lewis L. b. 49 Webster 

" Vard, night foreman, L. L. & H. Ry. h. 49 Auburn 
Lebeau Francois X. shoemaker, h. 16 Spruce 
LeBeau Mary J. widow of Belony, h. 9 Spruce 
Lebell William, heel cutter, h. 14 Hillside 
Lebet Jule C. teacher of French, h. 45 Highland ave. 
LeBlanc Alcide J. hatter, h. 55 Prospect, Br. 

" Alphonse, hatter, h. 235 River 

" Alphonse Jr. hat worker, b. 235 River 

" Francis, hat worker, h. 145 River 

" James L. shoemaker, h. 17 Hilldale ave. 

" John, building mover, h. 14 Hillside pi. 

" John H. laborer, 199 Essex, h. 28 Willie 

" John R. dyer, h. 109 Lafayette sq. 

" Joseph, carpenter, rms. 3 High 
LEBLANC JOSEPH, real estate, 103 Merrimack, 
rm. 21, h. 262 Hilldale ave. See page 2 

" Moise, carpenter, h. 33 Hillside 

" Peter, carpenter, h. 61 Hilldale ave. 

" Peter, shoemaker, h. 347 River 

« Peter A. b. 51 Hilldale ave. 

" Pierre G. teamster, 199 Essex, b. 106 Lafayette sq. 

" Reuben, shoemaker, h. 106 Lafayette sq. 

" Samuel, laborer, h. 90 Essex 

" William, clerk, 80 Lafayette sq. h. 247 Essex 

" see White 



HAVERHILL 263 DIRECTORY 

LeBoeuf Oswald, tailor, h. Hilldale ave. n. Monument 

" Ulric, shoemaker, h. 12 Federal 
LeBosquet Albert, h. 20 Arlington 

" Henry, h. 17 Portland 

" Mary N. widow of Charles, h. 40 Arlington 

'* Theodore H. shoe cutter, b. 20 Arlington 
Lebro Joseph, shoemaker, h. Bradley ave. h. Lowell ave. 
LeClair Archille, shoemaker, h. 45 Hilldale ave. 

" Anaustine, shoemaker, h. 00 Bellevue ave. 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 1 1 Oak 

" Clarice, widow of Narcisse, h. 45 Hilldale ave. 

" Elphege, grocer, 9 Spruce, h. do. 

" Louis, shoemaker, h. 45 Hilldale ave. 

" Pierre, teamster, 12 Lafayette sq. b. 45 Hilldale ave. 
Ledoux Charles, plumber, rms. 21 Pecker 

" Stanislas E. plumber, 215 Essex, rms. 216 do. 
Lee Benjamin R. engineer, Knipe Bros. h. Oxford av. W.H 

" Charles W. janitor, Grace church, h. 20^ Newcomb 

" Isabel L. h. 126 Main 

" James H. coachman, 24 Essex, h. 18 Bartlett ave. 

" Joseph H. coachman, 17 Highland ave. h. 8 Webster 

" Joseph H. Jr. shoemaker, h. 6 Travers 

" Ruth E. Mrs. h. 20£ Newcomb *■% 

" William A. engineer, B. & M. R. R. pumping station, ^^ 
h. 25 Locke, Br. pj 

Leeman John H. blacksmith, h. 12 Merrimac, Br. ^as> 

Lefebvre George, blacksmith, b. 284 Groveland ^ 

" Joseph, driver, b. 20 Spruce 

" Joseph, shoe cutter, rms. 349 Washington 

" J. Baptiste, foreman, Kelly Bros, off Main, h. 284 q 
Groveland gm^ 

LeFranc Eugene F. teacher of French, 4 Maxwell, h. do. ■ 

" see Lafrance 
Leftein David, shoemaker, h. 41 Hall < 

LeGacy Charity P. Mrs. h. 5 Hancock 0B m 

" Clarence B. money order clerk, P. O. h. 55 Cedar O ^ 

" Frek A. clerk, 44 Washington, b. 120 Winter -| £ 

" Louis, machine operator, h. 120 Winter § ^ 

Legasse Frank, teamster, 85 Water, h. 107 do. <■< 

" Frank E. shoemaker, h. 20 Grove *D 



Peter, shoemaker, h. 28 Oak 
Peter, teamster, h. 110 Water 



O 



m 



see Lagasse *® 



Legault Adeline Mrs. dressmaker, 86 E. Brondway, h. do. 



Aime, shoemaker, h. 157 Lafayette sq. 



HAVERHILL 2G4 DIRECTORY 



Legault Alfred J. shoemaker, h. 20 Spruce 

" Elzear, shoemaker, b. 42 Spruce 

" Felix, shoemaker, h. 42 Spruce 

" Felix Jr. shoemaker, h. 23 Spruce 

" Georgianna, widow of James, h. 226 Water 

" Isaie, shoemaker, b. 42 Spruce 

" James, shoemaker, h. 31 Spruce 

" Louise, widow of Joseph, h. 214 Groveland 

" Lucy, widow of Antoine, h. 230 Water 

" Peter, laster, b. 226 Water 

" Toussant Jr. heeler, h. 86 E. Broadway 
Leger Andre Mrs. h. 38 High 

" Elzear, shoemaker, b. 308 River [Essex 

" & Coyne (Olide Leger and Thomas Coyne) liquors, 37 
LeGro Frank O. at 50 Merrimack, h. 16 Tenth ave. 

" Leslie B., R. R. clerk, 46 Locke, Br. 

" Lester B. (LeGro & Brown) h. 16 Tenth ave. 

" Lucy P. widow of Francis X. h. 16 Tenth ave. 

" Mitchell P. painter, h. 46 Locke, Br. 

" & Brown (Lester B. LeGro and Fred P. Brown) den- 
tists, 50 Merrimack 
Leiberman Jacob, tailor, h. 39 Varnum fBr. 

Leighton Albert B. supt. at Dover, N. H. h. 5 Cogswell a v. 

" Aloert R. shoe mnfr. r. 98 Wash. h. 110 North av. 

" Benjamin F. h. 42 White 

" B. F. & Co. (Jackson Webster and H. E. Prescott) 
whol. grocers, Bachelder 

" Charles H. top lift cutter, h. 39 Ninth ave. 

" Charles I. shoe cutter, rms. 4 Porter 

" Charles N. sole cutter, h. 81 Auburn 

" Charles P. lodging house, 17 Vine 

" Charles S. sole cutter, h. 89 Lincoln ave. 

" C. N. Mrs. dressmaker, 81 Auburn, h. do. 

" Edith M. telephoner, 186 Merrimack, b. 39 Ninth av. 

" Ellen M. dressmaker, 33 Merrimack, h. do. 

" Emma J. shoe stitcher, rms. 136 Winter 

" Ethel, telephoner, 186 Merrimack, b. 39 Ninth ave. 

" George F. h. 17 Dudley 

" George H. car conductor, h. 21 Proctor 

" George H., McKay operator, h. 73 Locke 

" George T. bookeeper, 356 River, h. 278 Main 

" Harriet M. and Abbie, h. 34 Franklin 

'< Harry W. shoes, 193 Merrimack, b. 17 Dudley 

" Jason C. b. 21 Proctor 

" Jesse, shoemaker, b. 5 Baldwin 



HAVERHILL 265 DIRECTORY 



Leighton John E. shoe cutter, h. 278 Main 

" Mary, h. 39 Oak 

" Nettie, widow of William H. h. 16 Park 

" Sarah E. widow, b. 107 Chestnut 

" Sewall K. shoe cutter, h. Davis, opp. Silver 

« Walter M. student, b. 110 North ave. 

" Walter S. carpenter, h. Gile, opp. schoolhouse 
Leith Frank (Leith & McDonald) h. Winona av. n. Tasper 
LEITH & MCDONALD (Frank Leith and William 
McDonald) florist, Primrose, n. Dustin sb. See 
page 17 
Leland Calvin E. b. 6 Henry 

" Charles F. shoe stitching, 102 Wash. h. 6 Henry 
Lemay Dona, shoemaker, h. View, next River 

" Isai, shoemaker, b. 347 River 

" Napoleon, lineman, h. 12 Beach 
Lemerise Treffle, brickmaker, h. 4 Lafayette ave. 
Lemieux Henry, special police, h. 64 Main 
Lemire Adelord, shoemaker, h. 109 Lafayette sq. 

" Archille, shoemaker, h. 97 Locke 

" Rose, shoe stitcher, h. r. 15 Arch 

" William, shoemaker, h. r. 10 Hillside pi. 

" see Lalumiere 
Lemont Charles S. mngr. 17 Main, h. 15 Ringgold 

" see Lamont 
Lennon George T. city editor, Gazette, h. 144 Main 

" Grace M. waitress, 139 Merrimack, rms. do. 

" Joanna, widow of Patrick, h. 7 Beach 

" John J. leather cutter, h. 32 Eighth ave. 
Lennox George W. (Lennox & Briggs) h. 188 Main, Br. 
LENNOX & BRIGGS (George W. Lennox and 
Charles L. Briggs) morocco mnfrs. r. 22 Duncan. 
See page 811 
Leonard Arthur W. carpenter, h. 110 Bellevue ave. 

" Charles F. bottom finisher, h. 26 Myrtle 

" Eastman F. lineman, b. 26 Myrtle 

" Elizabeth, h. 27 Merrimack, Br. 

" John B. b. 345 River 

" Mary A. prin. River st. kindergarten, b. 19 Summer 

" M. Edward, shoe cutter, b. 50 Howard 

" Owen, marble cutter, h. 45 Broa iway 

" Seraphin, shoemaker, h. 345 River 

" see Learned 
Leriche Arthur, shoemaker, b. 70 Beach 

" Louis, shoemaker, h. 70 Beach 




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HAVERHILL 266 DIRECTORY 



Leriche Lucien L. clerk, 295 River, rms. 70 Beach 
Lerock Herman F. shoemaker, rms. 60 How 
Leslie Charles, shoemaker, h. 5 John 

" Edward, h. 17 Vestry 

" Ernest A. clerk, h. 5 John 
LESLIE PERLEY, dry goods, millinery and kitchen 
furnishings, 28 to 40 Merrimack, h. 36 Webster. 
See page 824 

" Sarah E. widow of William L. h. 36 Webster 

" William H. foreman 30 Wingate, h. 63 Kimball, Br. 
Letendre Louis Mrs. h. 15 Grove 
Letourneau Fred, shoe packer, h. 195 Washington 
Letter Bert, teamster, h. 1 Jordan 
Leveille Arthur G. dry goods, h. 2 Hilldale ave. 

" Edmund, shoe packer, h. 1 Beach 

" Joseph, laborer, b. 6 Mill 

« Sarah Mrs. h. 6 Mill 
Letteney Fred C. bookkeeper, r. 262 Winter, b. 16 White 
Levia Louis M. foreman, 25 Ashland and cigars, etc. 24. 
Winter, b. 13 Vestry 

" Mary L. h. 13 Vestry 

" Rufus J. hostler, 25 Ashland, h. 13 Vestry [Currier pi. 
Levine Bernhard, peddler, and clothing, 51 River, h. 1 
Levis Charles, laborer, h. 78 Franklin 

" Eugene, clerk, 11 Railroad sq. b. 13 Norfolk 

" John, shoemaker, h. 13 Norfolk 

" John Jr., clerk, 9 John, bds. 13 Norfolk 

" Samuel, b. 78 Franklin 

" Samuel, clerk, 22 Primrose, b. 13 Norfolk 

" Simon, shoemaker, bds. 78 Franklin 
Levinton Frank, pedler, b. 23 Ayer 
Lewis Albert E. tip finisher, h. 6 Victoria ct. 

" A. Lincoln, farmer, b. M. J. Lewis', W. H. 

" Carrie A. Mrs. dressmaker, 60 Main, Br. h. do. 

" Charles W. sub. clerk, P. O. h. 89 Grove 

" Clarence, student, b. 60 Main, Br. 

" Ellen, widow of Lorenzo, h. 9 Carlton place 

" Ellen M. rms. 60 White 

" Ernest L. shoe cutter, b. M. J. Lewis', W. H. 

" Frank, shoe cutter, h. 69 Jackson 

" George B. (Lewis & Carlton) bds. 59 Highland ave. 

" George H. shoe pattern maker, rms. 15 Pecker 

" Herman E. shoe mnfr. 138 Wash. h. 120 Grove 

" Irving, shoemaker, h. 60 Main, Br. 

" James N. h. 59 Highland ave. 



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Lewis Martha J. widow of Austin G. h. Ferry, n. R. R., 
W. H. 

" Samuel D. pattern maker, h. Park ave. Br. 

" Thaddeus Austin, shoemaker, b. M. J. Lewis', W. H. 

" Walter C. (W. C. Lewis Shoe Co.) h. 199 Mill 

" Warren T. painter, h. Bateman, cor. Lapierre 

" William, shoe cutter, h. 170 Main 

" William B. compositor, Gazette, h. 46 White 

« W. C. Shoe Co. (Walter C. Lewis) end Hale 

" & Carlton (George B. Lewis and Albert G. Carlton) 
counter mnfrs. 42 Phoenix row 
Lewitzsky Thomas, junk, Merrill's, ct. h. 46 River 
Libbey Frank R. paper hanger, h. 7 Reed 

" Estelle E. asst. matron 195 Main, rms. do. 

" G. Preston, pattern maker, b. 34 Park, Br. 

" Hannah, widow of John B. h. 231 Main, Br. 

" Harry A. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 34 Park, Br. 

" Major S. tinsmith, h. 34 Park, Br. 

u Merton, agent, 114 Wash. b. Hotel Thorndike 

"" Thomas, h. 10 North 

" Thomas P. relaster, rms. 1 3 Jackson 
Libby Arthur G. box maker, b. 9 Peabody, Br. 

" Asa.M. Mrs. rms. 7 Auburn 

" Benjamin I. shoemaker, h. 65 Hancock 

" Emelus A. carpenter, b. 233 Washington 

" Ethel C. teacher, 72 Merrimack, b. at Merrimack 

" Fred H. shoe cutter, h. 102 Prospect, Br. 

" Isabella M. widow of Irving R. h. 18 Orchard 

" John C. pressman, 4 Main, h. at Groveland 

" Merton, agent, rms. 99 Emerson 

" Napoleon, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington sq. 
Liberty Florin, U. S. A. b. 174 Main 

" Julia A. widow of Thomas C. h, 174 Main [Arlington 
Lilly Alice M. teacher, Thos. E. Burnham school, b. 16 

" George, hatter, rms. 15 Wash. ave. 

" John B. hatter, h. 15 Wash. ave. 
Lincoln Fred E. compositor, Gazette, h. 10 Pecker st. ct. 

" Herbert S. carriage painter, 5 Colby, Br. h. do. 
Lindenhoven Peter, shoemaker, rms. 25 Franklin 
Lindsay Edwin A. stitcher, h. 401 Washington 

" George P. L. carpenter, rms. Ill Emerson 

•' Ralph B. clerk, b. 401 Washington 
Lindsey Eleanor, widow of Nathaniel, h. 43 Webster 
Linehan Charles, printer, 80 Wash. b. 25 Warren, Br. 

" John J. prop. Eagle House, 25 Main, h. do. 

SffiE H. L. TAYLOR &CJT 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 263 DIRECTORY 



Linehan William F. printer, 80 Wash. h. 25 Warren, Br. 
Linnehan Daniel J. b. 18 Charles, Br. 

•* Daniel W. shoe cutter, h. 16 Warren, Br. 

" Dennis, job wagon. Washington sq. h. 20 Kimball, Br. 

" George, clerk, 67 Main, Br. b. 16 Warren, do. 

" George P. laborer, h. 30 Lewis 

" Henry A. clerk, Main cor. White, b. 25 Warren, Br. 

" John, teamster, h. 18 Charles, Br. 

" John, laborer, h. 26 Dexter 

" J. Benjamin, b. 25 Warren, Br. 

" Margeret, widow of Martin J. h. 4 J Dexter 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 40 Locke, Br. 

" Patrick A. laborer, h. 25 Warren, Br. 

" Samuel M. shoemaker, b. 25 Warren, Br. 

" Thomas E. clerk, 145 Merrimack, b. 20 Kimball, Br. 

" Timothy J. shoemaker, h. 3 Kimball 
Linton John, shoemaker, rms. 53 Pecker 
Liston John, shoemaker, b. 16 Primrose [comb 

Litchfield L. Frank, clerk, Lennox & Briggs, b. 20 New- 
Little Albion J. Mrs. h. 120 Emerson 

" Annie Mrs. shoe worker, h. 10 Washington ave. 

" Chailes Mrs. tailoress, h. 4 Proctor ave. [Plaistow rd. 

" Dollie J. widow of Moses C. h. with Asa M. Kimball, 

" Edward, mill hand, b. 110 Bellevue ave. 

" Edward W. shoemaker, h. Wharf lane, R. V. [Franklin 

" Emma, widow of William, forewoman, 93 Essex, h. 34 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. 40 Emerson 

" George S. shoemaker, h. 7 White 

" George W. shoe cutter, h. 7 Chick ave. 

" Herbert C. clerk, 133 Merrimack, b. 10 Fountain 

" J. Frank, shoe cutter, b. 6 Worthen pi. 

u Linus H. carpenter, h. 10 Fountain 

" May, bookkeeper, Main, c. Water, h. 120 Emerson 

" Otis E. cashier, Merchants Nat. Bank, h. 20 Highland 
avenue 

" Robert T. shoe cutter, h. 10 Washington ave. 

" William C. farmer, h. 540 Main 
Little's Amesbury and Merrimac Express, 31 Merrimack 
Littleneld Albert L. h. Neck rd. Br. 

" Arthur H. carpenter, 216 Groveland, h. do. 

" Charles A. carpenter, h. 171 Salem, Br. 

" Frank E. drug clerk, 333 Wash. b. 216 Groveland 

" George E. Rev. pastor, First Parish Unit, church, h. 37 
Brockton ave. 

" Grace B. clerk, 365 River, h. 216 Groveland 



HAVEKHILL 2l)9 DIRECTORY 



L 



Littlefield Hannah C. widow of Thomas L. h. 65 How 

" Hazen S. h. 23 Kenoza ave. 

" Horace T. janitor, Whittier school, h. 63 How 

" Jennie P. bookkeeper, 59 Main, Br. b. 171 Salem, do. 

" Josiah M. architect, 69 Merrimack, h. 13 Summer 

" Lizzie C. teacher oil painting, 13 Summer, b. do. 

" Lizzie O. widow of George H. h. 130 Cedar 
Litzerman Jacob, shoemaker, h. 4 Currier pi. 
Livingston Edward H. cook, rms. 6 Walnut 

" Frank N. (F. N. Livingston & Co.) h. 226 Main 

" Fred C. foreman, 17 Sanders pi. rms. 70 Emerson 

" F. N. & Co. (Frank N. Livingston) heels, etc. 17 San- 
ders place 

". James S. carpenter, h. E, c. Y, W. H. 

" Murray H. 17 Sanders pi. b. 336 Main 

" Ralph N. 17 Sanders pi. h. 60 Hancock 

" Samuel A. clerk, h. 39 Mernmac, Br. [Br. 

Lloyd Atwood J. letter carrier, h. 11 New Hampshire ave. 

" Owen, sole cutter, h. 4 Mt Dustin ave. 
Lobdell Abbie A. widow of Walter, h. 24 Coffin ave. 
Locke Charles E. agent, 114 Wash. b. Hotel Thorndike 

" Fred E. clerk, 132 Merrimack, h. 17 Whittier 

" James I., Goodyear operator, h. 115 Portland 

" Mary E. Mrs. h. 1 Tremont 

" Susan E. widow of Reuben L. h. 33 Pleasant, Br. 

" Thomas W. driver, 696 Main, b. do. [Br. 

Lockett Charles D. foreman, Rowe & Swett, h. 35 Byron, 
Lockhart Alexander, carpenter, h. 81 Kimball, Br. 

" Laura E. bookkeeper, b. 76 Arlington [land 

Locklin Edgar A. (Haverhill Charcoal Co.) rms. 20 Port- 
Lockwood James, carpenter, 17 N. H. ave. Br. h. do. 

" John E. clerk, b. 17 N. H. ave. Br. 

" O. Howard, shoe packer, h. 16 Hancock 

" Samuel, carpenter, h. 23 Magnolia ave. 

" William, carpenter, h. Hyatt ave. Br. 
Logan Herman L. car conductor, h. 4 Marble 
Lombard Harriet A. widow of Joseph, h. 16 New, Br. 

" Sewell J. F. clerk, b. 16 New, Br. 
Londergan Joseph, longshoreman, h. 38 Kimball, Br. 
Lonergan John A. bookkeeper, Wash. h. r. 4 Summit ave. 
Long Blanche, milliner, 28 Merrimack, b. 51 Moore 

" Edward F. box maker, h. 15 Jackson 

" Prank, cabinet maker, h. 34 Kimball, Br. 

" John D. bar clerk, 32 Water, h. 84 Franklin 

" Paul C. box maker, h. 51 Moore 

NflMAN H HOT fi carpenter and builder 

11U111I1XU1 a, UUllli, MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 
Oil Sasles and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 270 DIRECTORY 



Longfellow Bertha N. Mrs. h. 32 Pleasant 

" Ellis VV. optician, 26 Merrimack, h. 1 Twelfth ave. 

" Frank E. mnfg. optician, 26 Merrimack, h. Ferry rd. c. 
Riverview, W. H. 

" George P. asst. shipper, 42 Merrimack, b. 32 Pleasant 

" John C. F. engineer, b. 52 Main, Br, 
Longfellow Nathan, h. 52 Main, Br. 
Langley Charles M. cabinet maker, 10 Pleasant, h. 51 Green 

" Harry R. h. 3 Cottage 
Loomis Charles E. h. 62 Summer 

" Edward A. asst. undertaker, 39 Main, h. 37 do. 
Loosoian Jacob (Loosoian & Co.) 341 Washington, rms. 
89 High [store, 341 Washington 

" & Co. (Jacob Loosoian and Vartagas Chaluk) variety 
Lord Arthur E. printer, h. 60 Linwood 

" Charles E. driver, h. 14 Summer, Br. 

" Etta, shoemaker, h. 194 Merrimack 

" Franceina R. widow of George, h. 1 7 Marshall 

" Frank, clerk, b. 69 Main, Br. 

" Frank, farmer, h. Salem, n. Groveland line, Br. 

" George H. carpenter, h. 69 Main, Br. 

" Harry B. stock fitter, h. 69 Belmont ave. 

" Jennie, Mrs. boarding house, 92 Locke 

" John R. painter, h. 92 Locke 

" John W. shoe repairer, r. 312 Washington, rms. 312 do. 

" J. Bertram, rms. 17 Nichols 

" William C. h. 513 Salem, Br. 

" William M. carpet layer, h. 312 Washi ngton 
Lorden Dennis, shoe cutter, h. 2 John 

" Jeremiah, teamster, 198^ Merrimack, h. 89 Franklin 

" John, laborer, h. 2 John 
Loring Herbert L foreman, 31 Granite, b. 288 Washington 

" Mary, h. 1 7 Pentucket 

" William H. heel shaver, h. 288 Washington 
Lothrop Alvia D. shoemaker, h. Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Charles L. shoemaker, b. Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Horace W. laster, h. Kingsbury ave. Br. 
Loucks Fannie, widow, dressmaker, 14 Hazeltine, Br. b. do. 
Loud J. W. Mrs. dressmaker, 2 Eighth ave. h. do. 
" Lulu, shoeworker, rms. 34 Grand 
" Mary E. b. 16 Johnson 
" Samuel O. carriage trimmer, rms. 43 Main 
11 Stanley W. shoemaker, b. 2 Eighth ave. 
Lougee Edward, edge setter, h. 321 River 

" Edwin A. musician and piano tuner, 51 Portland, h. do. 



HAVERHILL 271 DIRECTORY 

CO 



Lougee Frank VV. painter, h. r. 44 Kimball, Br. 
Loughlin James, laborer, b. 23 Maple 

" Thomas, laborer, b. 23 Maple 
Lovejoy Andrew, carpenter, h. 61 Auburn 

" Blanche S. teacher, Winter st. school, h. 1 Arlington pi. 

" Charles H. shoe cutter, h. 11 Marion 

•' Fred S. packer, b. 61 Auburn 

" Margaret W. teacher, High school, h. 1 Arlington pi. 

" Mary, widow of George, b. 18 Church, Br. 

" Olive J. teacher, Walnut sq. school, b. 61 Auburn 

" Ophelia M. A. widow of Dr. Oliver S. h. 1 Arlington pi. 
Lovely Edmond, shoemaker, h. 163 Washington 

" Ella, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. Lowell ave. 

" Frank N. shoemaker, h. Lowell ave. bey. Forest 

" John H. shoe finisher, h. 77 Temple 

•' Joseph, medicines, 6 Little River, h. do. 

" J. Granville, clerk, 122 Emerson, b. 6 Little River 

" Louis, shoemaker, b. F. N. Lovely's 
Lovenng Etta, Mrs. h. 23 Myrtle 

" Frank H. teamster, rms. 8 Walnut 

" Harriet E. widow of Charles, h. 8 Walnut 

" Herbert, train baggage master, h. 8 N. H. ave. Br. 

" John, teamster, b. 3 Garden ct. 

" Luke W. lodging house, 1 1 1 Emerson 

" Perly O. shoemaker, h. 3 Garden ct. 
Lovett George H. bookkeeper, 31 Merrimack, rms. 44 Stage 
Low Addie, h. 22 How 

" Chew, laundry, 362^ Washington, rms. do. 
Lowe Henry R. carpenter, h. 34 Cedar 

" Solomon W. musician, h. 59 Vestry 

" William S. h. 108 Chestnut 
Lowell Jerry M. milkman, 2 Prospect, h. do. [Forest 

" John N. pastor, W. Cong, church, h. Broadway, bey. < 
Lowry Emerson P. shoemaker, h. 24 Washington ave. c p| 

Lowther Edward W. leather roller, h. 33 school Z^ 

Lucas Arthur, edge setter, h. 23 Eleventh ave. O < 

" George W. shoe cutter, h. 47 High Ep 

" John H. shoe cutter, b. 336 Washington f" 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 43 Hilldale ave. qZ 

" Lillian T. teacher, Greenleaf school, b. 336 Washington p-O 

" Smith VV. shoemaker, h. 336 Washington [ave. D"H 

Luce Bros. (Fred A. and William D.) florists, 158 Kenoza " CO 

" Charles A. clerk, 30 Main, h. 55 Elm, Br. W 

" Dycer, Mrs. forewoman, rms. 7 Dustin 

" Fred A. (Luce Bros.) h. 154 Kenoza ave. 



HAVERHILL 272 DIRECTORY 



I. M. LUCE, D. D. S. 

72 Merrimack Street, 
HAVERHILL - MASS 

Office Hours: 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 



LUCE IRVING M. dentist, 72 Merrimack, rms. 2 
and 4, rms. Hotel Bartlett. See above 

" Lillian L. nurse, b. 154 Kenoza ave. 

" Lydia, widow of Merrill O. h. 154 Kenoza ave. 

" Martha E. widow of Miles, h. 72 How 

" Merrill O. student, b. 154 Kenoza ave. 

" William, shoemaker, rms. 61 Emerson 

" William D. (Luce Bros.) b. 154 Kenoza ave. 
Lucey David J. h. 50 Temple 

" see Lucy 
Luchini Caesar, fruit, h. 15 Pecker 
Luchinsky Mika, hat worker, h. 110 River 
Lucier Albert M. shoe buffer, h. 5 Hilldale ave. 

" Cleophas, shoemaker, 32 Locust, h. 30 y 2 Broadway 

" John VV. shoemaker, h. 255 Winter 

" Julius, U. S. A., rooms 3 Newell 

" Mary D. Mrs. h. 5 Hilldale ave. 

" Nectaire C. salesman, 13 Wash. sq. h. 172 Winter 

" Omer, last maker, h. 67 High 
Lucy Daniel, laborer, h. 31 Harrison 

" George F. shoemaker, h. 173 Water 

" John, farmer, b. George F. Giles', Crystal * 

" John B. laster, h. 52 Moore 

" John O. police, h. 72 Portland 

" Patrick, laborer, b. 31 Harrison 

" Patrick P. laborer, h. 75 Sixth ave. 

" see Lucey 
Lufkin Caroline, widow of Edwin, h. 123 Water 

" Elbridge, shoemaker, h. 4 Elm 



HAVEKHILL 273 DIRECTORY 




LUFKIN ELBRIDGE H. sign painter, 7 and 9 
Fleet, h. 2 Tenth ave. See above 

" George K. stock fitter, h. 153 Main 
Lufler Frederick J. lawyer, 91 Merrimack, h, 15 Auburn 
Lunt William C. farmer, h. North av. bey. Passaconway av. 
Lurvey Charles W. janitor, Crowell school, h. 54 Haverhill 

" James T. h. 59 Groveland 
Luscomb Herbert, painter, h. 23 Arch ave. 
Lutts Elmer Mrs. h. 93 Franklin 
Lydecker Frank, shoemaker, rms. 31 Emerson 
Lynch Alice G. Mrs. h. 47 How 

" Anna, widow of Robert A. h 38 Kenoza 

" Daniel W. farmer, h. Lowell ave. bey. Forest 

" Daniel W., U. S. A. b. D. W. Lynch's, Lowell ave. 

" Dennis, shoemaker, h. 3 Varnum 

11 Edward, teamster, h. 7 Warren, Br. 

" Frank B. heel cutter, h. 179 Primrose 

" Henry, canvasser, b. Merrill's ct. 

" Jeremiah, city laborer, h. 41 Kimball, Br. 

" Jeremiah, hatter, h. 3 Varnum 

" John, R. R. conductor, h. 21 Myrtle 

" John A. shoe mnfr. 61 Wingate, h. 19 North ave. 

" Joseph, U. S. A. b. D. W. Lynch's, Lowell ave. 

" Margaret, widow of Henry, h. 10 Maple 

" Mary F. widow of Thomas, h. 41 Lewis 




JBusiness and Sh orth an d. >j>; l0lt e us for office Mei P . 



IIAVEKHILL 274 DIRECTORY 



Lynch Michael, fgt. handler, h. 48 Washington ave. 

" Michael J. leather roller, h. 32 High 
Lynn James J. shoemaker, b. 31 Primrose 

" John J. heel cutter, h. 93 Bellevue ave. 

" Peter, shoemaker, h. 1 1 Carleton pi. 

" Thomas F. shoemaker, h. 93 Bellevue ave. 
Lyonaise Alexandre, shoemaker, h. 30 Bellevue ave. 

" Philomene G. widow of Alexandre, h. 30 Bellevue ave. 
Lyons Alfred E. (A. E. Lyons & Co.) h. 3 Bryon, Br. 

" A. E. & Co. (Alfred E. Lyons( cigar mnfrs. 108 Mer- 
rimack 

" Mary, clerk, 140 Merrimack, b. 199 River 

" R. Emmett, clerk, 1 Washington, b. 199 River 

" Robert T. h. 199 River 

" William, coachman, 56 Broadway, b. do. 

MACCALLUM BESSIE M. bookkeeper, 62 Washington, 

b. 22 Newcomb 
MacCracken W. M. foreman, 31 Granite, h. at Plaistow 
MacCusich Archibald, shoemaker, h. 1 Observatory ave. 

" Hugh, shoemaker, h. 21 Pilling 
MacDonald Fred L. shoe cutter, b. 148 Merrimack 

" Nellie L. Mrs. lodging house, 148 Merrimack 

" William F. shoemaker, h. 148 Merrimack 
Macdonald Elizabeth A. widow, h. 382 Washington 

" Jean F. bookkeeper, h. 382 Washington 
Macdougall Duncan, physician, 131 Main, h. do. 

" John, salesman, h. 35^> Kenoza 

" see McDougall [Gibbon's 

MacGibbon Bessie, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. J. M. Mac- 

" John M. shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont 
Mace Nathaniel T. farmer, h. c. Plaistow and Newton rds. 
MacFarland, Joseph, engineer, mis. 195 Washington 
Mack Frank M. b. 10 Dustin 

" John, frrm hand, F. G. Nichols, Amesbury rd. b. do. 

" John J. police, h. 31 Salem, Br. 

" May, clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 396 Washington 

" Margaret O. and Mary, h. 10 Dustin 

" Thomas E. shoe cutter, b. 10 Dustin 
MACKENZIE BROS. (William and Daniel) tailors, 
r. 74 Merrimack. See page 824 

" Daniel (MacKenzie Bros.) h. at Brockton 

" William (MacKenzie Bros.) h. 18 Tenth ave. 
MacKinney Frederick S. b. H. E. Collum's, Main, Br. 

" Herbert T. shoemaker, b. H. E. Collum's, Main, Br. 



HAVERHILL 275 DIRECTORY 



MacKinnon Frances, bookkeeper, 58 White, b. 5 Franklin 
MacLain John D. car conductor, rms. 383 Washington 
Macomber Harry F. civil engineer, 3 Water, rms. 81 Main 

" Hiram, plumber, b. 29 Orchard [Br. 

Madden Alice D. teacher, Corliss Hill school, b. 102 Elm, 

" Dennis H. shoe cutter, h. 102 Elm, Br. 

" Edward J. gardener, b. 102 Elm, Br. 

" John S. shoe cutter, b. 102 Elm, Br. 

" Margaret, widow of Jehn, h. 102 Elm, Br. 

" Mary E. clerk, 260 River, b. 102 Elm, Br. 

" Michael F. student, b. 102 Elm, Br. 

" Thomas, laborer, gas works, h. 1 1 4 Franklin 
Maehiing A. C. hairdresser, 9 Wash. h. 14 Henry 
Magee Bernard F. shoemaker, h. 59 Harrison 

" Jennie Mrs. h. 4 Plummer 

" John, stock fitter, b. 253 Winter 

" James, shoe cutter, b. 253 Winter 

" William, clerk, 98 River, h. 253 Winter 

" see McGee 
Magerson Carl, fireman, rms. 7 Orchard 
Magison Fred H. station agent's asst. b. 7 Orchard 
Magnant Frank, mill hand, h. 1£ Hale 
Magoon Alice E. widow of William H. rms. 8 Porter 

" Henry, shoemaker, rms. 170 Winter 

" Henry E. cementer, h. 31 Groveland 

" Perley R. clerk, C.H.Tarleton's,Cross rd. W. H.b.n.do. 
Magrath Charles F. engineer, h. 107 Water 

" Ithama W. shoemaker, b. 8 Observatory ave. 

" see McGrath 
Maguire Catherine Mrs. dry goods, 28 Primrose, h. do. 

" Charles F. foreman, 260 River, h. 81 Fountain 

" Daniel H. (D. H. Maguire & Co) h. 7 Summer, Br. 

" D. H. & Co. (Daniel H. Maguire) mnfg. druggist, 22 
Main, Br. 

" James D. salesman, h. 74 Fountain 

" John E (Thayer, Maguire & Field) shoe mnfr. 260 
River, h. Ill Main 

" Peter, shoemaker, rms. 1 Gilbert ave. 

" Terrence, shoemaker, b. 165 Essex 

" Thomas J. ins. agt. h. 55 Merrimac, Br. 
Mahan Nellie, weaver, h. 40 High 

" Sarah, widow, h. 40 High 
Maher Ellen T. h. 15 Rose 

" Rose C. shoe trimmer, h. 29 Grove 
Mahon Frank A. h. 321 Washington 

co'XZ',, H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 276 DIRECTORY 



Mahon Mary, shoemaker, rms. 58 Emerson 
Mahoney Annie Mrs. h. 5 Beacon 

" Catherine, h. 30 Primrose 

" Cornelius C. liquors, 28 Locust, h. 54 Bellevue ave. 

" Dennis, teamster, 85 Water, h. 86 Franklin 

" Dennis J. hairdresser, 120 Merrimack, rms. 101 Winter 

" Hannah, widow of Thomas, h. 12 Varnum 

" James, shoemaker, h. 5 Rose 

" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 80 Fifth ave. 

" Jeremiah J. shoemaker, h. 71 Pecker 

" John, hatter, b. 19 Beach 

" John, laborer, h. 41 High 

" John F. stock fitter, h. 35 Charles 

" John H. heel cutter, h. 37 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" John R. horse clipper, b. 18 Elm 

" Lena F. bookkeeper, 60 Wash. b. 70 Merrimack 

" Mark W. fish, r. 53 Sixth ave. h. 53 do. 

" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 22 Dudley 

" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, , h. 37 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Michael, coachman, 46 Mt. Vernon, h. 43 Chestnut 

" Nora, widow of John, h. 18 Elm 

" Norah, widow of Charles, h. 19 Beach 

" William J. shoemaker, h. 70 Merrimack 

" William M. coachman, 49 Summer, b. 43 Chestnut 
Mailey Albert H. rms. 70 Emerson 

" Helen, clerk, 98 Merrimack, b. off Salem, Br. 

" Herbert M. solecutter, h. 5 New Hampshire ave. Br. 

" John, shoemaker, h. off Salem, opp. Maynard, ave. Br. 
Maillet Alphonse, shoemaker, h. 117£ Lafayette sq. 
Mailloux Alexander, leather roller, h. 37 Hilldale ave. 

" Edward, leather chips, 217 Essex, h. 219 do. 

" Edward Jr. special police, h. 234 Essex 

" Francis L. leather roller, h. 259 River [h. do. 

Mailman Belle Starrett Mrs. teacher stenography, 44 How, 

" Harry A. clerk, 113 Wash. b. 119 ElnCBr. 
Maistrovsky Lewis, h. 269 River 

" Jacob, shoe dealer, b. 259 River 

" Max, shoes, 67 River, h. 71 do. 

" Sam, shoemaker, h. 259 River 
Major George, shoemaker, b. 6^ Baldwin 
Makepeace Elmer W. (D. D." Alley & Co.) grocer, 29 

Water, h. 18 Doa'ne, Br. 
Makin Joseph, farm hand, h. 6 Pecker st. ct. 

" William E. driver, 113 Washington, h. 7 Orchard 
Malbon Bessie L. milliner, 67 Merrimack, b. 87 Grove 



HAVERHILL 277 DIRECTORY 



Malbon Charles J. shoe heeler, h. 87 Grove 
" Charles P. electrician, b. 87 Grove 
" Hannah E. widow, b. 18 Byron, Br. 
" Milton D. shoe mnfr. 22 Phoenix row, house 15 
Observatory ave. 
Malcolm Frederick, peddler, h. 6 Garfield 

" Frederick G. foreman, h. 17 Observatory ave. 
Maley Charles, shoemaker, h. 10 Pleasant, Br. 

" Mary L. and Catherine, shoe workers, h. 58 Central 
Mallen Owen, fruit, h. 28 Elm 

" Owen, Jr. fruit, b. 28 Elm 
Malloy James, laborer, h. 17 Maple 
Maloney Charles, student, b. 133 Franklin 

" Hugh, shoemaker, b. 18 New 

" John E. shoe cutter, b. 133 Franklin 

« John H. clerk, 257 Winter, h. r. 329 Essex 

" Leander J. shoe finisher, b. r. 229 Essex 

" Mary A. widow of Patrick, h. 133 Franklin 

" Thomas, shoemaker, rms. 34 Grand 

" Thomas, shoemaker, b. 18 New 

" William, laborer, house 18 New 

" William H. shoe cutter, b. 133 Franklin 
Mandell Jacob, shoemaker, h. 14 Hall 
Maney Daniel, carpenter, h. 7 York 

MANEY MAURICE H. builder, Stevens, office 47 
Merrimack, h. 206 Lawrence. See back binding 
and page 818 
Mangan Edward H. letter carrier, h. 84 Broadway 

" Matthew J. salesman, h. 115 Emerson 

" William J. waiter, 185 Wash. rms. 7 Portland 
Mangarpan Louis, shoemaker, h. 20 Florence ave. 
Manhattan Market, 200 Merrimack 
Manicas Cokirtts M. fruit, 15 Locke 
Mann John, laborer, h. 65 Dexter 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 4 Stewart 
Manna Salvator, tailor, h. 226 Wash. 
Manning Charles J. carpenter, house 6 Ford 

" Ellen, widow of Bryan, h. 89 Franklin 

" Eri C. cabinetmaker, h. Amesbury rd. opp. schoolhouse 

" Ernest A. cigar maker, h. 8 Grove 

" John H. shoemaker, b. 14 Freeman 

" Lester G. butcher, b. Eri C. Manning's 

" Louis G. shoemaker, h. 14 Freeman 

" Malachi N. tailor, h. 2 Garden 

" Marie C. tailoress, h. 2 Garden 



NORMAN S. COLE. 



PAINTING, PAPER HANGING 
w =AND WHITENING. = 

4 KimUall Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 278 DIRECTORY 



Manning Walter, shoe cutter, b. 11 Kent 

" Walter J. plumber's helper, r. 22 Main, b. 2 Garden 

" Warren, shoe cutter, b. 11 Kent 

" William, shoe cutter, b. 20 Orchard 

" William, shoe cutter h. 1 1 Kent 

" William P. tailor, b. 2 Garden 
Mansell Fred (Virgin & Mansell) soles, etc. base, 88 Wash 

h. at Plaistow 
Mansfield Charles C. foreman, 31 Granite, h. 41 Howard 

" Fred, shoemaker, rms. 3 Walnut 

" George S. painter, h. 70 Summer 

" Willis H. shoemaker, h. 41 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Winfield L. stock fitter, h. 5 Fifth ave. 
Manson John T. salesman, h. 22 Lawrence 
Mansur Charles K. foreman, 218 River, h. 17 Sheridan 

" Frank D. shoe cutter, h. 39 Byron, Br. 

" George H. stone contractor, 14 Davenport, h. do. 

" Martha P. widow of Henry W. h. 5 Richmond 

" Martin, rms. 27 Fountain [lington 

Manthorne George E. mngr. 198 Merrimack, rms. 4 Ar- 
Manukian Ostlan, laborer, h. 45 Myrtle st. exten. 
Marable Jesse Rev. pastor, Calvary Bap. Church, h. 23 

Dudley 
Marble Alice M. teacher, Walnut sq. school, h. 35 Franklin 

" Arthur H. farmer, h. 312 Kenoza 

" Augustus B. trav. salesman, h. 566 Wash. 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 12 Arch 

" George H. upholsterer, 11 Main, bds. 41 Fifth ave. 

" George P. boats to let, r. 20 Washington square, house 
41 Fifth ave. 

" Harry, farm hand, Benj. Jenkins, S. Cross rd. Br. b. do. 

" Hattie Mrs. dressmaker, rms. 12 Oak 

" Hiram O. truant officer, h. 7 Mechanic 

" Horace W. Mrs. b. 258 Washington 

" Horace W. shoemaker, b. 566 Wash. 

" Isaac H. farmer and milkman, h. off* S. Cross rd. Br. 

" John H. shoemaker, house 35 Franklin 

" John K. clerk, 97 Main, Br. h. 108 do. 

" John O. grocer, 22 Locke, Br. h. 20 do. 

" Walter P. drug clerk, 50 White, h. 6 Sixth ave. 

" William F. hats, 17 Emerson, b. 7 Mechanic 

" William N. farmer, house S. Cross rd. Br. 
Marcelais Alfred, trimming cutter, h. 35 Hilldale ave. 

" Auguste, shoemaker, h. 28 Broadway 

" Hector, shoemaker, b. 28 Broadway 



HAVERHILL 279 DIRECTORY 



March Bernice M. G. h. 190 Main 

" Nathaniel O. shoemaker, h. 7 Reed 
Marchand Jean, shoemaker, rms. 235 Essex 

" Louis, shoemaker, rms. 235 Essex 
Marciello Alesantrino, hairdresser, 205 Wash. h. 217 do. 
Marcotte Cordelia, widow of John, b. 22 Hancock 

" Daniel E. stock fitter, h. 13 Hancock 

" Edward, driver, 214^ Merrimack, h. 32 Primrose 

" Isadore, shoe packer, h. 385 N. Broadway 

" Leon, shoemaker, h. Altamont, n. Broadway 

" Napoleon, shoe cutter, b. 63 Hilldale ave. 

" Napoleon, driver, h. 61 Sixth ave. 

" William E. clerk, 108 Washington, h. 22 Hancock 

" Zebedee, shoemaker, h. 63 Hilldale ave. 
Marcoux George, shoemaker, b. 106 Lafayette sq. 

" Joseph L. shoemaker, h. 48 Sixth ave. 

" Louis, mason, h. 106 Lafayette sq. 

" William, shoemaker, h. 162 River [buryport 

Marden Arthur P. piano tuner, 7 1 Merrimack, h. at New- 

" Lucy A. widow of Henry F. h. 103 Main 
Margohs Simon, dry goods, 142 River, h. do. 
Marin Telesphore (T. Marin & Co.) b. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" T. & Co. (Telesphore Marin and F. Edward Sauliner) C. 
liquors, 73-79 Essex C3 

Marineau Alfred, shoemaker, h. r. 221 Essex £j 

Marion Camille, shoemaker, h. 24 Hillside — 

" George P. dental student, 91 Merrimack, b. 17 New 2S 

" Louis C. shoe finisher, h. 19 North ^^ 

" L. C. Mrs. bookkeeper, 13 Wash. sq. h. 19 North jj~ 

" Mary, widow of Joseph O. h. 17 New ^^ 

Marison Charles A. shoemnker, h. 59 Kimball, Br. 

" Warren L., Goodyear operator, h. 59 Kimball, Br. r 

Marlin Daniel J. hat maker, h. 70 Beach G H 

" Fred J. box maker, 29 Wingate, h. 12 Walnut | X 

" William T, h. 32 Macon ave. m " 

Maroney James, shoemaker, h. 59 Summer * 22 

" James A. Jr. bookkeeper, b. 59 Summer jj Z 

Marony Patrick, shoemaker, b. 28 Oak terrace » HI 

Marquette George, night operator, b. 104 Merrimack ° 2 

" Lizzie Mrs. h. 104 Merrimack * 

Marquis John, shoemaker, h. 35 Belmont ave. x<Q 

" Onesime, mason, b. 78 Lafayette sq. m c 

Marr Emily D. widow, h. 53 Main JJ " 

Marrs Daniel, shoemaker, h. 1 13 Main > m 

" Rose H. (Marrs & Kennedy) b. 113 Main jj © 



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Marrs Susie F. clerk, 20 Merrimack, rms. 60 Cedar 

" & Kennedy (Rose H. Marrs and Mary T. Kennedy) 
milliners, 54 VVinter 
Marsh Abbie T. widow of Ashland R. h. 10 Belmont ave. 
' " Arland D. b. 1 Belmont ave. 

f Frederick F. janitor, 119 Main, h. 13 Fourth ave. 

" Grace, Helen and Alice, h. 64 Temple 
Marshall Alice M. h. 21 Pleasant 

MARSHALL. BROS. (Joseph A. Marshall) masons 
and builders, 25 Temple. See page 14 

" Charles F. farmer, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Charles R. shoe cutter, h. 2 Jackson 

" Ernest W. salesman, 2 Arnold pi. h. 32 Webster 

" Fred R. shoemaker, h. 19 Grove 

" Freeman C. foreman, Ira J. Webster, b. 25 Temple 

" George A. mason, h. 42 Grove 

•* James W. shoemaker, h. 103 Grove 

" Joseph A. (Marshall Bros.) 25 Temple, h. do. 

" Stephen B. (Dole & Marshall) h. 3 Temple 

" William M. shoemaker, h. 179 Primrose 

" William R. printer, 80 Washington, h. 128 Elm, Br. 
Marsters G. Sedley, shoemaker, 166 Merrimack, house 5 
Franklin 

" Wentworth W. musician, h. 32 Main, Br. flia ave. 

" William A. shoemaker, 166 Merrimack, h. 25 Magno- 
Marston Charles S. shoe mnfr. 22 Phoenix row, rms. 59 Main 

" Charles S. Jr. student, rms. 64 Pecker [Newburyport 

" George, engineer, L. L. & H. power sta. Br. house at 

11 Jacob, Danvers & Lynn Express, 88 Wash. h. at Danvers 

" Lee E. leather sorter, h. Kingsbury ave. bey. Hyatt av. 
Bradford 

" Mary H. widow of George, h. 2 Newell 

" Moses P. shoe mnfr. 59 Wash. h. 47 Prospect, Br. 

" Susan, nurse, Hale Hospital, b. do. 

" Walter J. capt. ladder No. 2, 20 Essex, h. 31 Main 
Martain H. Earle, collections, 103 Merrimack, rm. 4, rms. 
16 Dudley [Chestnut 

Martel George O. asst. dentist, 70 Merrimack, b. 41 

" Napoleon, shoe finisher, h. 88 Temple 

" William, laundryman, r. 106 Merrimack, b. 41 Chestnut 
Martin Albert F. shoe packer, b. 13 Oak terrace 

" Bernard, machinist, h. 1 Ford 

" Carrie M. shoe stitcher, rms. 46 How 

« Charles L„ R. R. conductor, h. 2 Observatory ave. 

" Charles W. jour, tailor, 11 Merrimack, h. 13 Arlington 



HAVERHILL 281 DIRECTORY 



Martin Edith, clerk, 192 Merrimack, b. 104 Emerson 

" Edward, student, b. 1 Benjamin 

" Eliza M. b. 119 Main 

" E. May Mrs. housekeeper, 24 Haverhill 

" Forrest, foreman, r. 22 Phcenixrow, rms. 25 Pecker 

" Frank K. clerk, 58 White, h. 35 Fountain 

" Fred W. clerk, 225 Washington, rms. 15 Jackson 

" George, shoemaker, b. 13 Oak terrace 

" George A. shoemaker, b. 34 Grove 

" George C. farmer and milkman, 159 Broadway, h. do. 

" George L. h. 57 Broadway 

" George W. clerk, 115 Merrimack, h. 24 Dudley 

" Hannah G. widow of Clinton W. h. 37 Fountain 

"' Harlan 11. elevator man, h. 28 Nichols 

" Helen E. stenographer, B. b. 13 Arlington 

" Henry S. J. shoemaker h. 13 Oak terrace 

" Herbert A. clerk, 160 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 

" Howard, clerk, 116 Merrimack, b. 3 Eighteenth ave. 

" Howard, painter, 178 Merrimack 

" Jacob, carpenter, h. 13 Willie 

" James, h. 41 Sixth ave. 

" John, h. 48 Harrison 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 3 Autumn 

" Judson G. driver, b. 159 Broadway 

" M. fruit, 119 Winter, rms. 61 Pecker 

" Nehemiah E. h. 34 Grove 

" Oscar A. (Martin Shoe Co.) h. Commonwealth ave. 

" Patrick (Pettingill & Martin) heel mnfr. 118 Phoenix 
row, h. 1 Benjamin 

" Richard O. farm hand, b. 159 Broadway 

" Samuel, carpenter, h. 13 Oak terrace [way 

" Sarah A. widow of Charles, b. L. M. Merril's, Broad - 

" Shoe Co. (Oscar A. Martin) slipper mnfrs. 24 Wash. 

" Solomon, shoemaker, rms. 13 Green 

" Susie R. milliner, 41 Sixth ave. h. do. 

" Thomas, laster, h. 4 Benjamin [4 Eleventh ave. 

" Walter J. (Langley & Martin) leather, 76 Wash. h. 

" William C. hatter, ,h. 272 Washington 

" William E. shoe cutter, h. 3 Eighteenth ave. 

" William H. bookbinder, B. h. 2 Johnson, Br. 

" see Martain 
Martineau Angelina, widow of Peter, h. 30 High 

" August, shoemaker, b. 30 High ["academy, b. do. 

Martinez Isadora Mme. teacher of vocal music, Bradford 
Mascaro Felix A. laborer, h. Cogswell 




Business and Shorthand. Thone us for office Help. 



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HAVERHILL 282 DIRECTORY 



Mason Ada F. bookkeeper, 199 Essex, h. 90 Main, Br. 

" Carlisle B. carpenter, rms. 105 Emerson 

" Frank M. shoemaker, h. 36 Emerson 

" George F. salesman, h. 15 Macon ave. 

" Harriet M. h. 59 Sixth ave. 

" Sidney, driver, hose No. 5, h. 77 Elm, Br. 
Mass. Construction Co., A. W. Dean, C. E. 3 Water 
Masse Joseph, baker, h. r. 22 Hillside 
Masterman Otis, box maker, h. 9 1 Kenoza 
Masters Elmer, laster, rms. 9 Dustin 
Mathes Adeline A. P. widow of Abraham, h. 43 Adams 
Mathison Peter, sole cutter, h. Nicholsville, Amesbury rd. 

near Plaistow rd. 
Matthes Fred, sausage maker, 132 Essex, h. 47 North 
Matthews Algernon W. shoemaker, h. 30 Vine 

" Alphonzo, h. 28 Groveland 

" Belle R. bookkeeper, 1 Railroad sq. b. 37 Whittier 

" Clara J. widow of Henry J. h. 33 Cedar 

" Don C. leather sorter, h. 44 How 

" Eutih Mrs. stitcher, h. 11 Temple pi. 

" Fannie J. telephone oper. b. 33 Cedar 

" Harry B. shoe cutter, b. 3 Franklin 

" J. S. Mrs. h. 3 Franklin 

" Oliver R. piano tuner, 105 Merrimack, h. 37 Whittier 
Matulevicz Julian, hatter, h. 115 River 
Maurice Antone, h. 52 Locust 
Mavel Benjamin, concreter, b. 118 Franklin 

" Henri, teamster, b. 1 1 8 Franklin 

" Leon, concreter, h. 118 Franklin 
Maxson Edwin, clerk, 172 Essex, rms. 34 Winter 
Maxwell John A. teamster, C. H. Cox, b. 73 Pecker 
Mayberry Annie, widow of Seth, h. 226 Water 

" Charles O. machine operator, h. 108 Winter 

" Fannie M. widow of Ebenzer J. house 1 Park 

" James, shoemaker, b. 1 6 Gilbert ave. 
Maynard Clayton, driver, b. 47 Grove 

" Ella, forewoman, 83 Washington, h. Franklin 

" Frank, teamster, h. 130 Franklin 

" Fred F. shoe cutter, h. 30 Jackson 

" Lambert F. clerk, 122 Emerson, b. 11 William 

" Sarah A. widow of Freeman, nurse, h. 18 Kent 

" , h. 35 High 

Maynes Herbert, shoemaker, rms. 1 Beacon 
Mayo Edward J. driver, 23 Hale, h. 1J do. 

" Napoleon, teamster, h. 21 Bartlett ave. 



HAVERHILL 283 DIRECTORY 



Mazza Angelo, shoemaker, bds. F. A. Mascaro's, Cogswell 
McAllister Charles, fireman, 17 Locust, rms. 101 Temple 

" Ellen A. widow of Thomas S. h. 13 Arlington 

" John F. teamster, h. 56 Locke, Br. 

" Walter, shoemaker, h. 52 Locke, Br. 
McAree Charles, gardener, h. 17 Observatory ave. [ave. 

" Dominick J. hairdresser, 52 Wash. h. 17 Observatory 

" George C. plumber, 5 West, b. 17 Observatory ave. 

" William B. tinsmith, 97 Wash. h. 38 Prospect, Br. 

" see McRae 
Mc Arthur Susan C. iMrs. b. 119 Main 
McAskill Angus, car repairer, h. 27 Stage 
McAuliff Charles, rms. 162 Merrimack 
McAuliffe Catherine M. widow of Thomas, h. 31 North 

" Charles, shoemaker, b. 63 Locust 

" Daniel, shoemaker, h. 23 New 

" John, shoemaker, h. 89 Grove 
McAvoy Catherine, h. 18 Lewis 

" Everard W. glazier, 1 1 Wingate, b. 75 Water 

" James, shoe cutter, h. 24 Hilldale ave. 

" John, stone cutter, h. 17 Ferry, Br. 

" see McEvoy 
McBain David A. shoemaker, h. 59 Cedar 

" Richard L. machine operator, b. 66 Franklin 

" William H. physician, b. 6Q Franklin 
McBride Annie, widow of Henry E. h. 7 Tremont 

" John Mrs. h. 13 Harrison 
McCabe John A. teas and coffees, h. 472 Washington 
McCaffrey Edward, mill fireman, b. 2 Kimball 

" see Caffrey 
McCaffreys Georgetown Express, 2 Merrimack 
McCall Hugh, tailor, 82 Merrimack 

" William, rms 10 How 
McCarron John, morocco dresser, b. 206 Winter 

" Sarah, widow of Allen, h. 21 1 Groveland [Park ave. 
McCarthy Alice M. prin. asst. John C. Tilton school, b. 1 

" Andrew D. hatter, h. 1 Varnurn 

" Augustus A. shoe cutter, b. 294 Washington 

" Charles E. student, b. 59 Kenoza ave. 

" Daniel, hatter, h. 29 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Daniel, laborer, h. 94^ Primrose 

" Daniel, leather worker, b. 220 Winter 

" Daniel, shoemaker, b. Ill Emerson 

" Daniel, shoemaker, rms. 23 How 

" Dennis L. liquors, 283^ and 285 River, h. 10 Beach 

Sal. H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHJLL 284 DIRECTORY 



McCarthy Ellen F. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 1 Park ave. 
" Eugene, mill hand, b. 220 Winter 
" Helena Mrs. h. 14 Cottage 
" Jeremiah, shoemaker, h. 62 High 
" Jeremiah J. hatter, h. 21 Grove 
" Johanna Mrs. h. 108 Primrose 
" John, mill hand, b. 2 Kimball 
" John F. hairdresser, 82 Washington, b. 294 do. 
" John H. bookkeeper, b. 30 Maple 
" John P. shoemaker, b. T. D. McCarthy's 
" Joseph, clerk, 63 Essex, b. 59 Kenoza ave. 
" Mary, widow of Patrick J. h. 30 Maple 
" Maurice L. b. 30 Maple 

" Michael, harness maker, 5 Fleet, h. at Lawrence 
" Michael H. liquors, 63 and 65 Essex, h. 59 Kenoza av. 
" Michael H. stock fitter, b. 30 Maple 
" Moses, shoemaker, h. 32 Arch ave. 
" Patrick, hatter, h. 1 Park ave. 
" Patrick, morocco dresser, b. 220 Winter 
" Patrick F. gateman, Winter st. crossing, h. 14 Burke 
" Susan C. h. 148 Winter 

" Thomas D. bricklayer, h. Hilldale ave. c. Monument 
" Timothy J. teas and coffee, h. 6 Kenoza ave. 
" William, hatter, b. 285 Winter 
" William, shoe cutter, b. 14 Cottage 
" William, teamster, b. 108 Primrose 
McCarty Daniel, driver, 132 Essex 
McClaren Uriah, h. r. 26 Pecker 

McClintock Fred D. helper, r. 22 Main, b. 35 Webster, Br. 
" John A. (Mills & McClintock) r. 22 Main, house 55 

Central, Br. 
" Sarah A. widow, b. 16 Gilbert ave. 
McClish Anna Mrs. furrier, 216 Essex, h. do. 
McClure George S. shoemaker, h. Lake, n. Broadway 
McCommon John, h. 15 Rose 
McConihe Annie, widow, h. 69 Broadway 
" George A. heeler, h. Groveland, bey. Jordan 
" Lewis A. shoemaker, b. 69 Broadway 
McCoombs James W. cook, h. 5 Central ave. Br. 
McCormick Anna, widow of Patrick, h. 32 Lewis 
" Charles, mngr. 41 y 2 Locust, h^!28 Main 
" James, shoemaker, h. 21 Hillside 
" James, shoemaker, rms. 27 Washington ave. 
" James, stone cutter, h. 8 Brooks, Br. 
" John, edge setter, h. 94 Bellevue ave. 



HAVERHILL 285 DIRECTORS 



McCormick John F. laster, b. 57 Charles 

" John F. shoe cutter, h. 33 Hale 

" John R. clerk, h. 57 Charles 

" Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 57 Charles 

" William F. laster, b. 57 Charles 
McCorrison William C. carpenter, h. 1 Prospect 
McCoull James, hat finisher, b. 128 Elm, Br. 
McCready Samuel A. 37 Washington, h. 1 1 North 
McCreeley Elizabeth, h. 5 Primrose 

" Francis, marble cutter, h. 5 Primrose 

" John, shoemaker, h. 5 Primrose 
McCrillis George M. painter, h. 24 Moore 

" Mary L. bookkeeper, 357 River, h. 24 Wellington ave. 

" Warren A. h. 24 Wellington ave. [Lindel 

McCue Edward C. candy maker, 51 Merrimack, h. 34 

" Joseph, laborer, h. 2 Merrill, Br. 
McCuish Mary, shoe stitcher, rms. 2 Bartlett 
McCullough Patrick H. shoemaker, h. 5 Fifth ave. 
McCurda Lee W. shoemaker, h. 18 Orchard [land 

McCutcheon Walter. (McCutcheon & Johnston) h. 56 Port- 

" & Johnston (Walter McCutcheon and William John- 
ston) lunch, 165 Merrimack 
McDaid John S. supt. 3 Wash. sq. h. 109 Portland 

" John S. Jr. cashier, 3 Washington sq. b. 109 Portland 
McDaniels Maurice, sole leather cutter, h. 39 Jackson 
McDonald Albert, watchman, 198 Merrimack, b. 1 Henry 

" Alfred, student, b. 190 Primrose 

" Anne Etta, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 28 Blossom, Br. 

" Annie, widow, h. 12 Eastern ave. 

" Arthur J. salesman, 19 Wash. sq. b. 27 Blossom, Br. 

" Augusta, forewoman, b. 1 3 Ford 

" Clarence, mill hand, rms. 235 Essex 

" Colin, lineman, b. 119 Emerson 

" Daniel W. foreman, 14 How, b. 119 Emerson 

" Edward, shoemaker, rms. 1 1 1 Emerson 

" Ellsworth E. bookkeeper, 167 Wash. b. 13 Ford 

" George, teamster, h. 63 Harrison 

" Harry, teamster, C. H. Cox, Br. h. 10 Pleasant, do. 

" John, leather roller, h. 28 Pleasant, Br. 

" John J. shoe packer, b. 27 Blossom, Br. [Br. 

" John T. drug clerk, 1 Washington, b. T. McDonald's, 

" Joseph S. student, b. 28 Blossom, Br. 

" Margaret, milliner, b. 28 Blossom, Br. 

" Margaret, widow of James, h. 27 Blossom, Br. 

" Nellie, clerk, 29 Granite, b. Main, W. H. 

iMAN R ROTH CARPENTER AND BUILDER 
llUlllflXlll U. UUJjL, millsng and general repairing 

Odd Sashes ana Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 286 DIRECTORY 



McDonald Roderick, clerk, h. 190 Primrose 

" Thomas H. liquors, 152 and 154 Wash. h. 97 Fountain 

" Thomas J. farmer, h. Boston rd. n. Ferry rd. Br. 

" William (Leith & McDonald) florist, Primrose, n. Dustin 
sq. b. Winona ave. n. Jasper 

" William H. shoemaker, h. Lovejoy, Br. 
MCDONALD WILLIAM J. lawyer, 103 Merri- 
mack, rm. 26, b. Thomas J. McDonald's, Br. See 
page 805 
McDonnell James,. shoe cutter, h. 225 Essex 

" John F. stone cutter, h. 225 Essex 

" Margaret, h. 225 Essex 

" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 28 John 
McDonough Patrick, laundryman, h. 61 Dexter, Br. 
McDougall Austin E. meat cutter, 167 Wash, rms 119 Elm 
McDuffie Augustus, farmer, h. 4 Walnut 

" George H. shoe cutter, h. 5 Dustin 
McEachern Sarah, widow of Allen, h. 211 Groveland 
McElroy Anderson A. hatter, h. 17 Beach 

" F. M. & Co. clothing, 93 to 95 Merrimack 

" James, coachman, h. 38 Locke, Br. 

" John E. farmer, h. Willow ave. Br. 

" Julia E. widow of Frank M. h. 31 Summer 
McEvoy John F. asst. supt. 25 Washington, sq. h. 14 Ob- 
servatory ave. 
McFadden Allen, heeler, ■. . 6 Fairfield 

" George D. carriage washer, 13 Stage, h. 8 Plummer 

" Owen, whitener, 49 Oak terrace, h. do. 
McFarland James, shoemaker, h. 27 Water 

" Jane, widow of James M. h. 22 Lindel 

" William H. clerk, 69 Water, b. 22 Lindel 
McFee Ann, widow of William, h. 82 Emerson 

" James S. plumber, 97 Washington, h. 48 North 

" William D. physician, 82 Emerson, h. do. 

" see McPhee 
McGahey John, shoe finisher, rms. 33 Emerson 
McGaughey David, coachman, 30 Magnolia ave. b. do. 

" Peter, box maker, h. 25 High 
McGauley James, tailor, 82 Merrimack, h. 135 Franklin 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 135 Franklin 
McGean Isabella, widow of John, h. Elm, c. Marion, Br. 
McGibbons George, shoemaker, rms. 32 How 
McGill James, shoemaker, 64 Primrose, h. 4 Rose ave. 
McGilvray Duncan, h. 146 Water 

" Mary and Annie, h. 225 Winter 



HAVEK1IILL 287 D1HECT0RY 



McGinn John, foreman cutter, 93 Wash. h. 71 Franklin 
McGinnis Lucy J. widow of Thomas, h. 28 Orchard 
McGirr Annie, widow, h. 1 Benjamin f ball, Br. 

McGlone Catherine, fancy goods, 104 Locust, b. 31 Kim- 
McGoffe James, shoemaker, rms. 32 Washington ave. 
McGOVERN JAMES H. jewelry, 190 Merrimack, 
h. 23 Central, Br. See back cover 

" Kate and Mary, h. 25 Central, Br. 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 9 York 
McGowan Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Charles 

" Susan, widow of Daniel, h. 61 Fifth ave. 
McGrade Annie, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 24 Webster 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. 22 How 

" J. Henry, eyeletter, rms. 20 Water 

" Mary, widow of Francis, h. 20 Water 
McGrath Emma L. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 107 High 

" Frank X. shoemaker, h. 57 Arch 

" Joseph, leather roller, h. 93 Lafayette sq. 

" Melinda, widow of James, h. 16 Lafayette 

" Patrick, grocer, 105 High, h. 107 do. 

" Thomas, beater out, b. 240 Winter 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 200 Primrose 

" Wilbur, shoemaker, b. 57 Arch 

" see Magrath [Main, rms. 48 Green gj 

McGratty James (McGratty & Wheeler) doors, etc. 44 g^ffi 

" Mary Mrs. shoe packer, h. 3 Spring pi. |jg 

MeGKATTY & WHEELER (James McGratty *g£ 
and George A. Wheeler) doors, windows and " 
blinds, 44 Main and 6 Court. See page 817 
McGregg Nellie, shoe trimmer, h. 17 How 

McGregor Charles A. shoe mnfr. at Exeter, N. K. h. ff£ 
Berkeley ave. gg| 

" Daniel, h. 18 Bartlett ■ 

" D. Herbert, shoe packer b. 18 Bartlett 

" Fred D. shoes, 21 Washington sq. and (Bennett & Co.) ^ 
18 Merrimack, h. 42 Groveland 09 m 

" Helen F. widow of Dearborn W. h. Cross road, opp. JJ > 
Bradstreet, W. H. H ^ 

" James D. shoemaker, b. 134 High § > 

" Leroy T. blacksmith, rms. 82 High j* 

" Rhoda A. widow of George F. h. 35 Brockton ave. J 

" Sam A. bookkeeper, 78 VVingate, h. 35 Brockton ave. — m 



William Guy, shoemaker, h. 358a Washington 



McGuigan Francis, h. 20 Judson 5° 

" George W. shoemaker, b. 2 Ford -j 



HAVERHILL 288 DIRECTORY 



McGuigan James. F. shoemaker, h. 2 Ford 

" Mary, widow of Dennis, h. 67 Franklin 

" Patrick, coachman, 188 Main, Br. h. 153 do. 
McGuire Benjamin, hatter, b. 37 Varnum 

" Henry, shoe cutter, b. 157 Winter 

" Herbert, shoemaker, b. 37 Varnum 

" James, turned laster, h. 3 Currier pi. 

" Mary, widow of Bernard, h. 37 Varnum 

" see Maguire 
McGuirk John J. piper, r. 22 Main, b. 7 Charles, Br. 

" Maria, widow of Peter, h. 7 Charles, Br. 
' " Peter F. driver, h. 58 Summer 
McHale Christopher, shoemaker, rms. 121 Merrimack 
Mcintosh Charles W. shoe turner, h. 12 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Edith Mrs. b. 21 Pine, Br. 

" Robert E. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, b. 5 Wash. 
McllNTOSH WILLIAM P. (Haverhill Business 
College) 72 Merrimack, h. 34 Westland terrace. 
See foot lines 
Mclsaac Alexander, laster, b. 126 Winter 

" Duncan, carpenter, h. 4 Kenoza ave. 

" Joseph, grocer, 61 Franklin, h. 62 do. 

" Minnie, cashier, 76 Merrimack, b. 4 Kenoza ave. 
McKay George, paper hanger, rms. 18 White 

" Hector M. foreman, B. & N. st. ry. b. 18 White 

" Hector M. jeweler, 79 Chadwick, Br. h. 14 do. 

" James, shoemaker, rms. 15 Vestry 

" John F.sash maker, 10 Pleasant, h. 45 Central, Br. 

" J. Judson, shoemaker, h. 2 Yeaton pi. 

" May A. bookkeeper, 30 Granite, b. 107 Winter 

" Robert, h. 2 Yeaton pi. 

" Robert, shoemaker, rms. 108 Winter 

" William A. clerk, 5 Monument sq. b. 25 Fifth ave. 

" William H. shoe cutter, h. 74 Pecker 
McKee William, ni^ht lunch, h. 7 Carleton, Br. 
McKeen Edward, cook, rms. 11 Walnut 

" Edwin E. foreman, 46 Phoenix row, h. 14 Walnut 

" M. E. Mrs. shoe stitcher, h. 296 Washington 

" Nathaniel, cook, 105 Wash. rms. 164 Merrimack 

" Roscoe D. supt. of schools, office Whittier school bldg. 
h. 14 Mt. Vernon 
McKeigue Esther, stenographer, 83 Wash. b. 99 Main, Br. 

" Florence, clerk, 83 Washington, b. 99 Main, Br. 

" Timothy B. shoe cutter, b. 99 Main, Br. 

" William J. shoe laster, h. 99 Main, Br. 



HAVERHILL 289 DIRECTORY 



McKenna Annie F. teacher, Bowley school, h. 12 Blaisdell 

" Edward, h. 12 Blaisdell 

" Edward P. shoemaker, h. 54 Pecker 

" Ellen, widow of Thomas, h. 18 Primrose 

" Frederick S. bricklayer, b. 42 Whittier 

" Haber F. shoemaker, h. 143 Primrose 

" Herman O. shoe cutter, b. 1 68 Primrose 

" James, h. 168 Primrose 

" James H. shoe cutter, b. 33 High 

" fohn, laborer, h. 18 Primrose 

" Patrick, h. 33' High 

" Patrick J. bricklayer, h. 42 Whittier 
McKenney B. Henry, gardener, h. 75 Kenoza ave. 

" Fred VV. salesman, 56 Wash. b. 75 Kenoza ave. 

" Minnie A. bookkeeper, b. 75 Kenoza ave. 
McKeon Arthur, shoemaker, h. 161 Winter 

" Bridget, widow of James H. h. 23^ Hilldale ave. 

" John C. shoe finisher, b. 31 Emerson 
McKinley George F. shoemaker, h. 7 Broadway [mont 
McKinnon Arthur W. shoe cutter, h. Newark, n. Rose- 

" George, ship carpenter, h. Newark, n. Rosemont 

11 Stephen, fireman, h. 13 Lafayette, Br. 
McLain Chester B. shoemaker, 86 Water, h. 32 Lindel 

" Elvira H. Mrs. h. 22 Kent 

" Frank J. h. 109 High 

" Jennie M. bookkeeper, 77 Wash. b. 32 Lindel 

" John A. driver, chemical, 4 Court, b. 31 Main 

" Lizzie, widow of Henry A. h. 9 Lindel 

" Martha A. widow of Charles O. h. 109 High 
McLaughlin Amy, clerk, b. 41 Eighth ave. 

" Arthur O. foreman, 55 Main, h. 56 Portland 

" Carrie Mrs. clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. 21 Oak 

" Charles, florist, rms. 28 Fifth ave. 

" Charles W. laundryman, 55 Main, h. 28 Fifth ave. 

" Delia Elizabeth (McLaughlin Sisters) b. 41 Eighth ave. 

" Edward E. driver, 55 Main, rms. 28 Fifth ave. 

" Ellen D. (McLaughlin Sisters) b. 41 Eighth ave. 

" Frank, city marshal, City Hall, h. 33 Ninth ave. 

" Fred, clerk, 145 Merrimack 

" James, h. 1 Cross 

" James B. heel cutter, h. 5 Bethel 

" John, foreman, 56 Wingate, rms. 13 Grand 

" John, meat cutter, Main cor. W T ater, h. 19 Merrimac, Br. 

" John D. b. 21 Oak 

" Patrick, shoemaker, h. 70 High 




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McLaughlin Patrick H. shoemaker, h. 21 Charles 
" Sisters (Ellen D. and Delia Elizabeth) props. Hav. 

Laundry, 55 Main 
" William P. ( VV. P. McLaughlin & Co.) h. 8 Lincoln 
" W. P. & Co. (William P. McLaughlin) shoe mnfrs. 
56 Wingate 
McLawlin Sophia P. widow of Walter, h. 63 How 

" see McLaughlin 
McLean Elizabeth H. widow of Archibald, h. 136 Portland 

" George, electrician, rms. Central Fire Sta. 

" Grace, nurse, Hale Hospital, b. do. 

" Hugh, shomaker, rms. 9 Cedar 

" Mary H. teacher, High school, h. 136 Portland 

" Susan and Mamie, h. 9 Cedar 
McLees Thomas, shoemaker, 57 Water, h. 68 Temple 
McLellan Daniel, lineman, b. 119 Emerson 
McLemore Susie Mrs. h. 16 Temple 
McLeod Alexander D. h. 27 Vestry 

" Angus, laster, bds. 82 Water 

" Daniel A. clerk, 108 Water, h. 7 Carleton pi. 

" George W. driver, 8 Merrimack, h. 41 Warren, Br. 

" Henry VV. steam fitter, 41 Locust, h. 17 Arch ave. 

" James, shoe cutter, h. 27 Vestry 

" James D. shoemaker, h. 36 Bellevue ave. 

" Jennie, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. at Merrimac 

" John, chef, Hotel Thorndike, rms. do. 

" John M. clerk, 108 Water, h. 21 Kent 

" L. John, buffer, h. 61 Merrimac, Br. 

" Malcolm, shoemaker, b. 27 Vestry 

" Misses, shoe workers, house 16 Jackson 

" William A. provisions, 108 Water, b. 27 Vestry 
McMahon Frank, shoemaker, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" John J. clerk, 112 Merrimack, rms. 4 Pecker 
McManus Walter, pressman, 37 Wash. rms. 48 Wash. ave. 
McMaster Daniel, carpenter, h. 3 Marshall [Fountain 

McMasters Margaret A. clerk, 76 Merrimack, rms. 17 
McMenamon Austin, shoemaker, b. 396 Washington 

" John, carpenter, h. 396 Washington 
McMillan Archibald C. fish, 33 Water, h. 29 Stage 

" John A. shoemaker, h. 32£ Nichols 

" Melvina R. widow of John, h. 1 Grant 

" Peter, shoemaker, h. 1 Rose 

" Simon, blacksmith, Broadway, n. P. O., A. V. h. do. 
McMonagle Hugh J. shoemaker, h. 25 Orchard 

" Nettie, widow, b. 3 Temple 






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McMurray George H. beater out, h. 6 Lindel 

McMurrer Hugh, box maker, h. r. 17 Maple 
" Patrick, coachman, 27 Arlington, h. 110 Cedar 

McNabo Joseph H. shoe cutter, h. 36 Grove 
" P. Henry, cutter, 32 Main, h. 25 Salem, Br. 

McNally Patrick, section hand, h. 60 Primrose 

McNamara George, shoe packer, b. 10 Franklin 
" John, sole cutter, h. 43 Franklin 
« John E. clerk, P. O. h. 10 Franklin 
" John F. salesman, 93 Merrimack, h. at Amesbury 
" Katherine, teacher, 72 Merrimack, h. at Amesbury 
" Lott F. machine operator, h. 10 Franklin 
" S. Burton (S. B. McNamara & Co.) h. 21 Sixth ave. 
" S. B. & Co. (S. Burton McNamara and Lawrence Cal- 

laghan) shoe mnfrs. Sanders pi. 
" William, shoe packer, b. 10 Franklin 

McNaughton Daniel, market gardener, h. S. Cross rd. Br. 

McNeal Lizzie S. Mrs. (McNeal and Hanson) dressmaker, 
188 Merrimack, h. do. 
" William A. lunch, h. 188 Merrimack 
" & Hanson (Mrs. Elizabeth S. McNeal and Nella McN. 
Hanson) dressmakers, 188 Merrimack 

McNeil John P. polisher, h. 7 Grove, Br. 

McNeill Alma S. stenographer, 91 Merrimack, b. 6 Vine 
" Celia M. nurse, rms. 6 Vine 
" Donald, foreman, 63 Fleet, rms. 10 How 
" James A. carriage smith, 15 Court, h. 21 Jefferson 
" Nina, housekeeper, 6 Vine 

McNeive William, farmer, h. Crystal, A. V. 

McNevin Angus, foreman, h. 224 Winter 

McOrmond William, agt. 138 Merrimack, h. 168 Main 

McPhail William N. sole cutter, h. 2 Gilbert ave. 

McPhee Daniel T. clerk, rms. 1 6 Temple 
" John J. skiver, h. 36 How 
" see McFee [rd. opp. Olive 

McPherson James H. foreman, 66 Phoenix row, h. Pilgrim 

McQuade Peter, gardener, 60 Broadway, b. do. 

McQuarrie Daniel J. driver, h. 25 Fifth ave. 

McQueston Susan, widow, h. 19 How 

McQuish Daniel, heel cutter, rms. 55 Emerson 

McSorley Arthur J. clerk, b. 69 Pecker 
" Rose A. widow of Hugh, h. 69 Pecker 
" Sadie T. stenographer, 195 Merrimack, b. 69 Pecker 

McSweeney Thomas J. shoemaker, h. Vernon, near Blos- 
som, Br. 

SoaE' ..... H. L. TAYLOR ¥C!L 

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McTavish John C. teacher, High school, rms. 8 Vine 
Meacham John H. laster, h. 181 River 
Meader Charles F. h. 289 Main 

" Charles W. heeler, h. 5 Columbia park 

" Clara B. bookkeeper, 44 Wash. b. 5 Columbia park 

" Frank E. shoe cutter, rms. 8 Currier pi. 

" F. F. A. shoemaker, rms. 9 Temple 

" Laura, clerk, 17 Locust, b. 5 Columbia park 

" Mary E. widow of Lorenzo D. h. 7 Grove 

" Oscar M. shoe finisher, h. 7 Grove 

" William J. shoe trimmer, rms. 66 Emerson [Lindel 

Meadowcroft Abbie J. prin. T. E. Burnham school, h. 30 

" James E. soles, etc. r. 118 Phoenix row, rms. 30 Lindel 

" Lucy, bookkeeper, 79 Washington, b. 30 Lindel 
Mealey Michael, clerk, 63 Essex, b. 2 Duncan 
Meaney Mary, widow of Michael, h. 31 Maple 
Mears Frank E. stitcher, and stage mngr. Academy of 
Music, h. 20 How 

" Fred W. shoemaker, b. 39 White 

" Warren P. shoemaker, h. 39 White 
Medaglia John, shoemaker, h. 217 Washington 
Meehan James P. cementer, b. 75 Franklin 

" John J. shoemaker, h. 75 Franklin 
Meikle George D. dynamo man, h. 4 Portland 

" George D. Mrs. dressmaker, 4 Portland, h. do. 

" see Mickel 
Mekalarnitz Felix, morocco worker, h. 75 River 
Melanson Bridget, widow of Emanuel, nurse, h. 71 Portland 

" Edmund, shoe worker, b. 8 Lafayette ave. 

" Leo, hatter, h. 125 Eighth ave. 

" Louis, shoe worker, b. 8 Lafayette ave. 

" Philip, carpenter, h. 8 Lafayette ave. 

" William, shoe finisher, b. 71 Portland 
Mellon John, teamster, 218 River, h. 220 do. 
Mellor John, asst. supt. 3 Washington sq. 

" John O. asst. supt. h. 17 Tenth ave. 
Melody Michael (Melody & Co.) h. 43 Sheridan 

" & Co. (Michael Melody and John M. Collins) plas- 
terers, 18 West 
Melvin Albert A. confectioner, 24 Main, h. 21 Currier ave. 

" Alfred C. carpenter, rms. 9 Temple 

" George, shoemaker, h. Amesbury rd. n. schoolhouse 

" Louise, widow, h. 2 Jackson 
Melzard Warren P. salesman, 86 Merrimack, h. 43 Webster 
Mencis Abraham, peddler and grocer, 47 Ayer, h. do. 



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Mendelson Abram, laborer, h. 40 Ayer 

Mendum Frank W. shoe cutter, rms. 49 Pecker 

Menter Sarah B. Mrs. h. 733 Main 

Merah Madame, medium, 1 Hammond ct. rms. do. 

MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, L. H. 

Chick, pies. 163 Merrimack. See page 4 
Mercier Alfred M. shoe worker, b. 35 Hilldale ave. . 

" Edward C. shoemaker, h. 308 River 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 38 Ayer 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 235 River 

" Jules, laborer, h. 27 John 

" Jules J. heel cutter, h. 50 High 

" Lemina, widow of Thomas, h. 293 River 

" Medaud, shoemaker, h. 35 Hilldale ave. 

" Peter, shoemaker, h. 293 River 

" see Messier 
MERIT HEW EDGAR S. prop. Troy Steam Laun- 
dry, 66 Essex, h. 40 Mechanic. See page 19 

" Henry F. polisher, 66 Essex, h. 6 Marshall 
Merriam Frank, rms. 29 Vestry 

" Grace A. clerk, 29 Granite, b. 9 Baldwin 

" Lois E. widow of Horace, h. 9 Baldwin 
Merrick Charles H. shoemaker, h. 343 Washington 

" Edward, gardener, h. 5 Ashland 

" Francis, laster, h. 5 Ford 

" Josephine Mrs. rms. 4 Central 

" Perley D. shoe cutter, b. 96 Main 
Merrifield Burton L. h. 3 Brockton ave. 

" Mary E. Mrs. h. 5 White 

" Saidee P. dressmaker, 215 Main, h. do. 
Merrill Alice B. nurse, 48 Highland ave. b. do. 

" Alice K. bookkeeper, h. 93 Arlington 

" Augustus C. shoemaker, h. 12 Haseltine, Br. 

" Caroline A. widow of Henry T. h. 6 Chadwick, Br. 

" Carrie A. shoe trimmer, rms. 40 Pecker 

11 Charles A. shoe trimming cutter, h. 46 Kenoza ave. 

" Charles C. heel burnisher, h. 74 Cedar 

" Damon, h. 51 Franklin 

" Edward A. foreman, h. 35 Nichols 

" Edward B. h. 315 Main 

" Florentine, painter, 12 Wash. ave. h. 22 Jackson 

" Forest, h. 7 Clinton 

11 Francis R. heeler, h. 36 Eastern ave. 

" Francis R. jr. machinist, b. 36 Eastern ave. 

" Frank E. box fitter, h. 48 Jackson 

MM S. COLE, Sl»asS/S^ 

Residence, 4 KimDall Street. Shop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

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Merrill Frank H. painter, h. Hilldale ave. cor. Orange 
" George A. carpenter, b. 36 Eastern ave. 
" George A. shoe cutter, h. 2 Charles 
" George H. salesman, b. 93 Arlington 
" George W. carpenter, h. 9 Warren 
" Gyles W. clerk, b. J. C. Merrill's [ave. 

" Harriet D. teacher, Portland st. school, b. 48 Highland 
" Harry E. shoe trimmings, 120 Wash. h. 23 Pecker 
" Henry, stitching room, 140 Wash. h. 93 Arlington 
MERRILL HENRY N. lawyer, 163 Merrimack 

rm. 5, and asso. justice, central district court, h. 59 

Lincoln ave. See page 806 
" Herbert H. salesman, 208 Merrimack, h. at Georgetown 
" Herbert N. shoemaker, h. 11 Nichols 
" Israel S. foreman, h. 45 Highland ave. 
" James C. farmer, h. Cushing ave. n. Main 
" James C. Jr. farm hand, b. J. C. Merrill's 
" John, shoemaker, h. 12 Moore 
" John M. h. 6 Titcomb 

" Judith, widow of Philip D. b. R. A. Chase's, R. V. 
" J. Roscoe, shoemaker, b. 4-8 Highland ave. 
" Leonard M. farmer, h. Broadway, A. V. 
" Leslie E. student, b. 48 Highland ave. 
" Mary P. b. 8 Fifth ave. 
" M. A. Thread Co. (Albert W. Merrow) shoe thread 

mnfrs. 63 Fleet 
" Otis, shoe cutter, rms. 1 1 How 
" Sally A. widow of Albert, h. 37 Highland ave. 
" Seraphina K. widow of Edward T. h. 116 Main 
" Susan E. widow of George E. h. 8 Fifth ave. 
" Susie E. teacher, High school, b. 6 Chadwick, Br. 
" Walter, shoe cutter, rms. 61 Auburn 
" Walter F. paper hanger, b. F. H. Merrill's 
" Walter L., R. R. fireman, b. 46 Kenoza ave. 
" Wilbur C. shoe packer, b. 46 Kenoza ave. 
" William E. farmer, h. Lowell ave. next bey. Lake, S. H. 
" W. Arthur, shoe cutter, b. 35 Main, Br. 
Merrimack Clubs, 40 and 47 Merrimack 
MERRIMACK NATIONAL BANK, 20 Wash. 

ington, U. A. Killam, cashier. See page 5 
MERRIMACK STEAM LAUNDRY, Fred K. 

Brooks, prop. 14 Washington. N. E. Tel. 436-2 

See page 23 
" Valley Steamboat Co., S. W. George, agt. 15 Merrimack 
Merritt Albert M. heeler, h. 19 Davenport 






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Merritt Clinton B. shoe cutter, h. 18 Pentucket 
" Frank R. burnisher, h. 50 Temple 
" Loring B. laster, rms. 13 Pecker 
MERROW ALBERT W. undertaker, 34 Main, 
and (M. A. Merrill Thread Co.) 63 Fleet, h. 12 
Maple ave. See front cover 
Merry Alphonso, laborer, h. 55 River 
" Angelo, hairdresser, 73 River h. 71 do. 
" Antonio, heel mnfr. r. 73 River, h. 71 do. 
Merryman John W. crimper, b. 149 Golden Hill ave. 
" Richard, stone mason, 138 Cedar, h. do. 
" Walter R. b. 138 Cedar 

" William S. supt. streets, City Hall, h. 80 Kenoza ave. 
Meserve Carrie A. clerk, 356 River, b. W. S. Meserve's 
" Edward O. shoemaker, b. W. S. Meserve's 
" Frank E. motorman, h. 6 Florence ave. 
" Frank S. shoemaker, h. 3 Tremont 
" George L. salesman, h. 59 Sheridan 
" Ralph, shoe cutter, b. 43 N. Broadway 
" William S. farmer h. N. Broadway, c. Crystal 
Messeck Henry, tailor, 142 Merrimack, h. 42 Warren, Br. 
MESSENGER EDGAR A. mnfr. of builders' sup- 
plies, 10, 12, and 14 Pleasant, h. Concord, near 
Kenoza ave. See page 808 [Kenoza ave. g3E 

" Elmer C. bookkeeper, 10 Pleasant, bds. Concord, near gg| 
" Ernest, bookkeeper, 20 Merrimack, h. at Georgetown jg 
" Frank B. wood worker, h. 31 Merrimac, Br. ^^ 

" Frank B. wood worker, 10 Pleasant, h. Concord, n. Ke- J 

noza ave. j^g 

Messer Albert M. shoemaker, h. 22 Jackson 
" Charles S., R. R. employee, h. 62 Temple g"^ 

" George F. P. ins. agent, 210 Merrimack, b. 9 Orchard ^m 
" Ira K. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 41 Webster ■ 

" Jennie A. stenographer, 81 Merrimack, b. 41 Webster 
" Leverett, janitor, public library, h. 3 Clinton «g 

Messier Arthur, farmer, h. 17 Pilling 00 Pi 

Mestler Edward A. salesman, h. 7 Portland 9 > 

Metcalf Albert E. b. 22 Shepherd -I £ 

" Charles E. shoe cutter, b. 22 Shepherd § > 

" Edward D. shoe packer, h. 22 Shepherd ^ 

" George E. sawyer, h. 115 Cedar J 

" Harriet, widow, h. 34 Jackson 



Hattie, clerk, 17 Locust, b. 34 Jackson m C 



" Hiram, shoemaker, h. 34 Jackson 
" Nellie Mrs. h. 77 Locke 



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Metcalf William, b. 34 Jackson 
Meteyer Emilie, widow, b. 29 Oak terrace 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. r. 35 Hilldale ave. 
Metropolitan Band, 19 Washington 
METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO., J. S. 

McDaid, supt. 3 Washington sq. See page 74 
Metthe Adelord J. motorman, h. 23 John 
Meyerowitz Morris, tailor, 61 River 
Meyers Nellie M. Mrs. h. 177 Merrimack 

" see Myers 
Michaud Emile C. shoemaker, b. 59 Bellevue ave. 

" George, carpenter, h. 59 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph, h. 25 Hillside 

" Joseph, carpenter, h. 31 Oak terrace 

" Ledger, shoemaker, b. 31 Oak terrace 
Mickelson Willie, peddler, h. 32 Varnum 
Mickil Emma, widow of Orren E. h. 36 Park, Br. 

" see Meikle [A. V. 

Miett George W. shoemaker, b. J. W. Miett's, Broadway, 

" Henry F. shoemaker, h. 21 Pilling 

" John W. shoemaker, h. Broadway, A. V. [Fountain 
Mighill Charles F. bookkeeper, 56 Merrimack, b. 18 

" Thomas, h. 18 Fountain 
Mikado Chinese Laundry, 18 Water 
Milatiner Shia, shoemaker, h. 45 Varnum 
Milbury Joseph Watson, stock fitter, h. 11 Kent 
Mildon Kive, bottles, h. 93 River 
Milenosky Joseph, shoemaker, h. 46 River 
Miles Amy Mrs. b. J. B. Sawyer's, Salem, Br. 

" Edward E. shoemaker, h. 276 Washington 

" Louis, shoemaker, rms. 276 Washington 

<* Mary, h. 30 Elm 

" Robert, stock fitter, h. 184 Water 

" William H. foreman, 23 Hale, h. 39 Groveland 

" see Myles 
Milhandler William, peddler, h. 27 Elm 
Milhender V. h. 31 Primrose 
Milhendler Simon, rags, h. 28 Varnum 
Millard Albert H. shoe cutter, b. 42 Hancock 

" Frederick J. shoe cutter, h. 42 Hancock 
Millay Elmer L. foreman, 100 Phoenix row, h. 43 Arch 
MIL LAY FRED W. last mnfr. 100 Phoenix row, h. 

19 Sixth ave. See page 812 
Miller Arthur H. teamster, h. r. 5 Cypress 

" Arthur M. shoe cutter, h. 39 Kent 



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Miller Benjamin F. (B. F. Miller & Son) h. 11 Haverhill 

" Blanche E. teacher, Winter st. school, b. 51 Kent 

" B. F. & Son (Benjamin F. and Edward A.) grocers, 
452 and 454 Water 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 6 Cottage 

" David J. h. 15 High 

" Edith J. bookkeeper, 93 Essex, rms. 46 Kenoza ave. 

" Edward A. (B. F. Miller & Son) b. 11 Haverhill 

" Edward F. shoe stitcher, h. 1 Ford 

" Edwin A. carpenter, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Elkanah C. stitching, 44 Granite, h. 38 Lake View av. 

11 George, baker, 30 Grove, Br. b. 52 Central, do. 

" George G. (Haverhill House Heating Co.) 97 Wash, 
h. Commonwealth ave. cor. Macon ave. 

" Gilbert M. asst. engineer, h. 7 Webster 

" Grace, supt. 35 Merrimack, h. Commonwealth ave. 

" Harry A. carpenter, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Homer, fish, 14 Locust, h. 115 Cedar 

" Howard A. shoemaker, b. 3 Maple ave. Br. 

" James A. carpenter, h. 400 Washington 

" James T. farmer, h. 434 E. Broadway 

" Jennie M. Mrs. dressmaker, 7 Merrimack, h. do. 

" John, b. 21 Pilling 

" John Alfred, carpenter, h. 32 John 

" Joseph B. helper, h. end Hyatt ave. Br. 

" Mabel H. asst. public library, b. 37 Cedar 

" Maurice, hatter, h. 38 Varnum 

" Mike, rags, h. 30 Varnum 

" Oliver, baker, 40 Locust, b. 32 John 

" Oscar D. piper, 97 Washington, h. 5 Arch ave. 

" Raymond L. bicycle repairer, h. 37 Cedar 

" Sarah J. h. 14 Macon ave. 

" Sarah J. widow of Reuben C. h. 37 Cedar 

" S. Gonsales, stock broker, 25 Wash. sq. h. 116 Fountain 

" Wilbert J. foreman, 14 Washington, h. 32 Main, Br. 

" William D. bookkeeper, B. b. 51 Kent [Wash. 

«< William F. (Wm. F. Miller & Co.) 97 River, rms. 234 

" William F. & Co. (William F. Miller and Simeon T. 
M. Cyr) liquors, 97 River 

" William K. ins. agent, h. 51 Kent 
Millette Fred, hat worker, rms. 20 High 
Milliken Byron L. train baggage master, h. 3 Proctor 

" George B. shoe cutter, h. Sawyer opp. Montgomery 
Mills Annie, wid. of Harry, h. Amesbury rd. n. Whittierrd. 

" Annie L. teacher, Bowley school, b. 4 Pentucket 




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Mills A. Wallace, shoemaker, h. Nineteenth ave. 

" Bessie, widow of John, h. 41 Harrison 

" Clinton G. salesman, B. h. 28 Colby, Br. [Fernald av. 

" Frederick S. (Mills & McClintock) r. 22 Main, h. 23 

" George A. farmer, h. Lowell ave. c. Salem rd. S. H. 

" George N. farmer, h. Plaistow rd. n. Newton rd. 

" Howard, shoemaker, h. Nineteenth ave. 

" James, painter, h. 50 Linwood 

" James C. shoemaker, b. Nineteenth ave. 

" John E. car conductor, h. 1 Proctor 

" J. Frank, janitor, 26 Main, h. 21 Lincoln, Br. 

" Margaret E. widow of Benjamin W. h. 43 Jackson 

« M. Charles, farm hand, b. G. A. Mills' 

" Orlando W. machine operator, h. 63 Pleasant, Br. 

" Samuel, sole sorter, h. 14 Brooks, Br. 

" William H. painter, h. 2 1 Central, Br. 

" William W. bottler, 40 Fleet, h. 4 Pentucket 
MILLS & McCLINTOCK (F. S. Mills and J. A. 
McClintock) plumbing and heating, r. 22 Main. 
See page 12 
Milner Rose, forewoman, rms. 23 Pentucket 
Millner William, h. 3 Benjamin 
Milot Edmond, shoe cutter, h. Maurice, cor. Bateman 

" Joseph, shoe cutter, h. Bateman, n. Maurice 
Milton Ellen M. Mrs. h. 8 Pleasant, Br. 

" Grace G. teacher,Geo. Cogswell schooi,b. 8 Pleasant,Br. 

" Helen, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 8 Pleasant, Br. 
Minard Lamartine, foreman, r. 98 Wash. h. at Groveland 
Minchillo Antonio, morocco worker, h. 46 River 
Mindele Himan, painter, 205 River, h. do. 
Miner Alfred A. groceries, 93 Main, Br. h. 30 Colby, do. 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 12 Pleasant, Br. 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. Jasper, n. Main 

" Louis H. shoemaker, h. 174 Lowell ave. 

" William H. beater out, h. 8 Orchard, Br. 
Mingele Anthony, laborer, h. r. 171 Washington 
Minnill James, laborer, h. 7 Washington ave. 
Miron John Baptiste, shoemaker, h. r. 109 Lafayette sq. 

" Joseph B. stock fitter, h. 12 Hillside 
Mitchell Addie A.Mrs, bookkeeper, 76 Merrimack, h. 255 
Groveland 

" Albert L. shoe cutter, h. 15 Nichols 

" Andrew S. farmer, h. 359 E. Broadway 

" Arthur, h. 255 Groveland 

" Bertha G. hat worker, b. 349 Washington 



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Mitchell Burt G. (Rock Bottom Shoe Co.) 51 Wash. h. 54 
Highland ave. 

" Carrie L. widow of George W. h. 44 Summer 

" Charles, b. 1 1 Summer, Br. 

" Charles, shoe cutter, h. 8 Baltimore 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 382 Washington 

" Clarence B. tailor, 142 Merrimack, h. 22 Salem, Br. 

"s Edward F. car repairer, h. 27 Davis 

" Enamel Co. (The) leather enamel, 40 Washington 

" Everett B. shoe cutter, h. 7 Central 

" Florence Mrs. h. 5 Washington 

" Frank J. (Mitchell & Co.) dry goods, 76 to 80 Merri- 
mack, h. 118 Chestnut 

" Frank W. clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 139 Groveland 

" George Jr. lawyer, 115 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 

" G. Everett, dentist, 25 Merrimack, rms. 35 Webster 

" Harry E. motorman, h. 46 Baltimore 

" Helen Davis Mrs. h. 76 Arlington 

" I. Lewis, editor, h. 35 vVebster 

" James L. shoemaker, h. 26 Grove 

" John, h. 139 Main, Br. 

" John H. apothecary, 194 Winter, h. 100 Chestnut 

" John T. laster, h. 17 Moore 

" Josie S. h. 105 Winter 

" J. Arthur, hatter, h. 9 Baldwin 

" Lizzie, school teacher, b. 359 E. Broadway 

" Nelson C. hatter, h. 104 Prospect, Br. 

" Robert H. foreman, 40 Granite, h. 49 Main, Br. 

" Tobias P. (Rock Bottom Shoe Co.) 51 Wash. b. 30 
Sheridan 

" William A. heel mnfr. r. 57 Wash. h. 27 Bartlett 
MITCHELL & CO. (Frank J. Mitchell and Nicho- 
las C. Johnson) dry goods, 76 to 80 Merrimack. 
See page 824 
Mobley James B bootblack, Haverhill sta. h. 2 Dexter 

" William R. bootblack, 118 Wash, and 25 Main, h. 5 
Marshall 
Moffett Benjamin, shoemaker, b. 31 Charles 

" Eugene E. shoemaker, b. 31 Charles 

" Frank Mrs. h. 56 Bellevue ave. 

" Louis N. shoemaker, b. 31 Charles 

'• S. S. heel cutter, rms. 128 Merrimack 

Mogan Patrick, shoe cutter, rms. 169 Wash. 

Mohan Patrick, morocco dresser, h. 58 Charles 
Molleur Georgia, bookkeeper, 16 Emerson, b. 79 River 

SSS: H. L. TAYLOR &"CJK 

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Molleur Modiste, shoemaker, h. 79 River 
Molloy Annie, widow of Frank, h. 201 Water 

" Elizabeth, dressmaker, b. 7 Franklin 

" James P. salesman, 29 Railroad sq. h. at Groveland 

" James T. h. 7 Franklin 

" Mary E. dressmaker, 43 Merrimack, h. 7 Franklin 

" Sarah E. stenographer, r. 37 Wash. h. at S. Groveland 

" Susan, dressmaker, b. 7 Franklin 
Monahan Cornelius, city paver, h. 2 Bartlett court 

" Thomas T. coachman, 36 Summer, h. 60^ do. 

" see Moynihan 
Monastesse Leon L. shoemaker, h. 323 River 

" Louis A. shoemaker, h. 3 Mt. Dustin ave. 
Monette Eugene, furn. repairer, 30 Wash. sq. b. 59 Essex 

" J. Arthur, mngr. 30 Wash. sq. h. at Georgetown 

" Napoleon T. shoemaker, h. 38 Bellevue ave. 

" Treffle S. beater out, h. 25 Blaisdell 
Monfils Joseph T. painter, b. 11 Summer - 

" Mary L. milliner, 54 Merrimack, b. 11 Summer 

" Mary L. Mrs. h. 1 1 Summer 

" Napoleon A. foreman, h. 11 Summer 
Monihan Theresa, bookkeeper, 121 Essex, h. 1 Beacon 
Monkooz Frank, laborer, h. Cogswell 
Monroe Mary A. Mrs. fancy goods, 69 Locust, h. do. 
Monticelli Frank, hairdresser, 58 Wingate, h. 4 Sargent ct. 
Montminy Eugene B. heeler, h. 188 Water 
Montreuil Alexander A. stock roller, h. 3 Apple 
Moody Almira F. dressmaker, 14 Union, h. do. 

" Eldrige B. Mrs. h. 47 Fourth ave. 

" Eliza Jane, widow of James S. b. 7 Maple ave. Br. 

" Emma G. restaurant, 64 Essex, h do. [Pleasant 

" Ira W. shoemaker, and asst. engineman, engine 4, h. 45 

" Maria J. h. 14 Union 

" Mary E. h. 38 Saltonstall rd. 

" Ora Mrs. h. 4 Marshall 

" William H. Hon. sec. of the Navy, Wash. D. C. and 
^Mood & Bartlett) lawyer, 115 Merrimack 
h. 38 Saltonstall rd. 
MOODY & BARTLETT (William H. Moody and 
Joseph H. Pearl) attorneys-at-law, rms. 2, 3 and 4 
Masonic bldg. 113 Merrimack. See page 804 
Mooers Pliny, farmer, h. 815 Main 

" William, laborer, h. 815 Main 
Moorad Charles, fruit, 188 Winter 
Mooradian Jacob, laborer, b. 37 Hillside 



HAVERHILL LIO 1 DIRECTORY 



Mooradian Nicholas, laborer, b. 37 Hillside 

" Peter, shoemaker, h. 37 Hillside 
Moore Alvin J. shoemaker, b. 75 Washington ave. 

" Bessie, widow of George B. h. 19 Ashland 

" Charles E. sole cutter, h. 9 Munroe 

" Charles W. shoemaker, h. 9 Pilling 

" Eber S. laster, h. 14 Whittier 

" Elmer L. heel, h. 23 Chestnut 

" Frank B. painter, h. 15 North 

" Fred S. fireman, rms. 34 Riverside ave. [side ave. 

" George F. supt. street lights, City Hall, h. 34 River- 

" George G. shoe treer, h. 316 Groveland 

" Horace B. shoe nailer, h. 75 Washington ave. 

" Joseph C. forman, C. K. Fox, h. 221 Winter 

" Martha H. Mrs. private school, 76 Main, h. do. 

•' Mary E. widow of Fred R. h. 6 Jackson 

" Nancy, widow of Francis F. h. 14 Green 

" Nellie M. teacher, High school, h. 76 Main 

" Rolland B. supt. Boys club, rms. 18 Arlington 

" Thomas, shoemaker, h. 197 Primrose 
Moorr W. P. foreman, 31 Granite, h. at Groveland 
Mooshoian Bros. (Charles and George) bakers, 200 Essex 

•' Charles (Mooshoian Bros.) 200 Essex, rms. 216 do. 

" George (Mooshoian Bros.) 200 Essex, rms. 216 do. 
Moran Annie J. stitcher, rms. 157 Winter 

" Benjamin, shoemaker, b. 1 Lewis 

" Dennis F. heel cutter, b. 74 Franklin 

" George, shoemaker, h. 125 Primrose 

" James, grocer, 52 Primrose, h. do. 

" James, shoemaker, b. 51 Harrison 

" James E. mngr. 102 Merrimack, h. 13 Union 

" James H. shoemaker, h. 85 Groveland 

" John, mill hand, b. 92 Locke 

" John F. shoe cutter, h. 42 Jackson 

" John T. hatter, h. 253 River 

" Margaret, widow of Cornelius, h. 74 Franklin 

" Placide, hairdresser, 9 Wash. h. 22 Maple 

" Thomas, hairdresser, 211 Winter, b. 1 Lewis 
' Thomas, shoemaker, h. Hale, n. Eighth ave. 

" William, stone mason, h. 1 Lewis 

" see Morin 
Morash James F. painter, 178 Merrimack, b. 91 Main, Br. 
Morbine Joseph, laborer, h. 222 Wash. 
Moreau Godfois, tinsmith, r. 22 Main, h. 17 Hilldale ave. 

" Oliver, shoemaker, h. 18 Hilldale ave. 

1MN S (MTU CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

llUlllllAll U. UULiij MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Old Sashes and. Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 802 DIRECTORY 



Morel Casimir, brickmaker, h. 2 Oak ter. 

" Ernest J. hat trimmer, b. 2 Oak ter. 

•' Fideme, shoemaker, h. Wharf lane, R. V. 

" Octave O. tinsmith, h. 1 1 Arch ave. 

" Rose clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 11 Arch ave. 

" see Morrill 
Morelle Frank, foreman, h. 475 Washington 

" George H. foreman, b. 475 Washington 

" John B. confectionery, 10 Broadway, h. do. 
Morey Helen, shoe worker, rms. 46 Washington ave. 

" J. Arthur, driver, h. 37 Webster 

" Lillian M. clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. 37 Webster 

" Thomas J. confectionery, h. 37 Webster 

" Walter, shoemaker, b. Geo. S. Blaisdell's, Amesbury rd. 
Morgan Charles A. shoe cutter, rms. 19 How 

" Charles T. Rev. pastor, First Baptist church, h. 5 
Pleasant, Br. 

" DeWitt C. ins. agt. 72 Merrimack, h. 136 Winter 

" Edward, shoemaker, rms. 15 Duncan 

" Loren O. brakeman, h. 29 Washington ave. 

" Martha E. Mrs. lodging houses, 25, 27, and 29 Wash- 
ington ave. h. do. 

" Patrick H. hatter, bds. 169 Washington 

" Patrick H. shoemaker, b. 285 River 

" Percey D. clerk, 68 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 

" Walter L. architect, at Lawrence, 136 Winter 
Moriarty Bartholomew J. tailor, 15 Emerson, h. 11 
Observatory ave. 

" Catherine, eyeleter, h. 35 Lewis 

" Catherine J. widow of Michael, b. 15 Kimball 

" James, tailor, 10 Primrose, h. do. 

" Margaret, widow of James, h. 69 Fifth ave. 

" Nellie T. stitcher, h. 35 Lewis 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 15 Kimball 
Moribiani Joseph, laborer, b. 222 Washington 
Morin Arthur N. shoe cutter, h. 15 Newcomb 

" Charles, box maker, h. 7 Lafayette ave. 

" Edward, carpenter, h. 3 Federal 

" George C. shoemaker, b. James T. Morin's 

" George N. mason, h. 24 Willie [ave. 

" George N. teamster, 12 Lafayette sq. h. Marion, c.Pine 

" Henry L. shoemaker, h. 15 Newcomb 

" James P. shoemaker, b. 125 Hilldale ave. 

" James T. teamster, h. Maurice, next Hilldare ave. 

" Joseph, b. James T. Morin's 



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Morin Joseph O. salesman, 105 Merrimack, h. 66 Summer 
" Kate L. Mrs. h. 125 Hilldale ave. 
" Laurent M. shoemaker, 23 Hale, h. do. 
" Mary widow of Louis, h. 222 River 
" Mary E. widow of Napoleon, h. 15 Newcomb 

tf' Placide, shoemaker, h. 61 Lincoln, Br. 
" Samuel, laborer, h. 12 Hillside 
" see Moran 

Morine James E. teamster, h. 2 Pleasant 
" James E. Mrs. dressmaker, 42 Merrimack, h. 2 Pleasant 

Morneau Bibiane, tel. oper. 186 Merrimack, b. 27 Vine 
" Elie F. ins. agt. 3 Wash. sq. h. 27 Vine 
" Eva C. dressmaker, 27 Vine, b. do. 

Moroney Patrick, shoe worker, b. 28 Oak Terrace 

Morrelli James, laborer, h. 13 Wingate 

Morrill Charles F. shoemaker, b. 191 Water 
" Charles H. shoemaker, b. 121 Lafayette sq. 
" Clara V. stitcher, h. 37 Main 
" Clarence E. shoemaker, h. 49 Hancock CSfr 

" Clarence K. b. 19 Summer C5E 

" Everett A. shoemaker, b. 135 Main B 

" Frank T. (F. T. &J.T. Morrill) h. 18 Lexington av. Br. «gj 
" F. T. & J. T. (Frank T. & J. T. Morrill) restaurant, Z5 
9 R. R. sq. 2B 

" George M. show man, b. 121 Lafayette sq. 
" George W. hostler, h. 121 Lafayette sq. €5 

" Harry S. heel burnisher, h. 57 How C* 

" Henry, fireman, Sanders pi. h. 39 Bradford av. Br. 
(i Hezekiah B. h. 480 Main 

" James M. supt. 30 to 40 Wingate, b. 45 Pleasant 
" John, shoemaker, rms. 53 Pecker 
" John H. Mrs. h. 4 Mill 

" J. T. (F. T. & J.T. Morrill) h. 18 Lexington ave. Br. £ 
" Lewis S. bicycle repairer,ll West,h. 25 Carleton av.Br. c p| 
" Mary A. h. 3 Spring Z < 

" Mary W. dressmaker, 240 Main, b. do. 0<5 

" Roger W. shoemaker, h. 19 Summer JJP 

" William E. salesman, h. 240 Main P 

Morris Charles E. motorman, h. 18 Sheridan 2 2 

" John J. laborer, h. 59 Merrimack pO 

" Lucy A. laundress, h. 31 Ashland OH 

" Margaret, operative, rms. 157 Winter ' CO 

" Michael, shoemaker, b. 94 Primrose W 

" Moses, shoemaker, h. 5 Garden ct. 
" Nelson & Co. wholesale beef, 172 Essex 



HAVERHILL 304 DIRECTORY 



Morris Patrick, laborer, h. 23 Maple 

" see Maurice 
Morrison Ada S. bookkeeper,C.H. Cox,Br.b.l72 Groveland 

" Augustus G. shoemaker, h. 148 Golden Hill ave. 

" Carrie M. Mrs. h. 1 White 

" Charles E. voice culture and manager Arlington Quar- 
tette, 25 Pleasant, Br. h. do. 

" Charles H. shoemaker, h. 149 Golden Hill ave. 

" Edwin W. shoe cutter, h. 159 Golden Hill ave. 

" Elijah, peddler, h. 41 Millvale rd. 

" Eliza A. h. 17 Ashland 

" Esther E. clerk, 260 River, b. 148 Golden Hill ave. 

" George Albert, billiards, 40 Winter, h. 79 Franklin 

" George W. stock fitter, h. 3 Worthen pi. 

" Jane, widow of Elbridge G. h. 25 Millvale rd. 

" John, shoemaker, rms. 157 Main 

" John E. shoemaker, h. 94 Emerson 

" J. E. Mrs. dressmaker, 94 Emerson, h. do. 

" Luther G. h. 172 Groveland 

*' Mary B. Mrs. h. 241 Washington 

" Nancy, widow of Daniel, b. 73 Broadway 

" Pamelia J. Mrs. stitcher, h. 495 Washington 

" Peter, shoemaker, rms. 8 Shepherd 

" Robert H. box maker, b. 172 Groveland 

" Sarah J. widow of Zachariah N. h. 79 Franklin 

" Walter, shoemaker, h. 131 Merrimack 

" Warren B. heeler cutter, h. 3 Temple pi. 
Morrisseau Arthur, shoemaker, h. 57 Bellevue ave. 

" Jean, shoemaker, h. 57 Bellevue ave. 

" Lucy, widow of Joseph, h. 57 Bellevue ave. 
Morse Alfred L. B. shoemaker, boards 23 North 

" Annie G. cashier, 28 Merrimack, b. 25 Howard 

" A. Eugene, shoemaker, h. 41 How 

" Bainbridge (Nichols & Morse) clothing, etc. 56 Merri- 
mack, h. 51 Mt. Vernon 

" Charles, clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. at W. Newbury 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. 23 North 

" Charles E. motorman, h. 18 Sheridan 

" Charles E. salesman, 75 Merrimack, h. 145 Winter 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. High, bey. Main, Br. 

" Charles F. h. 14 Summit ave. 

" Charles H. tinsmith, h. 16 Hazeltine, Br. 

" Charles W. h. 24 Park 

" Clara A. teacher, Greenleaf school, b. 72 Elm, Br. 



HAVERHILL 305 DIRECTORY 



MORSE C. C. & SON (George D. Morse) printers, 

etc. 69 Merrimack. See page 814 
" Elizabeth, h. 26 Blossom, Br. 
" Elizabeth C. widow of Horace, h. 70 Howard 
" Emma L. Mrs. h. 4 Chadwick, Br. 
" Fannie I. dressmaker, 25 Howard, b. do. 
" Frank B. foreman, 17 Locust, h. 70 Howard 
" F.ank C. h. 88 Chestnut 
" Fred D. machine operator, h. 1 1 9 Portland 
" Frederick H. supt. Ira J. Webster, h. 3 Forest ave. 
" F. William, shipper, 17 Locust, b. 3 Forest ave. 
MOJiSE GEORGE D. auctioneer, and (C.C. Morse 

& Son) 69 Merrimack, h. 14 Byron, Br. See p. 814 
" George E. beater out, h. 69 Howard 
" Gertrude E. h. 70 Howard [do. 

" Harry P. (Morse & Hoyt) Island Park, Br. h. 228 Main, 
" Henry P. h. 217 Main, Br. [Br. 

•' Herman F. picture framer, 35 Merrimack, h. 72 Elm, 
" Hollis P. box maker, h. 6 Maynard ave. Br. 
" Ira D. agent, 114 Wash. h. 12 Freeman 
" James M. Mrs. h. 55 Arch 

" J. Melvin, shoemaker, 65 Merrimack, Br. h. do. 
" Lester C. shoemaker, b. 12 Freeman 
" Lizzie, widow of A. Frank, h. 25 Howard 
" Lottie H. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 1 19 Portland 
" Mabel, nurse, b. 70 Howard 
'" Martha C. widow of John G. h. 51 Mt. Vernon 
" Mary, Mrs. h. 15 Main 

" Milton C. police, h. 8 Forest ave. [ave. 

" Moses C. foreman, 12 Granite, h. 21 Commonwealth 
" Nettie E. willow of Warren D. clerk, 140 Merrimack, 

h. 7 Green, Br. 
" Rebecca I. widow, b. 74 Portland 
" Sabrina H. widow of Silas M. h. 159 Webster 
" Samuel B. shoemaker, b. 8 Henry [9 Hazeltine, Br. 
" Samuel J. (Morse & Proctor) soles, etc. 136 Wash. h. 
" Sarah M. widow of Lucius H. h. 29 Central, Br. 
'* Seth B. physician, 72 Emerson, h. 70 do. 
" Sylvester P. farmer, h. 180 Salem, Br. 
" Thirza, Mrs. b. 119 Main [port 

" William E. (Morse & Heath) 2 Bridge, h. at Newbury- 
" William E. foreman, 86 Wash. b. 8 Henry 
MORSE & HEATH (William E. Morse and Arthur 

P. Heath) electricians and platers, 2 Bridge. See 

front cover 




Business and Shorthand. >i>hone us for office nei P . 



HAVERHILL 30(5 DIRECTORY 



MORSE & HOYT (Harry P. Morse and Charles M* 

Hoyt) paper box mnfrs. Kimball, Island Park, Br. 

See p. cS12 [soles, taps, etc. 136 Washington 

" & Proctor (Samuel J. Morse and J. Herbert Proctor) 

Morss Charles B. salesman, Lennox & Briggs, b. 20 Hazel- 
tine, Br. 
" George C. carpenter, h. 566 Washington 
" Louise K. teacher, at Riverside, b. 20 Hazeltine, Br. 
" Walter S. city carpenter, h. 20 Hazeltine, Br. 

Morton Mellville J. shoemaker, rms. 1 Temple pi. 
" William A. fresco painter, 10 Columbia pk. h. do. 

Moses Arthur, leather worker, b. 51 Arch 
" Olin E. ice, S. Cross rd. Br. h. do. 

Mosher Addie, widow of Paul, h. 2 75 N. Broadway 
" Charles E. stock fitter, b. 275 N. Broadway 
" George H. shoemaker, b. 275 N. Broadway 
" Joseph, shoe cutter, b. 275 N. Broadway 
" Louis N. stock fitter, h. 275 N. Broadway 

Moulton Amanda L. widow of Newland, h. 253 Main 
" Anna T. widow of John, h. 12 Sixth ave. 
" Arline, clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. 15 Newcomb 
" Charles B. shoemaker, h. 3 Fifth ave. 
" Cold Storage Co. E. H. Moulton, prop. 132 Essex 
" Daniel Y. carpenter, h. 84 Kimball, Br. 
" Edward, optician, rms. 64 Winter 

MOULTON EDWIN H. pork, lard, etc. whol. 132 
Essex, and Moulton Cold Storage Co. do. h. 13 
Newcomb. See page 821 
" George G. clerk, b. 12 Sixth ave. 
" George L. salesman, 132 Essex, h. 15 Newcomb 
" James N. trav. salesman, h. 117 Portland 
" John Franklin, shoemaker, h. 12 Buttonwoods ave. 
" John G. librarian, public library, rms. 27 Summer 
" John L. apprentice, b. 3 Fifth ave. 
" John P. (Moulton & Goodwin) rms. 82 Water 
•' Josiah S. shoe cutter, h. 120 Winter 
" Louis R. billiards, 31 Wash. h. 13 Jackson 
" William, clerk, 1 Wash. sq. b. 3 Fifth ave. [Portland 
" W. Vernon, soles, taps, etc. 59 to 63 Wingate, b. 117 
" & Goodwin (John P. Moulton and Edwin Goodwin) 
boat builders, 2 School 

Mourey Victoria, widow of Louis, h. 35 Hillside 

MOXCEY JAMES P. painter, 38 Main, h. 28 Dud- 
ley. See page 1 1 

Moxley Thomas, teamster, 190 Essex, b. 223 do. 



HAVERHILL 301 DIRECTORY 



Moy Henry, laundry, 19 Kenoza ave. h. do. 

" K. Way, laundry, 57 White, rms. do. 
Moylan Patrick H. laster, h. 42 Charles 
Moynihan Cornelius, shoe cutter, b. 28 Harrison 

" Daniel, city laborer, h. 28 Harrison 

" Daniel, laborer, h. 64 Fifth ave. 

" Daniel, ins. agt. 3 Wash. sq. h. r. 57 Primrose 

" Frank, laborer, b. 82 Kimball, Br. 

" Margaret A. widow of Patrick H. h. 14 York 

" Mary, widow of John, b. 65 Fifth ave. 

" Michael, b. 28 Harrison 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 42 Charles 

" Patrick H. teamster, 9 Wash. ave. h. 23 Harrison 

" Timothy, city laborer, h. 40 Portland 

" Timothy, laborer, b. 19 Chadwick, Br. 

" Timothy, laborer, h. 76 Fifth ave. 

" William, city laborer, h. 82 Franklin 
Mudgett Heber W. laster, h. 3 Maple 
Mulcahy John, carpenter, h. Bateman opp. Maurice 
Mulholland Kate R. bookkeeper, 49 Merrimack, b. 11 
Carleton pi. 

" May, bookkeeper, 159 Winter, b. 11 Carleton pi. 

" Peter, laborer, h. 1 1 Carleton pi. 

" Sarah, telephoner, b. 1 1 Carleton 
Mullane James, sole sorter, h. 13 Lewis 
Mullen Arthur, shoe cutter, b. 36 Locke, Br. 

" Daniel J. shoe finisher, h. 96 Cedar 

" Hannah, widow of Martin, h. 96 Cedar 

" Henry, freight handler, rms. 17 Orchard 

" James, gardener, h. 146 Eighth ave 

" John, die maker, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" John, roofer, rms. 174 Merrimack 

" John, shoemaker, b. 146 Eighth ave. 

" Martin, clerk, 243 Winter, b. 96 Cedar [Cedar 

" Michael, overseer, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. 22 

" Patrick, shoemaker, h. 36 Locke, Br. 

" Thomas H. clerk, 63 Essex, h. 41 Fourth ave. 
Mullens Jackson, clerk, 1.2 Merrimack 
Mulligan Ann Mrs. h. 9 Green 
Mullin Peter, shoemaker, h. 6 Locke, Br. 
Mullins Annie, widow of Alexander, h. 221 Winter 

" Arthur, shoe worker, b. 221 Winter 
Multzman Leithman, rags, h. 112 River 
Mulvaneyjohn H. plasterer, h. 27 Lancaster 

" Thomas, morocco dresser, h. 1 Railroad, Br. 

coX. H. L TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 308 DIRECTORY 



Mulvey Frank G. laborer, b. r. 28 Harrison 

" Henry, shoemaker, b. r. 28 Harrison 

" Patrick, b. r. 28 Harrison [Merrimack, h. do. 

Munday Abbie H. widow of Alphonso, dressmaker, 52 

" Fred, trav. salesman, b. 52 Merrimack 
Mungin Henry, shoemaker, h. 17 Primrose 
Munn Charles R. bow cutter, h. 15 Nichols 
Munro Howard L. shoemaker, b. 3 Ashland 

" William, heel mnfr. 51 Wingate, h. 3 Ashland 
Munroe Elmer J. nail sticker, b. 27 Ayer 

" Emery H. bookkeeper, 260 River, h. at Somerville 

" Joseph W. sole sorter, h. 146 Water 

" Julius D. shoemaker, h. 27 Ayer 

" Mary J. h. 22 Chestnut, Br. 

" Thomas H. heel cutter, h. 27 Sixth ave. 

" see Monroe 
Munsey Clyde, shoemaker, rms. 82 Merrimack 

" Delwin A. shoemaker, h. 3 Beacon 
Murdock Frank, stock fitter, h. 81 Groveland 

" Horace, shoemaker, h. 8 Lincoln, Br. 

" Myron, carpenter, rms. 17 White 
Murphy Charles E. bds. 106 Bellevue ave. 

'' Cornelius, shoemaker, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" Daniel, shoemaker, h. 10 Mill 

" Dennis, shoe dresser, rms. 64 Hancock 

" Dennis, sole cutter, h. 49 Willie 

" Dennis J. foreman, 72 Phoenix roL, h. at N. Andover 

" Edward J. shoemaker, b. 91 Franklin 

" Ellen, widow of Timothy, h. Plaistow rd. R. V. 

" George E. shoemaker, b. 174 Merrimack 

" Hannah, widow of Owen, h. 91 Franklin 

" Henry J. spinner, b. 104 Primrose 

" James, shoe cutter, h. 64 Hancock 

" James W. carriage trimmer, h. 66^ Summer 

" Jeremiah J. carpenter, h. 54 Hilldale ave. 

" Joanna, widow of Patrick, h. 54 Hilldale ave. 

" John, shoemaker, h. 106 Bellevue ave. 

" John, shoemaker, h. Plaistow rd. R. V. 

" John E. sole cutter, h. 4 7 Primrose 

" John F. reporter, Gazette, b. 215 Winter 

" John J. dentist, b. 20 Vine 

" John J. shoemaker, h. 215 Winter 

" John J. sole leather cutter, b. 275^ River 

" John T. loom fixer, h. 246 Winter 

" John T. machine operator, b. 106 Bellevue ave. 



HAVERHILL 309 DIRECTORY 



Murphy John W. foreman, st. dept. H. G. Lt. Co. h. 1 
Lafayette 

" Joseph T. machine operator, b. 106 Bellevue ave. 

" Mae G. V. teacher, Union school, A. V. b. 66 Summer 

" Martin, brick layer, h. 36 High 

" Mary, shoe stitcher, h. 209 Winter 

" Mary, widow, b. 38 Prospect, Br. 

" Mary, widow of John, boarding house, 165 Essex 

" Mary A. rms. 82 Merrimack 

" Mary A. teacher, school st. school, b. 54 Hilldale ave 

14 Patrick, coachman, 57 Park, h. 56 Summer 

" Patrick, shoe cutter, b. 78 Franklin 

" Patrick J. shoemaker, h. 76 Fifth ave. 

" Peter, shoemaker, b. 63 Locust 

" Robert, laborer, h. 40 Lewis 

" Rose, widow of Francis, h. 54 j Arch [Br. 

" Thomas, gardener, Pentucket Club, h. 12 Bradford av. 

" Thomas, plumber, b. 78 Franklin 

" Thomas, shoemaker, 104 Primrose, h. do. 

" Thomas H. shoemaker, h. 52 Central 

" Thomas J. shoemaker, h. E. Broadway, R. V. 

" Timothy H. shoemaker, h. Plaistow rd. R. V. 

" Timothy W. shoemaker, h. 9 Nichols 

" William C. b. 106 Bellevue ave. 

" William J. clerk, 21 Water, b. 104 Primrose 

" William J. letter carrier, b. 66J Summer 

" William P. laborer, h. 25 Haseltine, Br. 
Murray Allen D. shoe cutter, h. Neck rd. W. H. 

" Bernard, motorman, h. 19 Maxwell 
MURRAY BROS. CO. George E. Murray, pres. 
and treas. ; wholesale grocers, Stevens, opp. Stevens' 
Mill. See page 22 

" Edwin S. carpenter, h. 15 Buttonwoods ave. 

" Elmer, slipper mnfr. 24 Wash. h. 17 Pentucket 

" Emma M. widow of Charles N. h. off Main, beyond 
High, Br. 

" Ephraim F. shoemaker, rms. 6 Henry 

" Florence I. tel. oper. 14 How, b. 7 Bartlett 

" Frank C. shoe cutter, h. 7 Bartlett 

" George, city laborer, h. 80 Fifth ave. [dover 

" George E. pres. and treas. Murray Bros. Co. h. at An- 

" Georgianna S. Mrs. h. 210 Kenoza ave. 

" J. Henry (J. H. Murray & Co.) h. 6 Henry 

" J. H. & Co. (J. Henry Murray)shoe mnfrs.26Wash. sq. 

" Kingford J. (Murray & Dugdale h. 61 Auburn 

NORMAN S. COLE, p JSffo iir^S!^ 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



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Murray Miranda, widow of Isaac, h. 17 Pentucket 

" Will B. foreman, 24 Duncan, h. 214 Kenoza ave. 

" William E. h. 70 Central, Br. 

" & Dugdale (Kingford J. Murray and James £. Dug- 
dale) stoves, furnaces, etc. 23 Water 

" see Mourey 
Muse William H. driver, 8 Merrimack, h. 70 Franklin 
Mutch John D. farmer, h. Middle rd. n.E. Broadway,E.P. 
Muzzey Arthur T. carpenter, b. 14 Charles, Br. 

" Flora A. stitcher, h. 33 Jefferson 

" Frank P. carpenter, h. 14 Charles, Br. 

" Fred E. box maker, b. 33 Jefferson 

" M. Lottie Mrs. h. 16 Merrimack 
Myers Abbie F. widow of Wallace H. h. Groveland, near 
Groveland line, Br. 

" George H. shoemaker, b. Sj4 Walnut 

" see Meyers 
Myles Emma F. widow of Newton G. h. 16 William 

" see Miles 
Mynck Harriet N. Mrs. h. 37 Arch 

" Myra, widow of Frederick S. h. 88 Merrimack 

NADEAU JOSEPH, shoemaker, h.46 Bellevue ave. 
Nalty Grace L. widow of Patrick, h. 50 Winter 
Naimie Charles, shoemaker, b. 126 Winter [Br. 

Nash Guy, bicycle repairer, 43 Washington, b. 46 Pleasant, 

" Hiram A. carpenter, h. 46 Pleasant, Br. 

" Joseph W. machine operator, h. 28 Arch 
Nason Andrew J. shoemaker, h. 39 Kent 

" Annie E. milliner, b. 39 Kent 

" Arthur L. shoe cutter, h. 10 Silver 

" Charles H. shoe cutter, h. 8 Silver 

" Edward, farmer, h. Neck road, W. H. 

" Emily G. widow of Joshua W. h. 8 Warren 

" Emma E. dressmaker, b. 39 Kent 

" Frank E. shoe cutter, h. 14 Sixth ave. 

u F. Augustus, stock cutter, h. 9 Peabody, Br. 

" George H. edge setter, b. 39 Kent 

" George W. house 10 Silver 

" Mary E. widow of George W. b. 119 Main 
Natho Gustave, baker, 32 Emerson, h. 7 Orchard 
National Biscuit Co. Walter J. Tuck, mngr. 155 Winter 

" Cycle Club, 43 Merrimack 
Natoli Joseph, fruit, 112 Water, h. do. 
Naumowicz Antonio, shoemaker, h. 15 South 



HAVERHILL 811 DIRECTORY 



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Neagle Bridget, widow ot Richard, h. 6ti Franklin 
" James, shoemaker, b. 22 John 
" Johannah Mrs. h. 22 John 
" John, clerk, b.- 22 York 
" John, stoker, gas works, h. 42 North 
" Mary Mrs. h. 48 Primrose 
" Patrick J. laborer, b. 22 York 
" Thomas J. foreman, 260 River, h. 66 Franklin 

Neal Addie J. widow of Walter J. h. 53 Washington ave. 
" Helen M. Mrs. tailoress, h. 39 White 
" Henry, machinist, h. 106 High 
" Hugh, sole sorter, h. 23 William 
" Wilbur F. shoe packer, h. 39 White [Br. 

Nealley George F. insurance, 60 Merrimack, h. 217 Main, 
" George K. h. 232 Main, Br. 

Nealy Clarence L. helper, 97 Wash. rms. 36 Macon ave. 
" Ezra T. laster, rms. 34 Grand 
" George A. skiver, h. 138 Water 

Needham Pamelia, b. 342 Washington 

Nefarge Joseph, laborer, h. 30 Locke 

Neiman Morris, junk, h. 104 J River [Main, Br. 

Nelson Andrew, foreman, 54 Wash. b. J.J. Peterson's, ^ 
" Augustus E. hairdresser, 50 Merrimack, rms. 22 Nichols j£g 
" Benjamin S. shoe cutter, h. 2h Vine [101 Main O 

" Charles A. apothecary, 1 Washington and 2 Essex, h. ^S 
" Enoch B. shipper, 83 Washington, h. 18 Jackson ^— 

" Ernest S. bookkeeper, 23 Hale, b. 32 Kent £aS 

" George C. missionary, h. 21 Kenoza ave. -^ 

" Harriet O. b. 22 Summer ^J 

" John, b. Byron Ramsey's, Main, R. V. ^* 

" Joseph B. motorman, h. 69 Howard 
" Julius, shoemaker, h. 23 Ayer 

" Myron H. machinist, h. 32 Kent C -I 

" N. Marshall, at 17 Locust, h. 142 Groveland 2 X 

" Thomas J. job wagon, Wash. sq. h. 100 Cedar m 

" WTlliam E. shoemaker, h. 11 Munroe * 2 

Nesbitt William H. lieut. and tillerman ladder No. 2, 20 jj 5 
Essex, rms. do. 73 P! 

Ness Kate, widow of George, h. 16 Pecker [N.J. 2 2 

Nevin Thomas A. pres. 106 Merrimack, h. at E. Orange, 2 

Nevins Patrick J. mngr. 106 Merrimack, h. 14 Hamilton av.^ 5 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TEL-Sc 
EGRAPH CO. 14 How. See opp. City Govt w " 

NEW PHOENIX (THE) C. Li Saunders, prop. 11 > j{| 
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New York Life Insurance Co. 72 Merrimack 
Newbegin George A., McKay operator, h. 14 Winter 

" Leon H. shoemaker, h. 129 High 

" Rebecca A. widow of George H. h. 129 High 

" William H. bottler, 18 Phoenix row, h. 129 High 
Newberg George E. shoemaker, h. 134 River 

" John, laborer, h. 29 Ayer 
Newcomb Alphonso I. shoe cutter, b. 20 Walnut 

" Forrest C. shoe cutter, b. Broadway, cor. Lake 

" Frederick J. laster, b. 18 Arlington 

" Jesse S. h. 540 Water 

" Jesse S. sole layer, h. 14 Henry 

" Jesse S. Mrs. cook, 51 Merrimack, h. 14 Henry 

" John A. shoe cutter, b. 16 Marshall 

" John D. h. 8 Summer 

" Lucy, rms. 7 Bartlett ave. 

" Luther C. stable, 20 Walnut, h. do. 

" Mary, dressmaker, 18 Arlington, b. do. 

" Mary A. widow of John, h. 18 Arlington 
Newell Albert M. h. 18 Brockton ave. 

" Annie, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 60 Summer 

" Catherine, widow of Charles, h. 96 Temple 

" Charles W. clerk, 159 Winter, h, 31 Dudley 

" Edward J. trimming cutter, b. 60 Summer 

" Franklin N. lawyer, 91 Merrimack, rms. 53 and 54, h. 
12 Park, Br. 

" Isaiah, agt. Pentucket Counter Co. h. 37 Arch 

" Michael, shoe packer, h. 60 Summer 

" S. Amelia, widow of Richard O. b. 85 Kenoza ave. 
Newhall J. Otis, clerk, Hotel Bartlett, rms. do. 
Newitt Elizabeth, widow of John E. h. 1 Twelfth ave. 
Newman Adolph, baker, 30 Grove, Br. b. 52 Central, do. 

" Grace E. Mrs. bookkeeper, 17 Sanders pi. b. 148 
Golden Hill ave. 

" Harriet M. widow of Issac, h. 36 Arlington 

" Randall P. McKay stitcher, rms. 50 Winter 
Newton Herbert B. h. 121 Main 

" Ira, shoemaker, h. 4 Temple pi. 

" John A. sole cutter, h. 19 Chestnut 

" Nellie F. widow of Thomas F. h. 58 Vestry 
Niahos Kostos, shoemaker, h. 23 Oak ter. 
Nibaldo Giachino, shoemaker, h. 155 River 
Nichols Alma H. Mrs. dressmaker, 52 Merrimack, h. do. 

" Austin P. h. 4 Highland ave. 

" Carrie L. widow of Monroe, h. 77 Main 



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Nichols Charles E. hairdresser, 1 Essex, b. 252 Washington 

" Charles H. salesman, 365 River, h. 49 Keeley 

" Edward H. printer, 19 Wash. h. 37 Lindel 

*' Edward H. shoemaker, h. 47 Cedar 

" Eliza M. widow of James M. h. 46 Mt. Vernon 

" Emma L. teacher, Greenleaf school, b. 3 Chadwick, Br. 

" Eva M. clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. Kenoza, cor. Ames- 
bury rd. [wick, Br. 

" Flora B. violin teacher, 208 Merrimack, b. 3 Chad- 

" Frank G. farmer, h. Amesbury rd. N. 

" Frank F. salesman, b. F. G. Nichols', Amesbury rd. 

" George, farmer, h. 310 E. Broadway 

" George 2d, office 22 Washington, h. 33 Highland ave. 

" George H. real estate, 4 Water, h. 38 Webster 

" George M. G. student, b. 20 Arlington 

" Georgia Mrs. stitcher, rms. 17 Vine 

" Harry, student, b. 33 Highland ave. 

" Harry, telegrapher, 198 Merrimack, b. 40 Franklin 

" H. & O. D. (Osa D.) shoe tool mnfrs. 19 Washington 

" James M. laster, h. r. 40 Franklin 

" JohnB. real estate, 22 Washington, h. 78 Main 

" John B. 2d, h. Main, n. Wharf lane 

" John Frank, salesman, 44 Washington, b. Frank G. 
Nichols', Amesbury rd. 

" Julian G. shoe cutter, h. 63 Merrimack, Br. 

" Lillian, widow, h. 78 How 

" Lucion M. stock fitter, h. 3 Orchard 

" Margaret G. widow of James R. h. 41 Summer 

" Martha R. teacher, b. 41 Summer 

" Mary, widow, b. 15 Colby, Br. 

" Mary Ann, widow of Charles, h. Marsh ave. n. Main 

" May H. teacher, Currier school, b. 16 Arlington 

" Melville T. h. 46 Mt. Vernon 

" Myron A. carpenter, h. 32 Eastern ave. 

" Nancy, widow of Nathan B. h. 90 Emerson 

" N. Woodburn (Nichols & Morse) h. 3 Kenoza ave. 

" Osa D. (H. &0. D. Nichols) h. 3 Chadwick, Br. 

" Pearle K. bookkeeper, 68 Merrimack, h. at Merrimac 

" Walter, h. N. Main, n. N. H. line 

" & Morse (N. Woodburn Nichols and Bainbridge 

Morse) clothing and furnishings, 56 Merrimack 
Nickerson James A. shoemaker, h. 5 Observatory ave. 

" John, teamster, b. 32 Howard 

" Ralph E. shoe laster, h. 20 Riverside ave. 




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Nickett Elizabeth, widow of John, h. Broadway, over 
P. O., A. V. 

" John Mrs. h. 49 Lafayette sq. 
Nielson Frederick D. shoemaker, b. Horace Emery's, 
Plaistow rd. [rd. 

" Henry Albert, shoemaker, b. Horace Emery's, Plaistow 

" see Nelson 
Nisbett Alphonso PI. piper, h. 172 Salem, Br. 

" Frank T. shoemaker, b. 205 Salem, Br. 

" Henry A. h. 205 Salem, Br. 

" J. Irving, carpenter, h. 201 Salem, Br. 

" Mabel, forewoman, C. K. Fox Co. b. 205 Salem, Br. 

" Raymond, supt. Elmwood Cemetery, Br. h. 178 Salem, 
do. 
Noble Charles B. foreman, 22 Phoenix row, rms. 89 Emerson 

" Pearl E. teamster, h. 5 Spring pi. 

" Robert E. teamster, h. 81 Broadway 

" R. Evelyn Mrs. dressmaker, 53 Main, rms. do. [ave. 

" William H. engineer, H. pumping sta. h. 209 Kenoza 
Noel Louis N. carpenter, h. 18 Lafayette, Br. 

" Walter J. shoe cutter, h. 192 Hilldale ave. 
Nolan Arthur A. clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 45 North 

" Frank B. coachman, 3 Windsor, b. 45 North 

" John B. farmer, h. Hyatt ave. Br. 

" John H. (Nolan & Fitzgerald) h. 3 Dustin 

" Margaret, widow of John T. h. 56 Central 

" Margaret, widow of Michael C. h. 45 North 

" Michael, physician, 4 Primrose, b. 18 Lewis 

" Thomas A. clerk, b. 45 North 

" William, shoemaker, rms. Engine house, High 

" & Fitzgerald (John H. Nolan and William Fitzgerald) 
liquors, 243 to 247 Winter 
Nolin George, shoe cutter, b. 197 Water 

" Georgiana Mrs. grocer, 197 Water, h. do. 

" James J. laster, h. 197 Water 

" Stephen, carpenter, h. 25 Arch ave. 
Nonpareil Club, 59 Merrimack 
Noonan Cornelius, laborer, h. 7 Federal 

" Cornelius F. clerk, 28 Primrose, b. 59 Charles 

" Edward, h. 96 Cedar 

" Edward Jr. mason, b. 96 Cedar 

", James, box setter, b. 96 Cedar 

" )ohn, laborer, b. 10 New 

•• John F. painter, b. 29 Essex 

" John J. driver, 206 Merrimack, b. 59 Charles 






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Noonan Owen, laborer, h. 59 Charles 
" Patrick, cloth presser, h. 57 Lafayette sq. [terrace 

" Patrick, cutting die finisher, rear 44 Wash. h. 32 Oak 

Norcross Albert W. paper hanger, h. 37 Auburn 

Norman Susie, widow of Michael G. h. 12 Henry 

Normoyle Thomas, laborer, h. 2 Stewart 

Norris Charles H. h. 276 Washington 
" William, shoemaker, h. r. 25 Lancaster 
" William H. shoe cutter, h. ,276 Washington 

Norton Alfred E. shoemaker, b. 3 Hancock 
" George, shoemaker, rms. 71 Water 

NORTON JOHN H. upholsterer and carpet cleaning, 
62 Winter, h. 96 Locke. See page 820 
" Mary H. widow of David T. h. 23 Duncan [lington 

Norwood Granville M. clerk, 151 Merrimack, b. 16 Ar- 

Notley John J. shoemaker, b. 12 Bartlett 

Nott Laura D. h. 21 Pleasant 
" see Knott 

Noury Albert, nail sticker, rms. 285 River 
" Amede, shoemaker, h. 224 Washington 
" Fred J. shoemaker, h. 26 Grove 

Nowell Howard W. (J. A. Nowell & Co.) h. 385 Wash. 
" Joseph A. (J. A. Nowell & Co.) h. at Providen c > 
" Julia A. Mrs. h. 7 Spring [ h 

" J. A. & Co. (Joseph A. and Howard W.) apothecaries, 

Noyes Alfred B. h. 105 Grove 
" Alice F. teacher, Walnut sq. achool, b. 14 Tenth ave. 
" Alma, widow of William, h. 30 Currier ave. 
" Alma D. widow, h. 4 Baldwin 
" Anna L. dressmaker, h. 5 Chestnut 
" Arthur B. h. 29 Fifth ave. 
" Augusta T. widow of Theodore, h. 72 White 
" Bertha L. h. 124 Main [way 

" Carrie E. widow of George W. h. Crystal, c. N. Broad- 
" Charles B. shoe cutter, h. 105 Grove 
" Charles E. laster, h. Summit ave. n. Colby, Br. 
« Charles W. hatter, h. 31 School 
" Charles W. slugger, rms. 358a Washington 
" Clarence M. farmer, h. Corliss Hill road 
" Edson W. (Pulsifer Paper Co.) 64 Wash. h. 9 Grant 
" Edwin C. house Hilldale ave. bey. cemetery 
" Edwin H. shoemaker, h. 47 Eastern ave. 
" Everett, agt. 72 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 
" E. Isabella, widow of E. Leonard, h. 77 Main 
" Frank E. heel mnfr. 26 Wingate, h. 109 High 



SSSxT ..... H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

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Noyes Fred A. car repairer, h. 57 Sixth ave. 
" Fred N. shoe cutter, h. 15 Hilldale ave. 
if George F. shoemaker, h. 469 E. Broadway 
" George W. shoe cutter, h. 123 Water 
" George W. treasurer, City Five Cents Savings Bank, h. 

203 Lawrence 
" Grace I. h. 53 Main 
" Harry E. shoe cutter, h. 22 Cedar 
" Helen A. widow of Thomas A. h. 14 Tenth ave. 
" Horace N. (A. B. Smith & Co.) 71 Merrimack, h. at 

W. Newbury 
•' Irving, foreman, 348 River, h. 9 Ashworth ter. 
" John H. shoemaker, h. Crystal, n. N. Broadway 
" Leonard H. clerk, City Five Cents Savings Bank, h. 31 

Columbus ave. 
" Lizzie widow, h. 3 Bartlett 
" Louisa M. widow of Johnson, h. 126 Main 
" Lydia A. widow of James A. h. 2 Arlington 
" Mabel C. clerk, 3 Wash. sq. b. 14 Tenth ave. 
" Margaret F. widow of Addison B. h. 47 Kent 
" Maria A. widow of Amos H. h. 6 Byron, Br. 
" Mary A. housekeeper, 35 Auburn 
" Matilda A. Mrs. clerk, 24 Main, h. 3 Vine 
" Maurice M. farm hand, h. 26 Currier ave. 
" Melvin H. shoe mnfr. 449 E. Broadway, h. do. 
" Miranda, widow, h. Broadway, A. V. 
" Norman S. bookkeeper, 120 Wash. b. 203 Lawrence 
" Oscar L. rms. 61 Emerson 
" Ray N. last maker, h. 27 Howard 
" Raymond, treas. Hav. Savings Bank, h. 378 Wash. 
" Samuel, former, h. top Corliss Hill rd. 
" Samuel I. steam fitter, h. 35 Lawrence 
" Sarah E. rms. 1 Cherry 
" Sarah G. Mrs. h. 53 Main 
" Sarah S. b. 19 Summer 
" Scott, shoemaker, rms. 105 Emerson 
" Sewell F. clerk, 204 Merrimack, h. 5 Park 
" Stephen, collector, h. 37 Howard 
" Thomas L. blacksmith, 40 Oak, rms. 76 How 
" William D. wood heel maker, b. 37 Howard 
Nute Charles H. buyer, 42 Merrimack, h. 30 Byron, Br. 
" Hazel F. bookkeeper, b. 186 Main 
" Jacob K. (J. K. Nute & Co.) h. 186 xMain 
" John, McKay stitcher, rms. 336 River 



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NUTE J. K. & CO. (Jacob K. Nute and F. Jerome 
Foster) slipper bows, 60 Washington. See p. 22 

" Othniel K. shoemaker, h. 3 Porter 
Nutter Charles H. heel cutter, h. r. 229 Essex 

" Charles W. soles, 23 Railroad sq. h. 31 Fifth ave. 

" Delia M. boarding house, 95 Emerson 

" Fred W. stock trimmer, b. 1 Baldwin 

" George M. shoemaker, rms. 24 Oak 

" George M. shoemaker, rms. 23 Washington ave. 

" Mary E. widow of John R. h. 67 Adams 

" William A. clerk, h. 17 Carleton ave. Br. 

" William E. clerk, 51 Merrimack, b. 95 Emerson 
Nutting Inez L. teacher, Chestnut st. school, b. 22 Webster 

OAKES AGNES, b. 139 Cedar 

" E. M. Mrs. nurse, b. 390 Water 

" Henry F. coachman, h. 1 Monument sq. 

" Nelson T. carpenter, h. Main, n. River rd. R. V. 

" West Roxbury and Rocks Village Express, 23 Merrimack 
Oakley George, driver, r. 262 Winter, h. 48 Dudley 
Oatley Mary J. widow of Charles D. h. 77 Groveland 
Oberto Andrew, laborer, h. 50 River 
O'Brien Annie M. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 32 Auburn 

" Anthony, shoemaker, h. 186 Elm, Br. 

" Chrystie F. Mrs. h. 11 Dover 

" Daniel, h. 44 Harrison 

" Daniel, coachman. 26 Summer, h. 60 Primrose 

" Daniel Jr. coachman, 53 Webster, b. 60 Primrose 

" Dennis, laborer, h. 17 Hale 

" Ellen, widow of John, h. 33 Webster, Br. 

" Ellen Mrs. h. 28 Elm 

" Ellen M. widow, h. 47^ Myrtle st. extension 

" Francis J. shoe cutter, b. 32 Auburn 

"t Henry F. shoemaker, b. 17 Ford 

" James W. h. 32 Auburn 

" John, farm hand, 46 Groveland, b. do. 

" John, shoemaker, b. 60 Primrose 

" John P. b. 32 Auburn 

" Katherine E. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 33 Webster, Br. 

" Katherine F. clerk, 22 Merrimack, b. 32 Auburn 

" Katherine F. clerk, 42 Merrimack, h. 6 Dustin 

" Margaret J. clerk, b. 32 Auburn 

" Mary Mrs. variety store, 60 Primrose, h. do. 

" Michael, b. r. 135 Elm, Br. 



NflMAN S P.fllfi CARPENTER AND BUILDER 
iiuiuiinii U. UUJjLj milling and general repairing 

Old sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

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O'Brien Michael O. farmer, Kingsbury ave. n. Chadwick 
rd. Br. 

" Minnie, foreman, 83 Washington, h. 5 Franklin 

" Mitchell, driver, 23 Hale 

" Nellie, clerk, 32 Emerson, b. 60 Primrose 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 64 Fifth ave. 

" Patrick, stone mason, h. 21 Eighth ave. 

" Patrick P. shoemaker, h. 247 River 

" Thomas S. shipper, at Boston, h. 6 Worthen pi. 

" William, mill hand, h. 2 Maple 

" William J. shoemaker, b. 32 Auburn 

" Wylie O. collector, 23 Hale, h. 220 Kenoza ave. 
O'Connell Dennis, shoemaker, h. 190 Primrose 

" Edward, laborer, h. 6 New 

" Edward, shoemaker, b. 64 Charles 

" George (L. B. Dudley & Co.) shoe mnfr. 63 Wash. b. 6 
New 

" James H. stock fitter, h. 45 Harrison 

" James J. clerk, Main, cor. Water, b. 6 New 

" John E. student, b. 190 Primrose 

" Patrick, leather roller, b. 1 Kimball 

" Timothy, morocco dresser, h. 5 Dexter 

" William J. shoemaker, h. 35 North 

" see Connell 
O'Connor Bartholomew, teamster, b. 11 Willie 

" Charles, city blacksmith, h. 30 Lancaster 

" Charles W. shoe cutter, b. 30 Lancaster 

" Dennis, clerk, 132 Essex, h. 8 York 

" Eliza J., Annie and Bridget, h. 36 Salem, Br. 

" Hanoro, widow, h. 28 Oak ter. 

" James F. capt. hose, No. 5, h. 25 Greenleaf, Br. 

" John, laborer, h. Liberty, n. Broadway 

" John, laster, b 59 Harrison 

" John C. b. 25 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Mary A. nurse, b. 30 Lancaster 

" Michael G. clerk, 37 Essex, h. at Newburyport 

" Patrick, barkeeper, 257 Winter, b. 59 Harrison 

" Patrick, leather roller, b. 1 Kimball 

" Patrick, shoemaker, mis. 29 Essex 

" Roderick T. grocer, 59 Harrison, h. do. 
Odie Charles, McKay stitcher, h. 69 Jordan 
Odiorne Emma C. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 30 Cedar 

" George C. blacksmith, 34 Stage, h. at W. Newbury 

" John, shoe cutter, h. 30 Cedar 



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Odiorne J. Wendell, clerk, 145 Merrimack, h. 4 Summit 
ave. 

" William B. stock fitter, h. 141 Elm, Br. 
O'Doherty James Rev. pastor, St. James Catholic church, 

h. 175 Winter 
O'Donnell Brothers (Dennis and Michael) grocers, 114 
Locust, and wood, 44 Oak 

" Dennis (O'Donnell Bros.) rms. 6 Primrose 

" James, leather roller, h. 12 Harrison 

" James C. physician, 111 Emerson, rms. do. 

" James J. die maker, b. 12 Harrison 

" John, shoemaker, b. 23j4 River, Br. 

" Michael (O'Donnell Bros.) h. 19 River, Br. 

" Patrick, laster, b. 28 Emerson 
O'Donovan John, grocer, 77 Primrose, h. do. 
Oestricher Francis B. rms. 234 Washington 
Offutt Ellen J. h. 11 Fourth ave. 

" Sarah J. widow of Charles W. h. 11 Fourth ave. 
O'Hara Daniel, shoe cutter, b. 34 Grand 

" Henry, shoe packer, rms. 3 Temple 

" John, laborer, b. 20 Maple 

" Michael H. shoemaker, 60 Essex, h. 10 Maple 

" Rose, widow of John, h. 5 Rose 
O'Hearn James, laborer, h. 73 Fifth ave. 

" James, U. S. A. h. 9 Hilldale ave. 

" Joanna, widow of William, h. 9 Hilldale ave. 

" Maurice J. laborer, h. 9 Hilldale ave. 
O'Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, h. 7 Federal 
Old Ladies' Home, 119 Main 
O'Lafferty Michael, city laborer, h. Arthur 
O'Learv Cornelius, laborer, h. 65 Fifth ave. 

" Cornelius, mill hand, b. 33 Lancaster O > 

" Dennis, carder, b. 33 Lancaster H £ 

" Jere. city laborer, h. 33 Oak ter. jg > 

" Jeremiah, city laborer, b. 65 Fifth ave. co 

" John, b. 33 Oak ter. » eft 

" John, laborer, h. 112 Primrose 2 r 

u John, shoemaker, h. 33 Lancaster S° 

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O'Leary John Jr. hostler, b. 33 Lancaster 

" Michael, liquors, 27 Washington, h. 467 do. 

"Timothy J. shoemaker, b. 112 Primrose 

" see Leary 
Oliver Edward E. supt. 29 Granite, h. 18 Ninth ave. 

" Everett, shoemaker, b. 18 Ninth ave. 
O'Loughlin G. Henry, rms. 72 Merrimack 

" Sadie, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. at W. Newbury 
Olsen Ingrad, widow, h. 74 Summer 
O'Neal Annie M. Mrs. h. 12 School 
O'Neil Fred N. shoe cutter, b. 138 Winter 

" James, asst. shipper, 85 Washington, b. 15 Arch 

" James E. hatter, h. 44 Temple 

" Jennie Mrs. h. 44 Fourth ave. 

" Mary J. Mrs. h. 138 Winter 

" Patrick, gardener, h. 90 Cedar 

" Peter, hairdresser, 218 Winter, h. 195 Primrose 

" Thomas F. buffer, b. 57 Lafayette sq. 

" , watchman, 42 Merrimack, b. Cedar 

O'Neill James C. shoemaker, h. 15 Howard 

" Katherine T. teacher, Millvale school, b. 15 Howard 

" May A. teacher, Winter st. school, b. 15 Howard 
Oneto Anthonio, b. 153 River 

" Frank, lunch, h. 131 River 

" Gaetano (Oneto & Co.) fruit, 6 Main, h. 50 River 

" Gaetano Mrs. h. 135 River 

" Sylvester, h. 153 River 

" & Co. (Gaetano Oneto and John Parodi) fruit, 6 Main 
Ordway Alfred A. shoe mnfr. 68 Wash. h. 125 Main, Br. 

" Arthur L. shoe cutter, b. 4 Central 

" Carrie F. nurse, b. 739 E. Broadway 

" Carrie P. Mrs. lodging house. 17 Washington ave. 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 5 Walnut 

" Charles H. supt. 18 Merrimack, h. 17 Fountain 

" Ernest J. shoemaker, h. 238 Washington 

" Everett, shoe worker, rms. 1 69 Washington 

" Fred. b. 17 William 

" George T. shipper, h. 47 Pecker 



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Ordway Gertrude M. nurse, b. 739 E. Broadway 

" Hazen E. h. 17 Washington ave. 

" Henry, farmer, h. 793 E. Broadway 

" Ira S. farmer, h. 739 E. Broadway 

" Joshua, h. 21 Temple 

" Joshua M. shoemaker, h. 356 Washington 
ORDWAY JUSTIN O, grocer, 225 Washington, 
rms. 241 do. See page 74 

" Lewis H. bookkeeper, 87 Wash. b. 17 Wash. ave. 

" Mary A. bookkeeper, 68 Wash. b. 125 Main, Br. 

" Rebecca B. widow of Moody, h. 6 Bartlett 

" Rebecca 1. widow of Alfred, h. 125 Main, Br. 

" Samuel A. shoemaker, h. County Bridge rd. 

" Samuel S. clerk, 20 Merrimack, b. at Groveland 

" Samuel T. stock fitter, h. Main, n. E. Broadway, 
R. V. 
Orens Jacob, shoe stitcher, h. 31 Pilling 
Orlosky Joseph, hat worker, h. 209 River 

" Peter, shoe worker, h. 209 River 
Orne Charles F. shoemaker, b. 15 Claremont ave. 

" Sarah S. widow of Benjamin S. h. 15 Claremont ave. 

" Thomas J. h. 64 Winter 
O'Rourke John, sole sorter, rms. 7 Portland 

" see Rorke, Rock and Roque 
Osborn George P. h. 105 Emerson 

" Nellie, widow of Fred, forewoman, 77 Washington, b. 
J. M. Kimball's, Main, Br. 
Osborne Ina M. dressmaker, 1 Bethel, h. do. 

" John F. cigars and sporting goods, 179 Wash. h. 
319 do. 
Osborne's Danville, N. H. Express, 31 Merrimack 
Osgood Almira J. widow of Orlando F. h. 9 Ashland 

" Amos S. b. 51 Eastern ave. 

" Augustus H. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 4 Doane, Br. 

" Carrie, bookkeeper, 54 Wash. b. 47 Kenoza ave. 

" Charles A. shoe cutter, h. 43 Fourth ave. 

" Charles C. (C. C. Osgood & Co.) merchant tailor, 82 
Merrimack, h. 43 Pleasant 




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OSGOOD C. C. & CO. (Charles C. Osgood) mer- 
chant tailors, 76 to 82 Merrimack. See opposite 

' Daniel T. shoemaker, h. 24 Haverhill 

1 Elizabeth, h. 6 Henry 

1 Florence N. stitcher, rms. 4 Green 

' George A. shoe cutter, h. 47 Kenoza ave. 

' George E. shoe cutter, h. 35 Curtiss 

* George E. shoemaker, h. Lowell ave. n. S. H. 

' George S. shoemaker, rms. 27 Auburn 

1 Herbert E. shoe cutter, b. 24 Haverhill 

' Herman L. painter, h. 53 Pilling 

' Ina E. shoe worker, h. 53 Pilling 

« Jacob, h. 68 Temple 

' Josephine A. widow of Frank H. dressmaker and em- 
ployment office, 42 Portland, h. do. 

' J. Fred, foreman, 130 Washington, h. 4 Bethel 

1 Lena H. dressmaker, 23 Pleasant, h. do. 

' Leroy, shoemaker, h. 5 Vernon, Br. 

1 Louis K. cutter, 82 Merrimack, h. at Georgetown 

' Lydia D. widow of Addison, h. 53 Pilling 

< Merton R. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 47 Kenoza ave. 

1 Newton I. shoe cutter, h. 30 Vine 

' Orlando F. shoe cutter, b. 43 Fourth ave. 

' Roxanna, widow of George A. h. 79 Arlington 

' Rufus H. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, h. 18 Beacon 

' Samuel O. farmer, h. Crystal, A. V. 

1 Stephen T. watchman, Chick Bros. h. 16 Beacon 

1 Sylvester, laborer, b. 92 Locke 

' William, shoemaker, h. 4 Crown pi. 

1 William E. wood heeler, h. Crystal, A. V. 

' William J. laster, h. 70 Temple [do. 

' William W. heeler and poultry raiser, 16 Mechanic, h. 

' , widow, b. 81 Groveland 

O'Shea Daniel, railroad section hand, h. Railroad ave. Br. 
Jeremiah, shoemaker, b. 29 Blossom, Br. 
John, shoemaker, b. 29 Blossom, Br. 
see Shea 

Oskerian Oskar,laborer, h. 45 Myrtle st. exten. 
O'Sullivan Timothy D. ins. agent, 25 Washington sq. h. 

33a Oak terrace 
Otis Abbie Mrs. restaurant, 24 Wash. sq. rms. 55 Emerson 

" \. Maud, bookkeeper, 51 Merrimack, rms. 59 Main 

" George, operative, h. 285 River 

" George F. shoemaker, rms. 55 Emerson 

" George P. mason, h. 4 Porter 



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TAILORS. . . 




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HAVERHILL, 



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Ouillette Alfred, shoemaker, rms. 52 Central 

Delvina, widow of Ferdinand, h. 123 Lafayette sq. 
Dora, widow of Thomas, h. 151 Lafayette sq. 
Joseph, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington 
Leocadie Mrs. dressmaker, 96 Locust, h. do. 
Louis, shoemaker, b. 13 High 
William, shoe cutter, h. 36 Merrill 
see Willett 

Oulten Mary E. shoe trimmer, rms. 34 Grand 
Oulton Albert J. blacksmith, r. 145 Merrimack, rms. IOoJ 
Emerson [mack, b. 16 Chadwick, Br. 

Owen Albert J. prop. Pentucket Coffee House, 112 Merri- 
" Edson C. (E. C. Owen & Co.) h. 16 Chadwick, Br. 
" Eunice G. b. 119 Main 
OWEN E. C. & CO. (Edson C. Owen and Charles 
O. Ross) plumbers, 24 Main. Br. See page 14 
" George R. beater out, h. Bailey's ct. A. V. 
" Neil J. stiffening cutter, h. 270 Washington 
" Thomas H. shoe cutter, h. 43 Portland 
" William E. piper, 24 Main, Br. b.'16 Chadwick, do. 
Owens James J. mngr. 214^ Merrimack, h. Magnolia av. 
" John, heel cutter, h. 3 Dustin [22 Magnolia ave. 

" John (John Owens & Co.) and (People's Coal Co.) h. 
" John & Co. (John Owens) box mnfrs. 348 River 
" John C. shoemaker, b. J. G. Owen's 
" John G. h. Crystal, n. Broadway, A. V. 
" William P. laster, h. Crystal, A. V. 
Oxford Club, 19 and 21 Main, Br. 
Oxley Harry, bottler, 38 Fleet 

PACKARD CHARLES H. carpenter, h. 69 Pecker 

Charles H. shoemaker, b. 69 Pecker 

Frank E. shoemaker, b. 69 Pecker 

Frederick W. shoemaker, h. 1 Spring 

Fred H. shoemaker, h. 5 Shepherd 

Harry H. shoemaker, b. 30 Arch ave. 

James B. nailer, h. 2 Marshall [rd. 

Willard Rev. pastor, second Baptist church, h. Plaistow 

Willard J. shoe cutter, h. 11 Lincoln, Br. 

Packer William A. shoemaker, h. 7 Lincoln, Br. 

Padelford Frank W. Rev. pastor, Portland street Baptist 

church, h. 51 Webster [av. 

Page Ambrose, sec. boys' dept. Y. M. C. A. h. 67 Kenoza 

" Arthur VV. wood heel turner, b. 70 Jackson [Br. 

" Benjamin I. cashier, Haverhill Nat. Bank, h. 6 Byron, 



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P 



Page Charles E. car conductor, h. 21 Nichols 

" Charles H. nailer, h. 70 Jackson 

" Charles Ira, shoe cutter, b. 536 Water 

« D. S. Frank, h, 23 Vine 

" Edgar E. last maker, h. 19 Howard 

" Emma L. Mrs. h. 41 Hancock 

" Erwin B. farmer, h. Main, bey. High, Br. 

" Frank Mrs. h. 4 Westford 

" Frank E. coachman, 18 Highland ave. b. 19 Howard 

" George Henry, bar clerk, Eagle House, h. 114 Cedar 

" George W., McKay stitcher, h. 59 Kenoza 

11 Harriet T. h. 33 Summer 

" Henry W. ins. agt. 3 Wash. sq. h. 460 Water 

" Hiram P. paper hanger, 8 Fleet, h. 9 Spring pi. 

" Horace L. shoemaker, h. 536 Water 

" James A. student, b. 536 Water 

" James G. student, b. 7 Ferry, Br. 

" John J. shoe contractor, r. 98 Wash. h. 19 Nichols 

" Joseph N. foreman, 78 Wingate, h. 32 Green 

" Josiah S. h. Main, bey. High, Br. 

" Leon Mrs. shoe worker, h. 6 Currier pi. 

*' Leonard C. bookkeeper, 87 Washington, h. 23 Vine 

" Lizzie M. clerk, 365 River, h. at Groveland 

" Mary A. widow of Charles H. h. 8 Lawrence 

" Mary E. h. 9 Carleton ave. Br. 

" Samuel N. stock fitter, h. 19 Howard 

" Sarah B. widow of Caleb B. h. 32 Green 

" Scott, h. off Forest, n. Lowell ave. 

" Susan E. bookkeeper, 116 Wash. h. 6 Currier pi. 

" Walter H. asst. supt. 17 Locust, h. 21 Lawrence 

" Warren A. stock fitter, b. 2 South 

" Warren D. laster, h. 2 South 
PAGE WILLIAM H. insurance, and sec. and 
treas. Haverhill Co-oper. Bank, 117 Merrimack, h. 
7 Ferry, Br. See page 3 

" William H. shoe cutter, b. 536 Water 

" William J. rms. 77 Emerson 
Painchaud Alfred, liquors, 257 Winter, h. 32 Central 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 30 Hancock 

" Mathilde, bookkeeper, 22 Merrimack, b. 30 Hancock 

" Philip, shoemaker, h. 11 Hilldaleave. 

" P. J. Alfred, clerk, 357 Winter, b. 32 Central 

" Seraphin J. shoemaker, h. 29 Hancock 
Paine Oscar, shoemaker, rms. 3 Walnut 
Palardis Mary E. lodging house, 18 Locust 



NORMAN S. COLE, 



PAINTING, PAPER HANGING 
= AND WHITENING. = 

Residence, 4 KimDall Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 826 DIRECTORY 



Palfrey Hersey G. h. 18 Church, Br. 
Pallouchi Gabriel, shoemaker, h. 63 River 
Palmer Aaron, painter, rms. 27 Water 

" Aaron W. machinist, h. 196 Salem, Br. 

" Alden L. mngr. 74 Merrimack, h. 42 Pleasant, Br. 

" Alvah B. 62 Merrimack, h. 22 N. Broadway 

" Austin A. Mrs h. 77 Portland 

" Carlos E. letter carrier, P. O. Br. h. 55 Groveland 

" Edward E. salesman, h. 55 Groveland 

" Ellsworth C. shoemaker, h. 243 Washington 

" Emma J. Mrs. h. 29 Pleasant 

" Everett D. S. student, b. 55 Groveland 

" Frank H. car conductor, h. 5 Tenth ave 

" George \v\ h. 47 Salem, Br. 

" Harlan W. undertaker, 34 Main, rms. 12 Arlington 

" John, coachman, 154 Main, rms. do. 

" John W. cook, rms. 78 Emerson 

" Helen M. teacher, T.E.Burnham school, b.8Kenoza av. 

" Joseph P. h. 4 Porter 

" Joseph W. b. Main, n. N. H. line 

" Levi, h. 61 'Arlington 

" Mary A. widow of James M. h. 4 Pentucket 

" Ruth G. widow of Allison H. h. 3 Summit av. 

" Sarah A. h. 5 Portland 

" William, shoemaker, rms. 82 Merrimack 
Paly Jacob, stock fitter, h. 147 River [23 Oak 

Pappageorge George, confectionary, 119 Merrimack, rms. 
Pappas Lewis, candy maker, 119 Merrimrck, rms. 23 Oak 
Paquette Alfred, shoe cutter, h. 50 North 

" Archille, shoemaker, b. 19 Oak terrace 

" Eli, shoemaker, h. 41 Myrtle st. ext. 

" Felix, heel cutter, h. 2 Cliff 

" Felix, shoemaker, h. 24 New 

" George, shoemaker, h. 1 2 Primrose 

" George, shoemaker, h. 9 Rose 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 19 Oak terrace 

" Henry Jr. shoemaker, b. 19 Oak terrace 

" Jere, shoe cutter, b. 16 Lafayette 

" John B. clerk, 30 Lafayette sq. h. 16 Lafayette 

" Joseph, teamster, 13 Washington sq. h. 24 Harrison 

" Louis E. shoe stitcher, h. 2 Lafayette ave. 

" Octave (Paquette & Co.) 37 Lafayette sq. and agt. 
114 Washington, h. 116 High 

" Octave & Co. (Octaxe Paquette) apothecaries, 37 
Lafayette sq. 



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Paquette Ovide A. shoemaker, h. 59 Hancock 

" Rose, widow of Joseph, h. 41 Myrtle st. exten. 
Paradis Albert, shoemaker, b. 8 How 

" Charles, painter, b. 6 Summer 

41 Charles H. wheelwright, h. 6 Summer 

" Frank, shoe cutter, b. 8 How 

" Henry C. mngr. 2 Washington, b. 6 Summer 

" Joseph E. blacksmith, 19 Court, h. 4 Little River 

" J. Albert, clerk, 25 Wash. sq. b. 6 Summer 

" Louis E. N. shoe packer, h. 14 Albion 

" Sifroy, boarding house, 8 How 

" see Palardis and Parodi 
Pare John B. heel mnfr. 4 Cliff, h. 123 Lafayette sq. 
Parent Amede, shoemaker, h. 25 High 

'• J. Arthur, shoemaker, h. 9 Little River 
Parenteau Ovide, shoemaker, h. 12 Hillside pi. 
Pargament Bernard, teacher, Hebrew school, h. 31 Pilling 
Paris David, foreman, Charles Savignac, h. 29 Oak ter. 

" Henry B. sole sorter, b. 50 Haverhill 

" Isai, shoemaker, h. 2 Benjamin 

" James, shoemaker, h. 157 Lafayette sq. 

" Marie, widow of Philip, h. 157 Lafayette sq. 

" Olive, widow, h. 25 Hillside 

" Orlando S. leather sorter, h. 50 Haverhill 

" Susan H. widow of Samuel, h. 50 Haverhill 

" see Perry - 

Parisien Charles, shoemaker, 108 Locust, h. 102 do. 
Parker Anne C. supt. Hale Hospital, h. do. 2g 

" Arthur A. mill hand, b. Isaac B. Parker's j^j 

" B. Frank, box maker, h. 15 Croveland 3K 

" Edward E. h. 245 Washington 

" Edwin B. box maker, h. 4^ Ford CD 

" Elizabeth, widow of Edmund H. h. 12 Essex C3 

" Flora, forewoman, 70 Phoenix row, b. 30 Arlington 

" Francis T. shoemaker, h. 13 Carleton pi. 

" Fred, shoemaker, rms. 5 Wash. Jjj 

" Frederick H. clerk, J. E. Taber's, h. Gile, n. North av. g 



George T. clerk, 140 Wash. rms. 45 Vestry H r 

George W. painter, h. Albert O ^ 

George W. F. machinist, h. 23 F enoza ave. 2 5 

Oilman P. gardener, h. 268 Salem, Br. ^ G> 

Henry R. shoemaker, h. 96 Elm, Br. jo «j> 

Isaac B. painter, h. Hilldale ave. cor. Bateman O P 
Levi H. house 30 Green [mack, house 7 Greenville jj I" 

Marcellus E. confectionery and news depot, 4 Merri- " > 



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Parker Margaret, widow of Coleman, h. 71 Elm, Br. 

" Robert C. warp dresser, h. 1 Bateman 

" Sumner F. carpenter, b. 7 Greenville 

" Susan, widow of Edward, h. 1 Spring pi. 

" Sylvester A. teamster, h. 15 Moody 

" Walter C. painter, h. 2 Chestnut, Br. 

" Walter E. mill hand, b. I. B. Parker's 

" WillardA. b. 26S Salem, Br. 
Parkhurst Fred E. shoe cutter, h. 3 Auburn 
Parkinson Ellen, widow of John, h. 53 Kenoza 

" Richard J. shoe cutter, h. 53 Kenoza [eter, N .H. 

Parkman Elwin A. freight clerk, B. & M. office, h. at Ex- 

" Eugene, shoemaker, h. 33 Hancock 
Parks Edward J. clerk, b. 7 Carleton, Br. 
Parodi John (Oneto & Co.) fruit, 6 Main, h. River 
Parrum Albert, laborer, h. 52 Kimball, Br. 

" Delia Mrs. house, r. 6 Pleasant, Br. 
Parshley Arthur F. shoemaker, h. 30 Race 

" Ella M. Widow of George C. b. 27 Stage 

" Henry F. shoemaker, h. 27 Stage 

" Laura D. Mrs. stitching, r. 22 Phoenix row, h. 30 Race 
Parson Abraham, shoemaker, h. 67 Pilling 
Parsons Charles F. shoemaker, rms. 23 Pine, Br. 

". Frank B. (Parsons & Bailey) h. 3 Fifth ave. 

" Frank L. shoemaker, h. 23 Pine, Br. [2 Water 

" & Bailey (Frank B. Parsons and Fred J. Bailey) grocers, 
Parton John, h. 5 Crown pi. 
Partridge Julia A. b. 100 Winter 
Pasano Charles, bricklayer, h. 60 River 
Paskoutchie Giattano, shoemaker, h. r. 79 River 
Passonese Guiseppe, shoe repairer, 72 White, h. 191 Wash. 
Patch Arthur D. cut sole leather, h. 92 Chestnut 

" Belle, h. 154 Main 

" William, b. 50 Park 
Patnaude Adolphus J. engineer, h. 4 Oak ter. 

" Alfred, shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. bey. cemetery 

" Edmond, shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. bey. cemetery 

" Frank, h. 17 Bellevue ave. 

" John B. h. 56 Oak terrace 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 17 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 86 Bellevue ave. 

" Louis, mill hand, h. 74 Bellevue ave. 

" Stephen, shoe packer, b. 2 1 Locke, Br. 

" William E. mill hand, b. 74 Bellevue ave. 
Pattee Ernest L. driver, h. 28 Elm 



HAVERHILL 329 DIRECTORY 



Patten A. Dana, shoe cutter, h. 3 Observatory ave. 

" Dana G. shoe cutter, h. 41 Grove 

" George W. shoemaker, h. 17 Bartlett 

" Julia A. widow, rms. 6 Freeman 

" Mary A. Mrs. h. 17 Bartlett 

" Nathaniel E. shoemaker, rms. 17 Bartlett 
Patterson Ellen Mrs. house 67 Primrose 

" Frank M. clerk P. O. Br. b. 54 Lincoln ave. 

" Margaret C. widow of Albert K. h. 17 Vestry 

" Samuel P. h. 40 Westland terrace 
Pattinson Jonathan, foreman, h. 64 Elm, Br. 

" Mary I. bookkeeper, 24 Duncan, b. 64 Elm, Br. 

" Murray W. salesman, at Boston, rms. 64 Elm, Br. 
Paul Charles L. shoemaker, h. 259 N. Broadway 

" Charles T. broker, h. 5 Forest ave. 

" Francis E. clerk, at Lawrence, b. 330 Washington 

M Frank, fish, 47 Water, rms. 27 do. 

" Frank S. shoemaker, h. 33 Chadwick, Br. 

" George M. carpenter, h. 40 Nichols 

" Henry M. hostler, r. 19 Main, h. 33 Elm pi. 

" Lettice, widow of Matthew, h. 22 North 

" Mary Mrs. clerk, 130 Merrimack, h. 33 Chadwick, Br. 

" Nellie D. Mrs. h. 78 Auburn 

" Rufus W. carpenter, h. 31 Chadwick, Br. 

" Samuel B. prin. Currier school, h. 21 Minot ave. 
Paulet Angelo, laborer, h. 36 River 

" Robert, shoemaker, h. 63 Hilldale ave. 
Paulhus Ovide M. physician, 12 Green, h. do. 
Payette Alfred A. shoemaker, b. 42 Hall 

" Joseph N. shoemaker, h. 42 Hall 

" Neree A. shoe finisher, h. Ferry rd. W. H. 
Payne John W. clerk, 197 Merrimack, rms. 79 Groveland 

" Joseph B. carpenter, h. 9 Pentucket 
Payson Carrie L. Mrs. clerk, 87 Wash. rms. 17 Wash ave. 

" Delia R. and Sophronia B. housekeepers, 513 Wash. 

" Grace, stitcher, h. 349 Washington 

" George W. shoemaker, 166 Merrimack, h. 18 Chestnut 

" Walter D. shoe packer, b. 18 Chestnut 
Peabody Alice and Elizabeth, h. 20 Salem, Br. 

" Annie L. music teacher, 42 Allen, Br. b. do. 

" Blanche I. widow of W. S. h. 2 Grant 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 41 Water 

" Charles K. carpenter, h. Peabody, n. Kimball, Br. 

" Charles N. farmer, h. 155 Salem, Br. 

" Daniel A. farmer, h. 232 Salem, Br. 




Business and Shorthand. >?uon* us for office nei P . 



HAVERHILL 330 DIRECTORY 



Teabody Edward A. b. 232 Salem, Br. 

" Ernest C. shoe cutter, h. 14 Lincoln, Br. 

" Ernest L. driver, h. 64 Central, Br. 

" Everett G. heel paster, b. 296 Washington 

" Francis, farmer, h. Park ave. Br. 

" Frank H. carpenter and builder, II Pine, Br. h. do. 

" Fred W. musical instruments, 208 Merrimack, h. 
Westland terrace 

" George A. carpenter, h. Newark, c. Crawford 

" George E. shoe finisher, h. 42 Allen, Br. 

" George W. farmer, h. 176 Salem, Br. 

" Henry O. painter, h. 34 Emerson 

" John C. carpenter, h. 236 Salem, Br. 

" Mary E. widow of George, h. 176 Salem, Br. 

" Mary E. widow of Walter S. h. 42 Allen, Br. 

" Minnie A. bookkeeper, 30 Pleasant, b. 176 Salem, Br. 

" M. Jennie, bookkeeper, 208 Merrimack, b. 42 Allen, Br. 

" Nathaniel L. painter, h. 262 Salem, Br. 

" Octavus L. student, b. 2 Grant 

" Rufus M. watchmaker, 190 Merrimack, rms. do. 

" William H. h. 38 Salem, Br. 

" William H. 2d. well borer, h. 73 Kim ball, Er. 
Peacock Belford, shoemaker, h. 14 Henry 
Peakes Simeon T. upper leather cutter, h. 9 Beacon 
Pearl Fidelia J. widow of Peter E. h. 28 Salem, Br. 
PEARL FRANCIS H. lawyer, 83 Merrimack, h. 18 
Salem, Br. See page 804 

" George, blacksmith, h. 63 Locke 

" George E. soles, etc. 98 Washington, h. 28 Salem, Br. 

" Joseph H. (Moody & Bartlett) lawyer, 115 Merrimack, 
and city solicitor, h. 129 Main, Br. 
Pearson Emma, teacher, George Cogswell school, boards 9 
Carleton ave. Br. 

" Frances, nurse, rms. 46 Arlington 

" Frank M. laster, rms. 20 Main 

" Hannah, h. 12 Ford 

" Hiram W. police, h. 13 Currier ave. 

" James E. shoe cutter, b. 266 Washington 

" James M. h. 10 Essex 

" John, carpenter, h. Jasper, n. Main 

" Loren A. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, h. 49 Pecker 

" M. Annette Mrs. tailoress, h. 80 Main, Br. 

" Ruth B. widow of Moses H. h. 98 Emerson 
Peart R. G. Mrs. h. 14 Bartlett 
Pease Benjamin, shoemaker, h. 30 Locke, Br. 



HAVERHILL 33 1 DIRECTORY 



Peaslee Byron L. h. Nineteenth ave. n. Main 

" Frank D. heel mnfr. 39 Phoenix row, h. 22 Warren, Br. 

" Frank O. laster, h. 21 Nichols 

" Fred C. lumber surveyor, h. 12 Union 

" Grace L. bookkeeper, 30 Wash. sq. rms. at Plaistow 

" Josephine, teacher, rms. 343 Washington 

" Leon D. student, b. 356 Washington 

" Mary A. widow of Hiram, h. 40 Kenoza ave. Tav. 

" Nancy J. widow of Justus, b. J. C. Merrill's, Cushing 

" Reuben, foreman, 357 River, h. 356 Washington 

" Reuben, shoe cutter, h. 356 Washington 
Peavey Edward E. shoe cutter, h. 8 Fairfield 

" Harry M. die finisher, r. 44 Wash. h. 18 Sixth ave. 

" John. J. driver, engine No. 2, h. 5 Pilling 

" Lucy M. widow of George, h. 3 Hancock 

" Paul R. city blacksmith, h. 185 Webster 
Peck Caroline T. teacher, cooking, public schools [tery 
Pecker James M. farmer, h. off E. Broadway, opp. cerae- 

" Mary E. Mrs. h. 26 Washington ave. 

" Sadie, widow, stitcher, h. 8 Temple pi. 
Pellerin John, hairdresser, 55 Water, b. 10 Altamont 

" Joseph, McKay operator, bds. C. M. Hurtusbise's, 
Altamont 
Pelletier Jennie, h. 48 Locust 

" Joseph, carpenter, h. 9 Granville ct. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, b. 22 Duncan 

" Pamelia, widow of Leopold, h. 22 Duncan 
Peltier Alice J. clerk, b. 25 Kent 

" Angie, clerk, b. 25 Kent 

" Charles, shoemaker, h. r. 247 Winter 

" Delbert J. stitcher, h. 25 Kent 

" Edmund, clerk, 1 Water, b. 25 Kent 

" Grace, widow of Samuel A. h. 25 Kent 

'• John V. shoemaker, h. 13 Hancock 
Pemberton Albert R. musician, h. 82 Water 

" Eva M. widow of Frank H. b. 46 Kenoza ave. 

" Lena M. bookkeeper, 4 Main, h. at Groveland 

" Samuel, laborer, h. 10 Lewis 
Pendergast Mary Mrs. dressmaker, rms. 59 Main 
Pendleton Joseph W. shoe cutter, h. 551 Main 

" Maurice A. shoemaker, h. 28 Chestnut 

" William B. agent, B. h. 551 Main 

" William B. Jr. shoe cutter, h. 164 Webster 
Penley Nathan N. restaurant, Oxford ave. W. H. h. Cross 
rd. cor. Oxford ave. do. 

coTZ' H. L. TAYLOR &W. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 332 DIRECTORY 



A Cleaner Laundry in the Country 
you cannot find. 



If You Are Content 

With Old-Time Methods 

Our thoroughly modern laundry will not 
interest you. If you are particular about 
who handles your linen and underwear, you 
will patronize a laundry with a reputation. 
If you want the best laundry work that it is 
possible to obtain, you will come to us. 

PEflTHET WW, 



8 BRIDGE STREET, CITY 

N. E. Telephone, 419-13. 




PENTUCKET LAUNRDY, Stansfield & Chase, 

props. 8 Bridge. See above 
Penneton Joseph, shoe cutter, h. 315 River 
Penney Arthur VV. clerk, 17 Locust, b. 62 Cedar 
Peno Eugene, shoemaker, rms. 18 Emerson 
PENTUCKET CAFE, 112 Merrimack. See p. 22 

" Club, Main, cor. Summer 

" Conservatory of Music, 1 03 Merrimack 

" Counter Co. 100 Washington 

" Cycle Co. VV. E. Burke, mngr. 10 Water 

" Orchestra, 103 Merrimack, rm. 45 
PENTUCKET SAVINGS BANK, C. S. Titcomb, 
treas. 35 Washington. See page 7 [Hall 

" Wood Heel Co. (E. W.Bailly) 55 Wash, and r. City 
Penwell Thomas N. shoe cutter, rms. 16 How 
People's Coal Co. 214^ Merrimack [Merrimack 

" Employment Bureau (Arthur W. Hayes) office 174 



HAVERHILL 333 DIRECTORY 



PEOPLE'S HOUSE FURNISHING CO. 
(THE) (Charles H. Davis and Lewis E. Adams) 
6, 8 and 10 Merrimack, and The People's Annex, 
6 Bridge. See front cover 

" Ice Co. (Benjamin W. and Thomas M. Chase) Concord 

" Telephone Co. (The) 186 Merrimack [14 School 

Peoples George A. custom shoemaker, 20 Emerson, house 
Perham Annie E. widow of Rodney, h. 1 Chadwick, Br. 

" Lizzie R. nurse, h. 14 Westland ter. 
Perkins Adeline, widow, rms. 98 Main 

" Albert E. shoe packer, h. Corliss Hill rd. 

" Albion M. asst. supt. streets, h. 2 Summer 

" Almira J. widow of Benjamin R. b. 116 Main 

" Annie Mrs. boarding house. 1 6 How 

" Bennett, shoe cutter, h. 83 Merrimac, Br. 

" Bertha, clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 2 Summer 

" Calvir G. h. 42 Greenville 

" Edward L. shoemaker, h. 52 Central 

" Eliza, widow, h. 10 Silver 

" Ernest H. box maker, b. 11 Tenth ave. 

" E. Myrtle, stenog. 91 Merrimack, rms. 98 Emerson 

" Frank L. trav, salesman, b. 47 Grove 

" Frances A. widow of John E. nurse, h. 32 Pleasant 

" Frederick Rev. pastor, Univ. church, h. 22 Park 

" George C. mach. operator, h. 666 Washington 

" George E. h. 47 Grove [154 Webster 

" George W. bookkeeper, Island Park Box Co. Br. bds. 
PERKINS HAMILTON L. merchant tailor, 32 
Main, h. 61 Columbus ave. See page 829 

" Harold D. clerk, 1 Water, b. 45 North ave. 
Perkins Harry U. postal clerk, b. 47 Grove 

" Helen G. widow of Albion C. h. 204 Merrimack 

" Henry F. student, Tufts, b. 108 Main 

" Ida F. widow of Henry, b. 108 Main 

" Isaac T. b. 27 Lexington ave. Br. 

" James A. (Perkins & Bancroft) h. 45 North ave. 

" John F., McKay operator, h. North ave. n. Concord 

" John H., McKay operator, h. 11 Tenth ave. 

" Lottta B. Mrs. clerk, 38 Winter, h. 12 Chestnut, Br. 

" Lou M. dressmaker, 202 Merrimack, h. do. 

" L. Albion, painter, h. 154 Webster 

" L. Frank, trav. salesman, b. 47 Grove 

" Martha, widow of Spencer, h. Corliss Hill rd. 

" Morton F. shoe cutter, h. 5 Eleventh ave. 

NflMAN 8 IMTF CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

1UUUMIU1 0. UUilii, MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Old Sasles and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 334 DIRECTORY 



Perkins Myrtle M. teacher of stenography, 91 Merrimack 
b. 98 Emerson 

" Nettie L. Mrs. dressmaker, 666 Wash. h. do. 

" Thaddeus E. shoemaker, rms. 36 Green 

'« Thomas N. washer, 24 Essex, h. 16 How 

" Walter B. clerk, 145 Merrimack, h. 12 Park 

" Walter G. painter, h. 14 River, Br. 

" Willard M. waiter, 12 Main, b. 13 River, Br. 

" William, student, b. 5 Eleventh ave. 

" & Bancroft (James A. Perkins and J. Merritt Bancroft) 
architects, 47 Merrimack 
Perley Ada B. widow of William S. h. 22 Fountain 

" Albert O. foreman, H. E. Guptill, h. at Georgetown 

<* Almira M. widow of Augustus, b. 15 Proctor 

«' Augustus W. provisions, at Lynn, h. 8 Spring pi. 

t* Edwin L. car conductor, h. 13 Observatory 

«' Harriet M. widow of Nathan, h. 17 Webster 

«' Helen M. seamstress, b. 22 Fountain 

<' Howard, clerk, 58 White, b. 13 Fountain 

'' Humphrey, carpenter, h. 26 Pecker 

<< John W. clerk, 58 White, b. 13 Fountain 

t* Leverett W. watches, h. rear 45 Locke, Br. 

" Martha, widow of Warren, h. 37 Pleasant, Br. 

" Martha J. widow of Osmer, h. 36 White 

" Mary F. widow of Quincy W. h. 13 Fountain 

" Mary R. widow of Amos, h. 3 Cherry 

" Samuel, b. 93 Main 

" Stephen D. sole cutter, h. 37 Pleasant, Br. - 
Perog Lawrence, shoe worker, h. 209 River 
Perreault Adolph, painter, h. foot Eudora 

" Joseph A. shoemaker, b. 1 Lafayette ave. 

" Victor, shoemaker, h. 1 Lafayette ave. 

" William, shoemaker, h. 33 Hilldale ave. 

" William Jr. shoe cutter, b. 33 Hilldale ave. 
Perri Frank G. bakery, r. 101 River, h. 127 do. 

" Frank S. grocer, 53 River, h. 10 Myrtle 
Perreno Joseph, laborer, h. r. 203 Washington [ave. 

Perron Eugene A. hairdresser, 7 Merrimack, b. 66 Bellevue 

" Florian J. hairdresser, 74 Essex, h. Hilldale ave. cor. 
Albert 

" John, clerk, 30 Lafayette sq. b. 66 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 66 Bellevue ave. 
Perry Albert G. shoe cutter, b. 50 North 

" Albertina, clerk, 85 Washington, b. 50 North 

" Benjamin G. h. 13 Pleasant, Br. 



HAVERHILL 335 DIRECTORY 



Perry George W. provisions, 167 Washington, h. 13 Ford 
" James F. h. 50 North 

" John W. electrician, 13 Main, h. 41 Portland 
" Lewis G. treas. 88 Washington, h. 11 Webster 
" Lydia M. h. 12 Summer, Br. 

" Nellie H. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 13 Pleasant, Br. 
" Stella F. widow of Leon R. h. 55 Pilling 
" Vennie M. lodging house, 61 Emerson 
" William A. collector, 97 Wash. h. 57 Sheridan 
" see Paris 

Persal Mary Mrs. b. 9 Orchard, Br. 
" William, shoemaker, h. 9 Orchard, Br. 

Persky Hyman, shoemaker, b. 3 Avon pi. 
" Joseph, tailor, h. 3 Avon pi. 

Pervear George W. laborer, b. 11 Green 

Peterkin James, driver, 23 Hale, rms. 32 How 
" Jane, widow of John, h. 68 Summer 
" John, driver, Beach Soap Co. h. 68 Summer 

Peters Charles F. foreman, 270 River, h. 62 Locke, Br. 
" Daniel, harness mnfr. 5 Fleet, h. 57 Merrimac, Br. CJ 

" Elbridge O. shoemaker, h. 14 Whittier C3 

" Grantley, driver, 24 Main, h. 19 Bartlett ave. 

" Harry, boarding house, 124 Essex i ^p 

" Rose A. widow of Oliver, h. 68 Prospect, Br. 35 

" Samuel R. teamster, 29 Wingate, h. r. 42 Howard 3B 

" William E. shoemaker, h. 68 Prospect, Br. 
" Winfield S. (Peters & Cole) lawyer, 195 Merrimack, h. C3 
82 North ave. ^9 

PETERS & COLE (Winfield S. Peters and Harry J. " 
Cole) attorneys- at-law, 195 Merrimack, c. Emerson. 
See page 804 

Peterson John J. butcher, h. Main, bey. High, Br. 
" Lena, h. r. 21 Walnut 

Pethybridge Ella, nurse, Hale Hospital, b. do. < 

" Harry N. salesman, 53 Wash. h. 60 Highland ave. Cm 

" William H. b. 36 White Z^ 

Petit Albert, shoemaker, h. 10 Hillside 0< 

" Alphonse, shoemaker, b. Hilldale ave. n. Maurice Jp 

" Charles, shoe repairer, 84 Lafayette sq. h. 37 Hilldale P 
ave. § Z 

" Charles B. clerk, 236 Essex, h. 47 Hillside ave. pO 

" John, shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. n. Maurice O"^ 

" Napoleon, shoemaker, h. 247 Essex " CD 

Pettee Ernest, laborer, b. 28 Elm W 

" Jesse M. shoe finisher, h. 30 Central, Br. 



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Pettelle Paul, heel cutter, h. Broadway, n. Crystal, A. V. 
Pettengill Albert A. shoe pattern maker, h. 128 Merrimack 

" Angeline M. widow of Warren, h. 53 Washington ave. 

" Angie A. widow of George, h. 22 Bartlett 
" Beniah, h. Liberty, near Crystal lake 
" Catherine L. h. 528 Water ' 

u Charles A. shoe buffer, h. Broadway, bey. Liberty 

" Charles H. bookkeeper, 32 Wingate, b. 10 Hancock 

" Clarence A. watch repairer, h. Plaistow rd. near S. H. 

" Daniel A. h. 42 Fourth ave. 

" Edmond H. shoe cutter, h. 10 Hancock 

" Edwin C. foreman, h. 10 Freeman 

" Ella F. widow of John W. h. 13 Chestnut 

" Ernest A. pattern maker, b. 45 Sixth ave. 

" Everett Franklin, shoemaker, b. 125 Golden Hill ave. 

" Forest W. shoemaker, b. 125 Golden Hill ave. 

" George B. gas fitter, b. Beniah Pettengill's 

" George M. grocer, 54 Washington ave. h. 50 do. [tain 

" George W. cigars and billiards, 57 Wash. h. 61 Foun- 

" Herbert E. bookkeeper, 72 Phoenix row, h. 45 Sixth 
ave. 

" Howard, clerk, 97 Cedar, b. 45 Sixth ave. 

" Julia A. Mrs. dressmaker, 128 Merrimack, h. do. 

" Leverett E. farmer, b. Liberty, n. Crystal lake 

" Rufus S. (Pettengill & Martin) rms. 20 Green 

" William O. leather cutter, b. 9 Elm pi. 

" & Martin (Rufus S. Pettengill and Patrick Martin) heel 
mnfrs. 118 Phoenix row 
Pettigrew Alex, laborer, h. 76 Broadway 

" Clara E. h. 8 Water 

" George W. shoe cutter, h. 10 Bateman 
Peva William H. last maker, h. 41 Howard 
Pevear John W. skiver, h. 3 Bartlett 
Phaneuf Frank L. fgt. handler, b. 17 Pilling 

" John B. laster, h. 44 Bellevue ave. 

" Louis, stitcher, h. 17 Pilling 

" Marie, widow of John B. h. 44 Bellevue ave. 

" Noe, laster, h. 44 Bellevue ave. 
Phelan Abbie F. widow of Charles H. h. 20 Stage 

" Ellen, widow, h. 207 Winter 

" James H. nail sticker, b. 20 Stage 

" Katherine, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 258 Washington 
Phelps I. Newton Rev. pastor, St. John's Episcopal church, 

h. 141 Main, Br. 
Phibin Mary, widow of Martin, h. 7 Grove 



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Philbrick Addie L. Mrs. h. 321 Gioveland 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. 45 Locke, Br. 

" Frank F. salesman, Murray Bros. Co. h. at Merrimac 

" George H. carpenter, b. 321 Groveland 

" Isaac H. police, h. 193 Lawrence 

" Julia H. music teacher, b. 193 Lawrence 

" Leonard O. bookkeeper, 108 Wash. h. 195 Lawrence 

" Mary widow of Rufus L. h. 321 Groveland [Lawrence 

" William E. treas. Beach Soap Co. Water, c. Mill, h. at 
Phillip Charles, bootblack, 54 Essex, b. 46 River 
Phillips Caroline, laundress, h. 37 Ashland 

" Charles, milkman, h. Willow ave. n. Boston rd. W. H. 

" Charles G. heel cutter, h. 6 Seventh ave. 

" Charlotte Mrs. b. 48 Portland 

" C. Howard, salesman, b. 45 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Edward H. shoe cutter, b. 22 Whittier 

ft Eliza M. widow of Flavel, h. 77 Grove 

" Ellen M. widow of Charles T. h. 45 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Ellen W. widow of John M. h. 79 Cedar 

<; Fred E. shoemaker, b. 45 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Harry K. pianist, 77 Grove, h. do. 

" Harry T. shoe cutter, rms. 59 Main 

" Henry, farmer, h. Willow ave. W. H. 

*' James, clerk, 270 River, rms. 14 Franklin 

" James F. stock fitter, h. 20 N. H. ave. Br. 

" John, foreman, H. W. W. h. 99 Elm, Br. 

" John L. printer, b. 77 Grove 

" Mary A. stitcher, rms. 17 Vine 

u Mary J. widow of Joseph, h. 6 Seventh ave. 

" Olive B. h. 6 Seventh ave. 

*' Rollin A. farmer, h. 22 Whittier 

" Samuel M. farmer, h. Liberty, c. Crystal 

" Thomas R. laster, h. r. 8 Mill 

" Willard W. salesman, B. b. 45 Bradford ave. Br. 

" , shoe cutter, rms. 59 Main 

Phinney Abbie, widow of William, b. 24 Greenleaf, Br. 

" William D. harness maker, 9 Main, 121£ Elm 

" William T. car conductor, rms. 7 Portland 

" see Finney 
Picard Felix, b. 2 Blaisdell 

" Lillian G. cashier, 12 Merrimack, rms. 3 Vine 

" Mary A. Mrs. dressemaker, 2 Blaisdell, h. do. 

" Philias, shoemaker, h. 2 Blaisdell 
Picango Mike, shoemaker, h. 8 Varnum 
Picarell RarTaele, laborer, h. 71 River 




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PICKARD BEN T. wholesale and retail ice cream 
and confectionery, 39 and 41 Merrimack, and 
restaurant, 105 Washington, rms. 2 Spring. 
See opp. page 55 

" George A. heel paster, b. 1 Worthen pi. 

" George E. laster, h. 1 Worthen pi. [Woods ave. 

" Jeremiah, foreman, 18 Merrimack, h. Groveland, n. 

" M. Emma, clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. 7 Pecker 
Pickens Dana E. b. Hilldale ave. c. Monument 
Pickering Alice A. bookeeper, 8 Merrimack, rms. 268 Wash. 

" Cynthia Mrs. nurse, h. 45 Auburn 

" Elmer, shoe packer, h. 45 Auburn 
Pickett Edward L. clerk, 56 Merrimack, h. 44 Chestnut 

" see Piquette and Picard 
Pierce Albert, shoemaker, h. 22 N. Broadway 

" Arthur L. shoe stitcher, b. 317 Washington 

" Charles F. box maker, h. 65 Dexter 

" Charlotte I. widow of Dr. Albion, h. 83 Portland 

" Daniel D. carpenter, h. 9 Fifth ave. 

" Darius, b. 327 Washington 

" Elmer E. h. 1 Sheridan 

" Frank B. physician, 327 Washington, h. do. 

" George F. shoemaker, h. 5 Lincoln 

" Grace F. Mrs. clerk, 28 Merrimack, rms. New, Br. 

" Harry L. sub-master, High school, h. 5 Clinton 

" Ira W. stock fitter h. 191 Water 

" James W. shoe cutter, b. 177 Water 

" J. Edmund, shoemaker, h. 9 Adams 

" Louise E. housekeeper, 4 58 Water 

" Sarah B. widow of Sylvester F. h. 9 Adams 

" VV. shoemaker, rms. 175 Water 
Pike Annie, h. 346 Washington 

" Charles L. clerk, 112 Merrimack, h. 32 Kent 

" Chase, lining cutter, h. 16 Jackson 

" Ezra E. laborer, h. 9 Lafayette, Br. [land 

" William T. coal and wood, 512 Groveland, h. at Grove- 
Pilling John, shoe mnfr. 30 Wingate, h. 71 Main 

" Norris, foreman, 83 Washington, h. 45 Nichols 
Pillsbury Edward G. driver, 14 Wash. b. 17 Davenport 

" Charles F. salesman, 93 Merrimack, h. at Byfield 

" Frank M. carpenter, h. 17 Davenport 

" Lisa M. widow of William B. h. 141 Main, Br. 

" William E. shoemaker, h. 6 Silver 

Pineo Warren K. blackamith, h. 20 Swasey 

Pinet Alexis, mill hand, h. 32 Lewis 



HAVEKHILL 339 DIRECTORY 



fice Hours: Every Afternoon Evening Hours : From 7 to 8 on 

m 2 to 4, (except Sundays.) Monday, Thursday and Saturday 

Residence, 97 Arlington Street, Corner Highland Avenue. 

H. F. PITCHER, M. D. 

Removed to SIMONDS & ADAMS BUILDING, 

MERRIMACK STREET, HAVERHILL, MASS. 

UP TWO FLIGHTS. TAKE ELEVATOR. 



NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE. 



Pingree C. Albert, teller, First National Bank, h. at 
Georgetown 
" Mellen A. (Pingree & Ryan) lawyer, 163 Merrimack, 
h. end Berkeley ave. 
PINGREE & RYAN (Mellen A. Pingree and John J. 

Ryan) lawyers, 163 Merrimack. See page 803 
Pinkham A. Maud, dressemaker, 20 Auburn, b. do. 
" Charles A. shoemaker, h. 38 Jackson 
" Cornelia S. widow of John H. h. 20 Auburn 
" C. Charles, shoemaker, h. 27 Broadway 
" Edward H. shoemaker, h. 73 Race 
" Ellen Mrs. h. 40 Locust 

" Horace I. postmaster; shoe nmfrs. goods, 81 Wash- 
ington, and (J. A. Dalrymple & Co.) 87 do. h. 
209 Mill 
" John C. foreman, Knipe Bros. h. Oxford ave. W. H. 
" Varnum F. (J. P. Deaborn & Co. liquors, 29 Locust, 

h. 3 Newell 
" Wade H. shoemaker, rms. 10 How 
" Walter H. E. heel cutter, h. 571 Main 
" William E. edge trimmer, h. 93 High 
Pinney Alfred, rms. 48 Pecker 
Piper Asenath T. Mrs. h. 230 Washington 
" Francis, shoemaker, h. 347 River 
" Henry O. job wagon, h. 11 Eastern ave. 
Pipes Henry, shoemaker, rms. 3 Currier pi. 
Piquette Franklin, fancy goods, 194 Essex, h. do. 
" Jaques, shoemaker, h. 6 Bateman 
" see Pickett and Picard 
PITCHER HERBERT F. physician, 50 Merrimack, 
h. 97 Arlington. See above 

pSSEl H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

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HAVERHILL 340 DIRECTORY 



Pitman Alfred E. D. J. h. 4 Currier pi. 
Pitts Ethel M. bookkeeper, 12 Merrimack, b. 69 Auburn 
Place Charles H. stock fitter, h. 83 Prospect, Br. 
Plante Palmina Mrs. grocer, 69 Locke, h. do. 

" see La Pante 
Platts Fred, teamster, 30 Main, h. 3 Henry 

" Robert C. coachman, 29 Highland ave. h. r. 11 Oak 

" Russell S. driver, h. 3 Spring pi. 

" William O. carpenter, h. 6 Spring pi. 
Pleau George, heel cutter, b. 98 Locke 

" Louis, shoe finisher, h. 13 View 

" Philip, shoemaker, h. 169 River 
Plomondin Emil, shoe cutter, rms. 18 White 

" Jean B. shoemaker, h. 3 Tremont 
Ploude Alfred, U. S. A. b. 251 River 

" Elizabeth, Mrs. h. 251 River 

" George, hatter, h. 285 River 

" Thomas, shoe worker, b. 251 River 
Plouf Eugene L. horse shoer, 20 Fleet, h. 14 Seventh ave. 

" Mary A. Mrs. h. 96^ Cedar 

" Napoleon J. shoemaker, b. 96^ Cedar 
Pluff Henry C. hairdresser, 122 Wash. h. 24 Grand 

" John E. hairdresser, 9 Wash. rms. 24 Grand 
Plummer Arthur D. shoe cutter, b. 140 North ave. 

" Arthur J. buffer, h. 23 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Edwin L. heel maker, h. Boston rd. n. Cross rd. W. H. 

" Frances A. h. 46 How 

" John M. foreman, h. 140 North ave. 
Plumstead Harry T. mngr. 112 Wash. rms. 72 Merrimack 
Pocock James, driver, 23 Hale, b. 68 Main, Br. 
Poindexter Benjamin, clerk, 58 White, b. 42 Howard 

" Margaret A. widow of Charles B. h. 42 Howard 
Poirier Azare, shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. c. Albert 

" Donat, shoemaker, h. 32 High 

" George, shoemaker, b. I. Poirier's, Bateman 

" Isaie, peddler, h. Bateman, n. Maurice 

" Richard J. music teacher, h. 7 Cottage 
Poisson Edward J. shoemaker, h. 24 High 

11 Louis, shoemaker, h. 11 Thorndike 

" Louisa, widow, h. 11 Thorndike 
Poitras Alfred, shoemaker, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale 
Pollard Charles H. motorman, h. 176 Main 

" Frank, driver, h. 44 Howard 

" Frank Jr. shoemaker, b. 44 Howard 

" Mary J. widow of Frank D. h. 16 Arlington 



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Pollett Elizabeth, Mrs. h. 89 Lafayette sq. 
Pollock Hugh shoemaker, rms. 5 Wash. sq. 

" John, shoemaker, b. 18 Emerson 
Polukanis George, laborer, h. 108 River 
Pomeroy Frederick, shoemaker, b. 54 Green 

" Theodore T. edge setter, h. 54 Green 
Pond C. W. & Son, painters, basement 15 West 

" Jean, teacher of Logic and Literature, Bradford 
Academy, b. do. 

" William H. painter, h. 36 Greenville 
Pool Charles H. Jr. shoe cutter, h. 2 Marion 
Poole Benjamin T. asst. 81 Wash. h. 571 Main 

" Frank, shoemaker, rms. 64 Locust 

" Roy, driver, b. J. B. Sawyer's, Salem, Br. 
Poor Albion L. stock fitter, h. 51 Sheridan 

" Benjamin K. h. 83 Cedar [W. H. 

" Caroline, widow of Samuel, h. Ferry rd. n. Neck rd. 

11 Charles E. shoe mnfr. 64 Phoenix row, h. 28 Byron, Br. 

" Charles Herbert, shoe mnfr. 77 Wash. h. 83 Cedar 

" Charles Howard (Charles H. Poor and Edmund B. 
Fuller) lawyer, 91 Merrimack, h. 62 Lake View ave. 
POOR CHARLES H. & EDMUND B. FUL- 
LER, lawyers, justices and notaries, 91 Merrimack, 
rms. 1 to 3. See page 803 

" Clifford, clerk, 208 Merrimack, h. 2 Church, Br. 

" Edwin, h. 1 Fourth ave. 

" Frank J. shoe cutter, h. 502 Wash. 

" Harry C. foreman, 93 Essex, h. 11 Brockton ave. 

" Irving T. b. 28 Byron, Br. 

" Isaac, mayor, office City Hall, h. 40 Salem, Br. 

" John M. real estate, h. 20 Park 

" J. M. Mrs. Christian Scientist, 20 Park, h. do. 

" Lawrence D. salesman, b. 28 Byron, Br. [ave. Br. 

" Mary B. widow of George H. h. 11 New Hampshire 

" Moses, h. 42 Main, L'r. 

" Sarah E. widow of Daniel N. Jr. h. 43 Main, Br. 

" Sumner F. driver, 23 Hale, h. Main, n. Boston rd. Br. 
Poore C. Herbert, real estate, 104 Merrimack, h. 113 Main, 
Br. 

" Frank W. h. Primrose, n. Dustin sq. 

" George B. shoe cutter, h. 495 Wash. [ave. h. do. 

" Harlan B. groceries and small wares, Main, c. Sixteenth 

" Henry A. farmer, h. Lake, n. Lowell ave. 

" Melissa L. M. Mrs. dressmaker, 4 Portland, h. do. 

" Proctor N. letter carrier, h. 4 Portland 

MM S. COLE, 2KS iS&iSSZ 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street., 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



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Poore Walter F. farmer, h. Lake, n. Lowell ave. [Wash. 
Pope Catherine, Mrs. forewoman, 17 Sanders pi. rms. 241 
Porper Laura E. stitcher, rms. 7 Orchard 

" Sarah E. corder, h. 7 Orchard 
Porter Anna W. b. 3 Ferry, Br. 

" Charles B. upholsterer, 13 Washington sq. h. 5 Warren 

" Charles D. (D. D. Chase Lumber Co.) 9 Washington 
ave. h. 14 Maple ave. 

" Charles S. hatter, h. 77 Bellevue ave. 

" Dudley, pres. Merrimack Nat. Bank, h. 14 Maple ave. 

." Lloward L. shoe mnfr. 40 to 48 Granite, h. 32 
Summer [mit ave. 

" Sarah M. H. sewing teacher, public schools, b. 3 Sum- 

; < Wilbur S. upholsterer, 11 Main, b. 34 Cedar 

" William H. salesman, 40 Granite, b. 32 Summer 
Portier Rudolphe, laster, h. 44 Bellevue ave. 
Portors George, blacksmith, r. 145 Merrimack, h. 100 

Emerson 
Portro Peter, laborer, h. 135 River 
Post Arthur, shoemaker, rms. 27 Washington ave. 

" Office, H. I. Pinkham, postmaster, Washington sq. 
Postal Telegraph Cable Co. 138 Merrimack 

" Telegraph District Messenger Co. 138 Merrimack 
Pothier George Henry, hatter, h. 20 Florence ave. 

" Joshua, beater out, b. 10 Hillside pi. 

" Sifroid, beater out, b. 10 Hillside pi. 

" Timothy J. edge trimmer, h. 10 Hillside pi. 
Potter Charles H. foreman, 69 Merrimack, h. 596 Wash. 

" Roscoe H. carpenter, 30 Pleasant, b. 20 Seventh ave. 
POTTER WARREN W. builder, 30 Pleasant, 
rms. 59 Main. See page 3 

" Wellington F. carpenter, 30 Pleasant, h. Peabody, n. 
Salem, Br. 

" , shoemaker, rms. 25 Washington ave. 

Poulin Elizabeth, widow of Napoleon, h. 33 Hilldale ave. 

" George, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington 

" Hector, shoemaker, h. 22 Duncan [do. 

Powell Ada L. widow of Charles, dressmakei, 17 How, h. 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 24 Lewis 

" Henry S. b. 24 Lewis 

" John H. stableman, F. C. Wilson Co. h. 69 Webster 

" Thomas, bootblack, 16 Main, b. 17 Elm, Br. 

" Thomas W. shoemaker, b. 24 Lewis 
Powers Andrew J. shoe packer, b. 72 Beach 






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Powers Anna R. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 15 New 
" Dennis A. liquors, 7 Washington, h. 29 New 
" Edward L. h. 4 Cedar 
". Ellen, shoe worker, h. 13 New 
" Ellen, widow of John, b. 14 Maple 
" Etta J. clerk, 2U% Merrimack, b. 14 Maple 
" Fred Everett, shoe worker, b. 72 Beach 
" Gardner L. student, b. 4 Cedar 

POWERS JAMES J. undertaker, 184 Winter, h. 17 
Maple. See page 823 
" John, box maker, h. 192 Primrose 
" John, laborer, h. 97 Locke 
" Julia, widow of David, h. 15 New 
" Kate, widow of John, b. 1 7 Maple 
'•' Margaret J. widow of David, h. 6 Kenoza ave. 
" Marguerite F. D. bookkeeper, 102 Merrimack, b. 6 

Kenoza ave. 
" Nicholas, h. 29 Lancaster 

" Mary A. teacher, J. C. Tilton school, b. 15 New 
" Mary J. widow of Thomas, h. 72 Beach 
" Maude A. mngr. 67 White, b. 4 Cedar £3 

" Patrick, coachman, 59 Park, h. St. James ave. n. Mill ^^ 
" William, asst. 184 Winter, h. 7 Baltimore gj 

" William, bar clerk, 38 Fleet, rms. 34 Pleasant gg 

" William J. teamster, h. 7 Baltimore J^J 

" Winifred M. teacher, Whittier school, b. 6 Kenoza ave. y 

Prahl Chris, shoemaker, h. 8 Garden 

Pratt Alice M. Mrs. h. 7 Park C3 

" Francis, h. 12 Duncan [mont C3 

" Fred W. sole leather, foreman, 356 River, h. 19 Tre- 
" George J. laster, h. 181 River l» 

" Harry, shoemaker, rms. 7 Henry 2 jj| 

" Harry, shoemaker, rms. 23 How jg fll 

" Joseph, grocer, 3 Grove, h. 101 High [Temple * f| 

" May J. widow of Nelson S. cigars, 4 Locust, h. 84 jj Z 
" Oscar H. heel mnfr. 100 Phoenix row, h. 93 Grove g JJ 

" Ralph, photographer, rms. 14 Oak — H 

" Rebecca F. widow, h. 93 Grove H HI 

" Rosa Mrs. shoe worker, b. 258 Washington m q 

" Willard, shoemaker, rms. 82 High JJ - 

Pray Clementine P. widow of Joseph F. h. 14 Carleton pl> PI 
" Louis H. piano tuner, 156 N. Broadway, h. do. P 1 ^ 



HAVERHILL 344 DIRECTORY 



ROLAND B. PRAY, 

SKINS AND LETTERING 

^-''IVJl 1*-^ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 
120 MERRIMACK STREET, 

HAVERHILL - - MASS. 

N. E. Telephone, 69-4. 



FRAY ROLAND B. sign painter, 120 Merrmack, b- 

14 Carleton pi. See above 
Preble Alfred L. car conductor, h. 1 Gilbert ave. 

" Arthur E. fireman, L. L. & H. power sta. Br. h. River- 
side ave. 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. Plaistow rd. n. school house 

" Edward, b. Charles E. Preble's, Plaistow rd. 

" Eva, clerk, 128 Winter, h. at Merrimac 

" Frank S. druggist, 1 Monument sq. h. 55 Highland av. 

" Thirza M. widow of Horace, nurse, h. 9 Pilling 
Prentiss John H. trav. salesman, h. 221 Lawrence 
Presby Abby S. Mrs. h. 5 Masonic ct. 

" Harry J. driver, b. 5 Masonic ct. [Br 

Prescott Arthur, shoe mnfr. 17 Railroad sq. h. 230 Main, 

" Caroline F. widow of Charles, h. 391 Washington 

" Charles G. salesman, 37 Washington, rms. 83 Emerson 

" Delia, dressmaker, b. 106 Main 

" E. C. & Co. (Ernest C. Prescott and Charles H. Calla- 
han) upper leather, 95 Washington 

" Emma M. widow of John C. h. 8 Vine 

" Ernest C. (E. C. Prescott & Co.) h. Park ave. Br. 

" George J. farmer, h. Ferry rd. W. H. 

" Harry LeR. bookkeeper, 87 Wash. b. 30 Lindel 

" Hiram E. (B. F. Leighton & Co.) wholesale grocer, 
Batchelder, h. 23 Mechanic 

" Howard L. boxmaker, h. 22 Pleasant, Br. 

" Ida E. Mrs. seamstress, h. 34 Kent 

" Ida M. clerk, assessor's office, b. 8 Vine 

" John A. job printer, 27 Water, h. do. 

" John R. b. 33.1 Groveland 



HAVERHILL 345 DIRECTORY 



The Daily 

SATURDAY EVENING CRITERION 
AND IPSWICH INDEPENDENTS j* 

takes the best Advertising Combination in Essex County. 

PRESS PUB. CO., 4 MAIN STREET, HAVERHILL. 

All 'Phones. 



"Winrxixis Combination 

The SATURDAY EVENING CRITERION and the SUNDAY 
RECORD cover the local and suburban field better than 
any other mediums. 

ALL SHREWD ADVERTISERS USE I 

Prescott Joseph W. clerk, 31 Merrimack, h. 30 Lindel 

" Lizzie E. vamper, b. 391 Washington 

" Mary G. Mrs. housekeeper, 39 Byron, Br. 

" Sarah F. widow of Calvin L. h. 27 Water 

" Stephen D. gardener, h. 184 Main 
PRESS PUBLISHING CO. printers and pub- 
lishers, 4 Main. See above 
Pressey Albert A. stable, Merrill's ct. h. 12 Arch 

" Charles C. (Brittain & Co.) grocer, 13 Main, Br. h. 10 
Summer, do. 

" Harrison G. O. rms. 18 Hancock 

" Lizzie E. widow of John R. h. 6 Sixth ave. 

" Moulton D. carpenter and builder, 139 Main, h. do. 

" Wilbert L. foreman, 70 Wash. b. 139 Main 
Preston Charles H. shoemaker, h. 10 Baltimore 

" George H. machine oper. h. 280 E. Broadway 

" Howard N. (Haverhill Charcoal Co.) rms. 20 Portland 

" John H. dentist, 91 Merrimack, b. 280 E. Broadway 

" Stella F. teacher Chestnut st. school,b.280 E.Broadway 
Prevaux John J. physician, 325 Washington, h. do. 
Prevost Henri E. (H. E.Prevost & Co.) 338 River, rms.do. 

" H. E. & Co. (Henri E. Prevost and Alfred Smith) 
apothecaries, 338 River 

" Magnus, shoemaker, h. 94 Locust 

" see Provost 
Price John F. laster, h. 30 Pleasant, Br. 

" John W. shoemaker, rms. 44 Emerson 

" Robert F. shank finisher, h. 6 Oak terrace 

" see Pryce [ave. Br. 

Priest Addison L. foreman cutting, Knipe Bros. h. Willow 




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Priest Alice E. nurse, Hale Hospital, b. do. [ave. 

" Arthur B. leather broker, 35 'Wingate, h. 35 Highland 

" Carrie E. h. 10 Chestnut 

11 Charles F. shoe cutter, h. 8 Lawrence 

" Harry L. salesman, 79 Wash. b. 10 Chestnut 

" Moses E. h. 20 Lawrence 

" Nathan, shoe cutter, h. 10 Chestnut 

" Nathan H. shoe cutter, h. 3 Lindel 

" Ralph S. shoemaker, b. 3 Lindel 

" William Otis, shoe cutter, h. Lapierre n. Bateman 
Prime Edward, shoemaker, h. Main, n. Boston rd. Br. 
Primrose George, shoemaker, h. Kingsbury ave. n. Willow 
ave. Br. 

" John B. ins. agt. 91 Merrimack 
Prince Arthur, electrician, b. 1 7 Westford 

" Charles L. stitcher, h. 14 Beach 

" Ephraim S. driver, 9 Wash. ave. h. 22 York 

" George, h. 17 Westford 

" William F. janitor, Peabody school, h. 250 Salem, Br. 
Principato Giovannina, fruit, 34 Locust, h. do. 
Prindable Ellen, widow of Garrett, h. 66 Dexter 

" Patrick, clerk, b. 6Q Dexter 
Prior John, h. 4 Temple pi. 

" Joseph B. soles, 118 Phcenix row 
Proctor Charles W. (Croston & Proctor) heel mnfr. 110 
Phoenix row, h. 62 Prospect, Br. 

" George, shoemaker, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" George M. shipper, 13 Wash. sq. h. at Plaistow, N. H. 

" John H. (Morse & Proctor) soles, etc. 136 Washington, 
h. 36 Fifth ave. 

" John W. soles, etc. 72 Washington, h. 375 do. 
Prosser Clarence E. (Prosser & Smith) h. 20 Tenth ave. 

" & Smith (Clarence E. Prosser and Fred A. Smith) shoe 
counter mnfrs. 69 Washington 
Proulx Adelard J. laster, b. John B. Proulx's 

" John B. carpenter, h. Hilldale ave. n. Maurice 

" John B. Jr. shoemaker, h. Eudora 

Provencher Miss, h. 228 River 

Provensono Gaetano, hairdresser, 74 White, h. do. 
Provost Adolphe, laborer, h. 5 High 

" Adolphe, shoe finisher, h. 98 Lafayette sq. 

" Albert, shoe worker, h. 10 Broadway 

" Alfred, shoe finisher, b. 14 High 

" Ezildia, widow of Alexandre, variety store, 12 High, 
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Provost George, hat finisher, h. 44 Willie 

" Harmidas, shoemaker, b. 5 High 

" Napoleon, shoe laster, h. 3 Little River 

" Nazaire (N. Provost & Co.) h. 6 Albion 

" Nazaire, Jr. (N. Provost & Co.) h. 6 Albion 

" N. & Co. (Nazaire and Nazaire Provost Jr.) liquors, 
216 and 218 Essex 

" Olivine Mrs. hairdresser, 98 Merrimack, h. Hilldale av. 
cor. Albert 

" see Prevost 
Prudential Life Ins. Co. 25 Washington sq. 
Pullen Everett E. farm hand, h. 157 N. Broadway 
Pulsifer Deborah L. widow of George L. h. 9 Webster 

" G. Herman (Pulsifer Paper Co.) h. 9 Webster 

" Paper Co. (G. Herman Pulsifer and Edson W. Noyes) 
whol. paper, twine, etc. 64 Washington 
Purcell Timothy, laborer, h. 91 Kimball, Br. 
Purington Eugene, conductor, h. 32 Keeley 

" Forrest, shoemaker, rms. 31 How 

" Ralph U. shoemaker, h. 33 Merrimac, Br. 
Purnell Alfred J. h. 50 Riverside ave. 

" Harry, clerk, 132 Essex, rms. 50 Riverside ave. 

" Laura F. Mrs. grocer, 2 Madison, h. 50 Riverside ave. 
Putnam Clarence, boarding house, 1 7 Orchard 

" Ed. M. (Putnam & Co.) h. 92 Kenoza ave. 

" Hattie A. h. 47 Oak 

" Leverett O. shoe treer, b. 57 Highland ave. 

" Mary G. h. 3 Seventh ave. 

" William E. asst. 3 Water, rms. 81 Main 

" & Co. (Ed. M. Putnam and George W. Chase) provi- 
sions, Main, cor. Water 
Pyne Arthur E. shoe tip maker, h. 34 Cedar 

" Lewis D. farm hand, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Lizzie B. widow of Edward, stitcher, b. 16 Beacon 

QUADE DENNIS, porter, Eagle House, b. do. 
Queen Samuel H. shoemaker, h. L, cor. S, W. H. 
Querion Clement, shoemaker, rms. 96 Winter 
Quested James K. shoemaker, b. 138 Winter 

" Thomas E. shoemaker, h. Main, R. V. 

" Wilbur, trimming cutter, b. 138 Winter 
Quigley Amelia A. machine operator, h. 36 Fernald ave. 

" Katherine, widow of John H. vamper, h. 36 Fernald av. 
Quill John, switchman, Wash. st. R. R. crossing, h. 245 
Winter 

coaT.. H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



Q 



HAVERHILL 348 DIRECTORY 



Quimby Albert H. leather cutter, h. 11 1 Cedar 

" Albert N. machinist, Lennox & Briggs, h. 24 Wash. av. 

" Charles O. sole leather cutter, h. 168 Webster 

" Converse C. leather sorter, h. 19 Seventh ave. 

" Ellery C. cornetist, b. 6 Duncan 

" Frank, sole sorter, b. 168 Webster 

" Frederic W. b. 69 Auburn 

" John, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington sq. 

" John W. shoemaker, h. 86 Water 

" Moses E. laster, h. 5 Washington sq. 

" Olivia A. Mrs. dressmaker, 168 Webster, h. do. 

" Sarah A. widow of Enoch R. housekeeper, 281 Wash. 

" Sherburne M. shoemaker, h. r. 6 Victoria ct. 

" Susan, widow of Oliver, h. Cross rd. n. Ferry rd. W. H. 

" Walter S. laster, rms. 194 Merrimack 

" Warren J. leather worker, h. 53 Moore 

" William H. painter, 150^ Merrimack, h. 55 Elm, Br. 
Quinby Edward O. clerk, 5 Monument sq. h. 30 Brockton 
avenue [ave. 

" Thomas W. real estate, 47 Merrimack, b. 37 Highland 
Quinn Catherine, h. 74 Fifth ave. 

" George T. shoemaker, h. 9 Granville ct. 

" Hugh B. shoe cutter, h. 66 High 

" John, heel cutter, h. 251 Winter 
Quinney Benjamin, shoemaker, h. 22 Stage 

" Henry C. restaurant, 35 Main, h. 105 Winter 

" Jacob E. car repairer, h. 46 Portland 

" William F. blacksmith, h. 46 Moore 

" Winfield F. shoemaker, h. 47 High 
Quintal Abraham, shoemaker, h. 217 River 

" Dominick, motorman, h. 15 Hall 

" Egessippe, shoemaker, h. 32 Hall 

" Euclid, shoemaker, h. 30 Marshall 

" Peter F. shoemaker, h. 255 Winter 

" Walter, shoemaker, b. 217 River 
Quirk Cornelius, sole cutter, h. 10 Norfolk 

" Michael, shoe cutter, b. 8 Kimball 

" Patrick, shoe cutter, h. 8 Kimball 

" Patrick, sole cutter, h. 10 Arch ave. 
Quong Lee, laundry, 10 Emerson, h. do. 

" On, laundry, 26 Primrose, h. do. 

" , Shung Wah Co. groceries, 45 Locust 



HA.VERHILL 349 DIRECTORY 



RABEAU ALBERT A. waiter, 191 Merrimack, bds. 20 
Hancock 

" Cyrille, shoemaker, h. 20 Hancock 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. 92 Broadway 
Racicot Stanislaus, clerk, 236 Essex, h. 8 Federal 
Racine Archibald, heel paster, b. 156 Merrimack 

" Edith Mrs. stitcher, h. 6 Orchard, Br. 

" Louis, heel maker, b. 36 Orchard 

" Paul, heel mnfr. 118 Phoenix row, h. 36 Orchard 

" William, brakeman, h. 156 Merrimack 
Radcliffe Addie E. Mrs. h. 12 Chestnut, Br. 

" Eliza A. b. 119 Main [tin 

" Eugene L. lieut. Protective No. 1, 20 Essex, b. 10 Dus- 

" Joshua F. h. 312 Washington 
RarTerty George W. foreman, 30 Wingate, h. Merrill ave. 
c. Rosemont 

" Peter, shoe cutter, h. 1 1 Marion [Avon pi. 

Ragolsky Louis J. second-hand clothing, 54 Essex, h. 1 
Railroad Sq. Drug Store, 117 Washington and 1 Railroad 

sq. 
Rainaud Alfred, carpenter, h. 46 Howard 

" Armidas, shoemaker, h. 10 Thorndike 

" Joseph, hostler, b. 46 Howard 

" Philbert, shoemaker, h. 7 Little River 

" Samuel P. shoemaker, b. 7 Little River 
Rainey George shoemaker, b. 49 Lafayette sq. 
Rainford Lawrence, shoe stitcher, h. 122 Elm, Br. 
Rainville Frank W. stone mason, h. 55 Hilldale ave. 

" Stanislas, janitor, police station, h. 9 Lewis 
Ramey Joseph G. beater out, h. 119 High 

" Perley E. Goodyear operator, h. 16 Baldwin 
Ramsdell Edward H. engineer, h. 24 Oak 

" Helen, Mrs. rms. 3 Charles 

" Kitty, bookkeeper, b. 19 Tenth ave. 

" William T. foreman, 86 Washington, h. 590 Main 
Ramsell Gardner J. carpenter, h. 8 Judson 
Ramsey Byron, shoemaker, h. Main, n. the bridge, R. V. 

" George S. paper hanger, h. 6 Currier pi. 

" Lewis H. farm hand, b. Asa Kimball's, Plaistow rd. 

" William H. shoemaker, h. E. Broadway, n. Main, R. V. 

" William M. clerk, W. H. Sawyer, b. Wm. H. Ramsey's, 
E. Broadway 
Rancour Armine, h. 76 Water 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 247 Essex 

iJMAN S flfllF CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

llUlllYlAll U. UULLj MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Odd Sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 350 DIRECTORY 



RAND FRANK N. real estate and ins. 90 Merri- 
mack, h. 26 Eleventh ave. See front cover 

" Samuel C. carpenter, h. 9 Arlington 
Randall Andrew J. farmer, h. 140 Linwood 

" Bert L. shoemaker, h. Lowell ave. bey. Forest 

" George W. stock fitter, h. 30 Stage 

" Henry S. farmer, h. Kingsbury ave. bey. Hyatt ave. Br. 

" Horace, farmer, h. Lowell ave. bey. Lake, S. H. 

" John H. boxmaker, b. H. S. Randall's 

" Mary J. Mrs. shoe stitcher, b. 31 Bartlett 

" Nathaniel, hairdresser, 36 Fleet, h. 4 Masonic ct. 

" Nettie, Mrs. h. 79 Cedar 

" Ralph J. shoemaker, b. 7 Gilbert ave. 

" Rhea S. widow of John L. h. 67 Brockton ave. 

" Sidney G. hatter, b. Horace Randall's 
Rankin Elizabeth A. widow of Jesse, h. 19 Pleasant 
Ranlett Albert H. shoemaker, h. 70 Auburn 

" Edward E. foreman, Hilliard & Tabor, h. 32 Nichols 
Ransom Catherine A. widow of William, h. 50 Water 
Rasmusson Peter, shoemaker, h. 96^ Cedar 
Rathkow r sky Frank, morocco dresser, h. 123 River 
Ratigan Mary, widow of Edward, h. 7 Main 
Ratte Joseph, scourer, rms. 4 Central 
Rawson Otis F. buffer, h. r. 44 Kimball, Br. 
Ray Albert F. clerk, 133 Merrimack, h. 67 Pecker 

" Bridget, Mrs. dining room, 237 Essex h. 235 do. 

" Bros. (John Z. and Fred N.) dentists, 88 Merrimack 

" David T. farm hand, h. Broadway, cor. Monument 

" Delbert, clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 30 Byron, Br. 

" Edmond, mill hand, h. 45 Willie 

" Edward, laborer, b. 146 Primrose [Pleasant, Br. 

" Fred N. (Ray Bros.) dentists, 88 Merrimack, b. 34 

" Harvey, grocer, 133 Merrimack, h. 11 Portland 

" Henry S. master mariner, h. 34 Pleasant, Br. 

" James, mill hand, h. 28 Dexter 

" Joanna, widow, h. Broadway, c. Monument 

" John, mill hand, h. 235 Essex [ron, Br. 

" John Z. (Ray Bros.) dentist, 88 Merrimack, h. 15 By- 

'• LeRoy V. lawyer, h. 54 Green 

" Napoleon, foreman, Thos. Sanders, Belvidere rd. h. do. 

" Otis E. shoe cutter, h. 3 South 

" Patrick, teamster, h. 96 Broadway 

" Timothy, teamster, h. Broadway, c. Monument 

" William W. (W. W. Ray & Co.) h. 21 Vestry 



HAVERHILL 351 DIRECTORY 



Ray W. W. & Co. (William W. Ray) soles, taps, etc. 112 

Phoenix row 
Raycroft John, plasterer, rms. 165 Essex 
Rayfuse John B. carpenter, rms. 95 Emerson 
Rayisian Harry, fruit, 2 Lafayette sq. rms. 48 Locust 
Raymond Charles H. mngr. Hav. Fire Appliance Co. 
Island Park, Br. h. 5 Park ave. do. 
" Anna, widow of Frederick O. h. 86 Main 
" Frederick O. (Raymond & Croy) 91 Merrimack, rms. 

37 and 38, h. 86 Main 
" Thomas, car conductor, h. 1 1 Edwin 
" & Croy (Frederick O. Raymond and Porter C. Croy) 
deputy sheriffs and auctioneers, 91 Merrimack, rms. 
37 and 38 
Read Albert F. foreman, at Lawrence, h. 12 Crant 
" Edgar L. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 6 Warren 
" Georgie A. nurse, b. 12 Grant 
" Mabel D. clerk, assessor's office, b. 12 Grant 
" see Reed 
Reaney George, shoemaker, b. 49 Lafayette sq. 

" Patrick T. carpenter, h. 36 Kimball, Br. 
Reardon Charles H. hatter, b. 17 Pecker 
" Daniel, shoemaker, b. 5 Stewart 
" David, U. S. A. b. 5 Stewart 
" Dennis, janitor. Kimball st. school, h. 12 Charles, Br. $9 
" Fred J. shoemaker, b. Kimball, cor. York £S 

" George H. laster, b. Kimball, cor. York [ball, do. (g9 

" Helena W. teacher, Locke st. school, Br. b. 33 Kim- wag 
" Jeremiah, gardener, h. 33 Kimball, Br. «bh 

" John, laborer, h. 5 Stewart J2S 

'" John C. hat worker, b- 39 High 

" John C. H. shoemaker, h. Kimball, cor. York CD 

" Julia A. teacher, Kimball st. school, b. 33 Kimball, Br. ^^ 
" Katherine H. h. 9 Rose ■ 

" Mary Mrs. h. 17 Pecker 

" Maurice, coachman, 9 Highland ave. h. 60 Summer ^ 

" Timothy C. mill hand, h. 39 High g m 

" Timothy T- laborer, h. 1 Bartlett ct. H > 

11ECORD PUBLISHING CO- publishers, The jj ^ 

Sunday Record, 4 Main. See page 345 § > 

Redden Parry M. horse shoer, 19 Court, h. 50 Howard J§ 

Redford William, roofer, h. 15 Dover J M 

Redlon George M. shoemaker, h. 5 Tenth ave. q m 

Reece Buttonnole Machine Co. 108 Washington m jl 

Reed Edward O. foreman, 365 River, h. 17 Sixth ave. ■ > 



HAVERHILL 352 DIRECTORY 



Reed Ellen M. widow of Edward, h. 97 High 

" Emily, clerk, 17 Locust, b. Lowell ave. 

" Frank F. skiver, h. Hilldale ave. c. Monument 

" Frank S. shoe cutter, h. 1 Grove 

" George, stock cutter, h. 26 Jackson 

" George, cook, 36 Washington 

" George W. wood worker, 10 Pleasant, h. at Methuen 

" George W. wood worker, h. Lowell ave. n. Forest 

" Harry E. harness maker, 29 Main, h. 33 Pleasant, Br. 

" Harry T. h. 412 Main 

" Henry F. shoe cutter, b. 97 High 

" Judson, lineman, 138 Merrimack, b. 5 Franklin 

" Mary A. prin. Crowell school, b. 4 Grant 

" Melvin H. harness mnfr. 29 Main, h. 61 Howard 

" see Read 
Reen John, city laborer, h. 5 Dexter 
Reeves Samuel, heel cutter, b. 31 Oak 
Regan Daniel, h. 122 Primrose 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. 86 Bellevue ave. 

" Henry J. shoe cutter, h. 9 Warren, Br. 

" James, laborer, h. 6 Kimball, 

" John, switchman, Essex st. crossing, h. 10 Lancaster 

" John, laborer, h. 73 Fifth ave. 

" John W. cigars, etc. 9 Wash. sq. b. 18 Ferry, Br. 

" Joseph D. shoemaker, h. 5 Currier pi. 

" Lucy, widow of William, h. 18 Ferry, Br. 

" Margaret, widow of Robert, h. 14 Harrison 

" Michael, laborer, h. 9 Lancaster 

" Patrick, gas maker, h. 36 John 

" Peter, laborer, b. 6 Lancaster 

" Robert T. shoemaker, h. 74 Bellevue ave. 

" William, bookkeeper, 172 Essex 

" William, farmer, h. 20 Chestnut, Br. 

•' William L. shoemaker, h. 333 River 
Regis Annie J. (Wm. Regis &Co.) h. 76 Temple 

" E. M. Mrs. burial dresses, 25 Emerson, h. 76 Temple 

" Frederick J. clerk, P. O. h. 7 Jackson 

" Joseph F. rubber collars, 25 Emerson, b. 76 Temple 

" William (Wm. Regis & Co.) h. 76 Temple 

" William & Co. (William and Annie J.) pianos and 
sewing machines, 2o Emerson 

" William H. music teacher, 25 Emerson, h. 76 Temple 
Reich Meyer, treer, h. 3 Park ave. 
Reid see Reed and Read 



HAVERHILL 353 DIRECTORY 



DR. W. F. B. REILLY, 

. . . dentist . . . 

inking Building, 72 MERRIMACK STREET. 

Rooms 24, 26 and 28. N. E. Telephone 418-12. 



REILLY WILLIAM F. B. dentist, 72 Merrimack, 

rms. 101 Winter. See above 
Remick Alice F. folder, h. 4 Swasey 

" Andrew J. shoemaker, h. 3 Central 

" George M. shipper, h. 25 Pecker 

" Josiah M. Rev. pastor, Winter st. Free Baptist church 
house 81 Howard 
Remillard Arsene, shoemaker, h. 37 Locke 
Renaud Arthur, laborer, b. 88 Lafayette sq. 

u George, shoemaker, h. r. 98 Latayette sq. 

" Horace, engineer, h. 49 Hilldale ave. 

" Horace A. engineer, h. 402 Washington 

" Joseph, laborer, h. 88 Lafayette sq. 
Reno Carmarano, shoe worker, h. 43 River 
Respigan Mary Mrs. house 58 River 
Reval John, blacksmith, 212 Essex, h. 45 Myrtle st. ext. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. % Benjamin 
Rex Dyspepsia Cure Co. 25 Emerson 
Reynolds Alphonso S. shoemaker, h. 12 Walnut , 

" Carl, coachman, 7 Sixth ave. rms. do. 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 107 Emerson 

" Charles H. hairdresser, 10 Winter, rms. 50 do. 

" Daniel W. clerk, 198^ Merrimack, rms. 4 Arlington 

" David, carpenter, h. 224 Kenoza ave. 

" John, sole cutter, house 150 Primrose 

" Louis O. shoe finisher, b. 12 Walnut 

" Nettie Mrs. h. 44 Curtis 

" Robert, electrician, h. 15 Tenth ave. 

u Sarah M. widow of Leonard, h. 16 Chestnut, Br. 
Rheault Delia Mrs. forewoman, 357 River, h. 11 Beach 




Business and Shorthand. >rhone us for office xeip. 



HAVERHILL 354 DIRECTORY 



Rheault William A. shoemaker, house 11 Beach 

" see Rowe 
Rheaume David, shoe cutter, bds. 13 Orchard, Br. 

" Gregoire, heel cutter, h, 2 Merril, Br. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, house J 3 Orchard, Br. 

" Moses, shoemaker, h. 26 Front, Br. 
Rhodes Charles N. dry goods, 54 Merrimack, h. 11 Winter 

u James T. (James T. Rhodes & Son) h. 30 Kent 

11 James T. & Son (James T. and Thomas G.) hair- 
dressers, and hair goods, 98 Merrimack 

" Thomas G. (James T. Rhodes & Son) h. 35 Kent 
Ricard Huber, h. 99 Winter 
Rice Albert P. bookkeeper, h. 222 Hilldale ave. 

" Annie E. Mrs. ice cream, etc. 1 17 Main, Br. h. do. 

" Gilbert G. shoemaker, h. 9 Currier ave. 

" James B. clerk, 30 Emerson, h. 16 Grove 

" Mary R. widow of Henry C. b. 9 Currier ave. 

'■' Michael, hatter, house 229 Winter 

" Richard, apprentice, b. 32 Oak terrace 

" Robert, mill hand, b. 110 Bellevue ave. 

" Thomas P. heel cutter h. 46 Harrison 

" Trueman B. ins. agt. 3 Wash. sq. h. 17 Currier ave. 
Rich Benjamin P. hairdresser, 62 Main, Br. b. 2 Pond do* 

" Judson A. engineer, 270 River, house 12 Oak 

" Harry W. heel cutter, b. 52 Hancock 

" Rufus Melvin, laborer, h. 12 Mill 

" Thomas P. house, 2 Pond, Br. 

" William R. clerk, 58 White, h. 47 Grove 

" see Reich 
Richard Adolphe, shoemaker, h. 13 High [3 Federal 

" Alfred (Sansoucie & Richard) 236 and 238 Essex, h. 

" Ferdinand, shoe cutter, h. 1 Lafayette 

" Henry heel cutter, h. 103 Bellevue ave. 

" Henry J. shoe cutter, h. 356b Washington 
Richards Adelaide 'Mrs. h. 33 Washington ave. 

" Esther A. widow of William E. h. 5 Hancock 

" Fred G. h. 132 Main 

" George C. shoe cutter, h. r. 21 Walnut 

" Jennie P. widow of Henry h. r. 31 Oak 

" Julia A. widow of William B. h. 51 Stage 

" William H. house 9 Chestnut 

" William H. Jr. foreman, 30 Wingate, h. 8 North 
Richardson Abby L. h. 26 Fifth ave. 

" Alexander B. waiter, 24 Main, h. 43 Essex 

" Adolphus, house, 45 Essex 



HAVERHILL 355 DIRECTORY 



Richardson Alfred V. L. shoe cutter, h. 41 Essex 

" Annie, widow of Miles, h. 44 Howard [Tenth ave. 

" A. George (Chase & Richardson) 159 Winter, h. 9^ 

" Caroline S. widow of Philo, b. Dr. W. P. Robinson's, 
Broadway, A. V. 

" Carrie E. widow of Wm. E. h. 10 Spring pi. 

" Charles E. bootblack, 16 Main, b. r. 59 do. 

" Charles H. heel cutter, h. 8 Maple ave. Br. 

" Edith M. teacher, High school, b. 15 Arlington 

" Edward C. laster, h. 12 Bartlett ave. 

" Edward T. job team, h. r. 59 JVlain 

« Eli E. shoemaker, h. 134 High 

" Ellen F. widow of Christopher C. nurse, h. 416 Water 

" Emma K. Mrs. b. 8 Merrimac, Br. 

" Ernest L. heel mnfr. 10 Maple ave. Br. h. do. 

" Frank W. job wagon, Wash. sq. h. 58 Locke, Br. 

" Fred A. real estate, h. 185 Water 

" Fred D. shoe cutter, h. 75 Auburn 

" Frederick Albert, wood worker, h. 13 E. Broadway 

" George M. (agent) bicycles, 11 West 

" Harlan W. driver, b. 58 Locke, Br. 

" Harry, salesman, 50 Phoenix row, h. 52 Pleasant, Br. 

" Isaac W. shoemaker, h. Gile, n. Newton rd. 

" John W. mngr. 30 Merrimack, rms. do. 

11 Leonard, heel cutter, b. 114 Merrimack [W. H. 

" Lydia E. widow of John H. h. Neck rd. cor. Ferry rd. 

" Olive, h. 7 John 

" Oren B. laster, h. 51 Sixth ave. 

" Pamelia O. widow of Arthur L. h. 5 New, Br. 

" Robert A. chairman, overseers of poor, h. 308 Wash. 

" Samuel A. h. 1 Crown pi. 

" Stephen C. shoemaker, 9 Munroe, h. do. 

" Wallace A. shoemaker, h. 1 Spring 

" William L. shoe cutter, h. 308 Washington 
Richer Harry, shoemaker, h. 36 Varnum 

" Philip, heel shaver, h. 13 Front, Br. 
Richey Andrew L. mngr. 124 Winter, h. 18 Nichols 

" Drug Co., Andrew L. Richey, mngr. 124 W 7 inter 

" Sarah, widow of Marshall, h. ] 11 Winter 
Kicker Annie M. Mrs. h. 316 Washington 

" Charles, bicycle repairer, b. 4 Crown place 

" Charles W. farmer, h. 24 Coffin ave. 

" Chester C. carpenter, h. 477 Kenoza 

" Fred R. shoemaker, b. 316 Washington 

" Frederick L. office, 52 Washington, h. 54 White 

coaiL H, L, TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 356 DIRECTORY 



Ricker George A., R. R. fireman, b. 22 Lafayette, Br. 

" Harry L. clerk, 108 Wash. rms. 18 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Mary J. widow of Leonard, h. 4 Crown place 

"■ Nathaniel M. painter, h. 1 Arlington 

" William Henry, shoemaker, h. 24 Coffin ave. 
Ricks Charles, shoemaker, h. 29 Ashland 
Ridgway George F. clerk, 94 Wash. h. 10 Bartlett 

" Joseph, h. 10 Bartlett 
Riedle Ralph, motorman, h. 77 Groveland 
Ridley Frederick H. trimmer, 161 Water, h. 25 Chestnut 

" Jacob, laborer, h. 100 Locust\ 
Ridlon Jane W. Mrs. nurse, h. 60 Winter 
Rigney Arthur B. stenographer, h. 47 Locust 

" Florence A. teacher, Wingate school, b. 47 Locust 

" Martha O. widow of John M. h. 47 Locust 
Riley Almon W. farmer, h. Gile, n. the schoolhouse 

" Charles E. h. 67 Franklin 

" Charles F. card stripper, b. 59 Lafayette sq. 

" Daniel, shoe seamer, h. 52 Arch 

" Daniel F. cook, 12 Main, rms. Ill Emerson 

" Dennis D. mason, 2 West, rms. 5 Masonic ct. 

" Frank J. clerk, Main, cor. Water, b. 3 Dustin pi. 

" Hugh, teamster, b. 146 Primrose 

" John, teamster, Island Park Co. h. Maynard ave. Br. 

" Lizzie L. h. 22 Franklin 

" Mary, widow of John H. h. 59 Lafayette sq. 

" Michael, heel cutter, b. 13 Jackson 

" Patrick J. cloth finisher, rms. 188 Merrimack 

" Thomas, shoemaker, h. 60 Hancock 

" William C. farmer, h. 200 Kenoza ave. 
Rines Clarence E. baker, 58 White, h. 26 Cedar 
Ring Annie, widow ot Dennis, h. 99 Primrose 

" Arthur, h. 1 Garden ct. 

" Cornelius, shoemaker, h. 79 Fifth ave. 

" Delancy T. shoe cutter, h. 10 Eighth ave. 

" Elizabeth, widow of George, h. 22 Cedar 

" Eugene, laborer, h. 55 Fifth ave. 

" Fred L. shoemaker, b. 136 Winter 

" James F. (Simonds & Adams) dry goods, 42 to 50 
Merrimack, h. 22 Windsor 

" Jeremiah J. b. 131 Franklin 

" Jeremiah J. shoemaker, h. 50 Harrison 

" Joanna, widow of John, h. 1 1 Rose 

" John, laborer, h. 22 York 

" Lois E. widow of George M. h. 136 Winter 



HAVERHILL 357 DIRECTORY 



Ring Lovet W. clerk, 152 Merrimack 

" Michael, laborer, h. 131 Franklin 

" Myra B. bookkeeper, 23 Wash. h. 136 Winter 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 119 Primrose 

" Timothy T. last maker, h. 129 Franklin 
Ripley Lucius W. laborer, h. 47 Merrimac, Br. 
Ritchie Fred, machinist, b. Geo. W. Wilson's, Main, R. V. 

" John, clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 37 Webster, Br. 
Ritter Samuel, beater out, h. 6 Wilson 
Rival Peter J. heel scourer, h. 3 Cliff 
Rivard Edward, laster, h. 105 Bellevue ave. 
Rivers Grace L. teacher, Hale st. school, b. 9 Carleton av. 
Br. 

" Harry, shoemaker, b. 136 Winter 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 25 Merrimack 
Robbins Fred, shoe cutter, rms. 27 Washington ave. 

" James E. carpenter, h. 21 Merrimac, Br. 

" Mary, widow of William S. h. 6 Summer, Br. 

11 Maud E. bookkeeper, 86 Merrimack, b. 10 Tenth ave. 

" William H. agent, 114 Washington, h. at Somerville 

" William S. shoe cutter, h. 10 Tenth ave. 
Roberge Celine Mrs. h. 2 Little River 

" Ernest P. hairdresser, b. r. 98 Lafayette sq. 

" Ferdinand, carpenter, h. 453 River 

" Leon, shoemaker, rms. 28 Lafayette sq. 
Robert John, shoemaker, h. 64 High 
Roberts Alexander, junk, 199 Essex, h. 64 Broadway 

" Alexander Jr. mngr. 199 Essex, b. 64 Broadway 

" Alexander H. cabinetmaker and bicycles, 8 Court, h.. 
49 Stage 

" Alice, cashier, 76 Merrimack, b. 20 Fifth ave. 

" Benjamin S. agent, 138 Merrimack, h. 11 Eighteenth av.. 

" Charles F. laborer, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" David E. shoemaker, h. 2 Pine, Br. 

" Edward, shoe worker, b. 1 Blossom 

" Edwin P. machinist, h. 3 Arch ave. 

" Elmer E. (Haskell & Roberts) h. 238 Main 

" Emma S. Mrs. stitcher, h. 3 Warren 

" Ernest, shoemaker, rms. 31 Emerson 

" George, shoemaker, h. 119 Lafayette sq. 

" Gilbert, tool sharpener, h. 1 Cross 

" Harry E. night telephoner, 14 How, b. 132 Winter 

" Henry B. shoe finisher, h. 32 Arch 

11 Howard, tel. orJfer. 14 How, b. 11 Eighteenth ave. 

" Isaac, clerk, b. 3 Warren 



NORMAN S. COLE, 2E» S&USZ 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. stop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 558 DIRECTORY 



Roberts Israel N. h. 86 Water [W. H. 

" James F. foreman, r. 14 Lafayette, Br. h. Oxford ave. 

" Jesse W. iceman, h. 25 West 

" John, laborer, h. 1 Blossom 

" John G. shoemaker, h. 64 High 

" John W. shoemaker, h. 29 John 

" Joseph W. Mrs. h. 132 Winter 

" Joshua, shoemaker, b. 1 Blossom 

" Laura E. Mrs. shoe stitcher, h. 3 Shepherd 

" Maria M. widow of Edmund A. h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Mary A. widow of George W. h. Marsh ave. c. Winona 
avenue 

" Nellie M. stitcher, h. 9 Murray ct 

" Olive A. widow of Samuel, h. 138 Cedar 

" Raymond F. shoemaker, h. 9 Arch 

" Robert A. b. 8 Kenoza ave. 

" Sam, laborer, 199 Essex, h. 49 Lafayette sq. 

" True B. skoemaker, h. r. 5 Warren 

" Walter B. junk, h. 20 Grove 

11 William N. foreman, 53 Washington, h. 295 do. 

" William W. city clerk, City Hall, h. 10 Brockton ave. 
Robertson Charles E. shoe cutter, h. 5 Temple 

" George H. hatter, rms. 10 Essex 

" John, salesman, 42 Merrimack 

" Lewis, book agent, h. 45 Hancock 

" Oliver E. heel cutter, rms. 5 Temple 

" William, h. 22 Kenoza ave. 

" William, baker, 24 Main, rms. 17^ Ashland 
Robichau Adolphe J. hat finisher, h. 368 Washington 
Robichaud Paul, shoemaker, b. 65 High 
Robideau John, h. 31 Myrtle 
Robideaux Noe, shoemaker, h. 196 Hilldale ave. 
Robino Michael, shoemaker, h. 56 River 
Robinson Albert, machinist, rms. 12 Essex 

" Albert J. clerk, 58 White, h. 48 Main, Br. 

" Allison H. shoe worker, h. 45 Pleasant, Br. 

" Arthur, farmer, h. 155 Broadway 

* e Bina, widow of John, h. 25 Water 

" Charles, box maker, h. 11 Tenth ave. 

" Charles E, h. Ferry rd. W. H. 

" Charles W. shoe cutter, h. 53 Howard 

4< Charlotte H. widow of Edwin, h. 528 Water 

" Clara L. widow of Lang D. h. 299 Salem, Br. 

" Claretta A. widow of William T. h. Ill Portland 

" Esther M. widow of James T. h. 50 Pleasant, Br. 



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Robinson Forrest I. teller, Merchants Nat. Bank, h. 13 
Vine 

" Frank A. shoe cutter, h. Main, bey. High, Br. 

" Frank B. shoemaker, h. 74 Central, Br. 

" Fred W. janitor, 75 Main, rms. do. 

" Frederick, lineman, 161 Water, h. 18 Lindel 

« George E. h. 99 High 

" George E. shoemaker, h. r. 21 Main 

" George W. h. 57 Main, Br. [ton 

" G. Clement, chiropodist, 104 Merrimack, h. 83 Arling- 

" Herbert R. at 30 Granite, h. 195 Washington 

" Jesse, paper box maker, b. 1 1 Tenth ave. 

" John T. trav. salesman, h. 16 Bellevue ave. 

" Joseph H. h. Hotel Bartlett 

" Joseph W. carpenter, h. 74 Central, Br. 

" Julia Mrs. h. r. 194 Essex 

" Julia A. vamp presser, h. 39 North 

" Lilla B. teacher, at Amesbury, h. 39 North 

" Maria E. Mrs. b. 195 Washington 

" Mary J. widow of Joseph, b. 65 Water 

" Myrtle M. shoe stitcher, b. 6 Bartlett 

" Ralph P. clerk, b. 74 Central, Br. 

" Rebecca D. Mrs. h. 6 Bartlett 

" Robert F. h. 316 Water 

4( Robert J. beater out, h. 180 Groveland 

li Samuel L. farmer, b. Ferry rd, opp. Cross rd. W. H. 

'« Sarah F. Mrs. stitcher, rms. 2 Lawrence «» 

" Selwyn B. fireman, 101 Water, h. 374 do. g 

" Shadrach, farmer, h. 23 N.Broadway **S 

" Thomas H. machinist, h. 65 Kimball, Br. 5^ 

" William Mrs. b. 195 Washington ^^ 

" William P. physician, Broadway, A. V. h. do. — j. 

Robitaille Alfred, shoemaker, b. 182 W r ater ^*j 

" Alphonse, shoemaker, h. 182 Water J^ 

" John, shoemaker, h. 6 Arch pi. 

" Treffle J. cigar mnfr. 17 West, b. 182 Water [Cedar ^ 
Robson Joseph, window trimmer, 42 Merrimack, h. 145 __ Jjj 
Roche Annie P. prin. Wingate school, h. 193 Hilldale av. O > 

" David, farm hand, b. 175 Kenoza [Charles j r 

" David F. overseer, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. house 63 O ^ 

u David G. mason, h. 8 Plummer s ^ 

" Ellen, h. 28 Franklin -q w 

" James, mill hand, b. 92 Locke 2 52 

" James E. provisions, 22 Primrose, h. 63 Charles jjj r 

" John, ins. agent, 91 Merrimack, h. 50 Fifth ave W r 



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Roche John, laborer, h. 83 Main, Br. 
ROCHE JOHN M. contractor, mason and builder, 
20 West, h. 193 Hilldale ave. See page 820 

" John M. Mrs. h. 193 Hilldale ave. 

" Mary A. teacher, J. G. Tilton sch. h. 193 Hilldale ave. 

" Margaret, h. 55 Merrimac, Br. 

" Michael, h. 5 Cedar 

" Michael E. shoe finisher, h. 25 New 

'* Richard J. shoe cutter, b. 5 Cedar [ave. 

" Teresa G. teacher, J. C. Tilton sch. h. 193 Hilldale 

" Thomas J. machine operator, h. 31 Webster, Br. 

" William, shoe cutter, b. 25 Lewis 

" see Roach 
Rocheleau Pierre, laborer, h. 43 Hilldale ave. 
Rock Bottom Shoe Co. (B. B. & T. P. Mitchell) 51 Wash. 

" Esther, widow of John, h. 56 North 

" Joseph Moses, driver, 177 Essex, h. 44 High 

" see Roque 
Rodgers Eunice M. and Mary A. h. 99 Howard 

" see Rogers 
Rodier Aurilie Mrs. h. 341 River 

" Elmer W. clerk, h. r. 229 Essex 

" Joseph N. clerk, 200 Merrimack, h. 56 North 

" Mary C. Mrs. dressmaker, 11 New, h. do. 
Rodigrass George W. foreman, 357 River, h. at Groveland 
Roger Leon J. shoemaker, b. 72 Bellevue ave. 

" Louis, shoemaker, h. 20 Hancock 

" Napoleon Mrs. h. 19 Broadway 

" Olive, widow of Cleophas, h. 19 Broadway 

" Philas, laster, h. 6 Oak terrrace 

" Rodolphe, student, b. 19 Broadway 

" Solyme R. shoe cutter, h. 72 Bellevue ave. 
Rogers Angeline, h. 4 Summit ave. 

" Charles H. salesman, 28 Merrimack, rms. 144 Cedar 

" Daniel W. machinist, h. 10 Belmont ave. 

" Dolly J. widow of Silas A. b. 39 Locke, Br. 

" Fred S. shoemaker, b. 19 Pecker 

" Harry L. motorman, h. 182 Main 

" Harry M. laster, b. 6 Bartlett 

" Henry H. draughtsman, h. 62 Arlington 

" Jacob E. carpenter, r. 55 Main, h. 20 Fifth ave. 

" James M. farmer, h. Boston rd. c. Waldo ct. W. H. 

" John, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington 

" John W. farmer, h. Cross rd. n. W. H. station 

" Joseph H. leather bleacher, h. Railroad ave. Br. 






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Rogers Joseph H. salesman, mis. 104 Portland 

" Julia E. h. 4 Summit ave. 

" Lavinnie, widow, h. 51 Eastern ave. 

" Louis, shoemaker, rms. 16 How 

" Ralph B. carpenter, h. 39 Cedar 

" Randolph K. farmer, h. Neck rd. W. H. 

" Sarah L. widow of David N. h. 12 Henry 

" Sophia S. widow of John F. h. 100 Winter 

" Walter S. b. 19 Pecker 
Rolley Alexander, counter cutter, h. 31 Haseltine, Br. 

" David, shoemaker, h. 44 Kimball, Br. 
Rollins Al mzo B. shoe cutter, h. 77 Broadway 

" Bert, foreman, 12 Phoenix row, b. 3 Park 

" Charles L. h. 88 Race 

" Daniel B. lift currier, h. 77 Broadway 

" Fred A. stock fitter, h. 45 Eastern ave. 

" George S 1 . shoemaker, h. 83 Prospect, Br. 

" James W. shoemaker, h. r. 6 Walnut 

" Thomas H. police, h. 6 Fifth ave. 
Rollo Thomas A. Mrs. h. 96 Main 
Rood Robert B. mngr. 14 How, h. Ill Chestnut 
Rooney J. Edward, laster, h. 4 Garden 
Roper Jesse, dressmaker, 103 Merrimack, b. 2Carleton sq.Br. 
Ropp David E. h. 5 Spring pi. 
Roque Antoine, h. 21 Broadway 

" see Rock 
Rorke Daniel C. express, 65 Summer, b. do. 

" Ellen Mrs. h. 76 Summer 

" James, house 65 Summer 
Rose Ruel H. car conductor, h. 10 Vine 
Rosen David, hat worker, h. 23 Ayer 

" Samuel, h. 41 Ayer 
Rosenberg Louis, mngr. 25 Wash. sq. b. 139 Merrimack 

" Myer (Sundler & Rosenberg) 99 River, rms. 231 do. 
Rosengard Charles, real estate, h. Main, n. Rosemont 

" Eli (The Rosengard Furniture Co.) 171 Merrimack, 
h. 5 Seventh ave. 
ROSENGARD FURNITURE CO. furniture, etc. 
171 and 173 Merrimack. See p. 825 

" Ida Mrs. h. 104^ River 

" Ray, bookkeeper, 171 Merrimack, b. 5 Seventh ave. 

" Tobias (Haverhill Picture Framing Co.) 171 Merrimack, 
h. 5 Seventh ave. 

" Vina, bookkeeper, 171 Merrimack b. 5 Seventh ave. 
Rosenthal Goodman, shoe repairer, 35 River, h. 188 do. 




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Ross Antonio, laborer, h. 153 River 

" Charles, porter, 136 Merrimack, rms. do. 

« Charles O. (E. C. Owen & Co.) 24 Main, Br. h. 57 
Howard 

" C. Melvin, shoemaker, b. 7 South 

" Ella, widow of George, h. 52 Pleasant, Br. 

" Grantley, clerk, 2 Merrimack, b. 52 Pleasant, Br. 

" Harry L. shoemaker, b. J. E. Ross', Fourteenth ave. 

" Howard M. carpenter, h. 2 New, Br. 

" John E. at gas works, h. Fourteenth ave. n. Cedar 

" John H. shoemaker, h. 7 South 
Rossetti Pasquale, shoemaker, h. 55 Ri-ver 
Rossi Frank, laborer, h. 38 River 
Rosso Pezzi, shoemaker, h. 17 Ayer 
Rostron Mary, widow of Edward, b. 23 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Richard, hairdresser, 55 Water, rms. 148 do. 
Rouark Andrew, hatter, h. 209 River 
Rouleau Joseph, shoes, 6 Lafayette sq. h. 12 Federal 
Rousseau Joseph, shoemaker, b. 1 1 Beach 

" Majorique, h. 11 Beach 

" Simeon J. shoemaker, b. 1 1 Beach 
Roussie William, shoemaker, h. 10 Albion 
Rowe Amos M., R. R. fireman, b. 5 Sheldon 

" Charles E. M. shoemaker, h. Amesbury rd. bey. 
Whittier rd. 

" Cora B. clerk, 20 Merrimack, b. 475 Main 

" Fred L. city auditor, City Hall, h. 475 Main 

" George H. laster, h. 29 Eighth ave. 

" George W. shoemaker, 21 Main, h. 93 do. 

" G. W. Mrs. dressmaker, 93 Main, h. do. 

" Harry E. clerk, 97 Cedar, h. il8 do. 

" Henry C. (Rowe & Swett) b. 23 Bartlett 

" Henry S. (Rowe & Emerson) h. 265 Main 

" Jennie D. h. 6 Worthen pi. 

" J. W r esley, farmer, h. 475 Main 

" Oscar W. clerk, h. 4 E^ighth ave. 

" Samuel S. clerk, 58 White, b. 155 Main 

" Sarah M. widow of George W. h. 10 Fifth ave. 

" Warren, carpenter, h. 2 Sheldon 

" Willis, farmer, h. North ave. bey. Gile 

" & Emerson (Flenry S. Rowe and HerveyM. Emerson) 
clothing and furnishings, 68 Merrimack 

" & Swett (Henry C. Rowe and Everett M. Swett) shoe 
mnfrs. 64 Wingate 

" see Rheault 



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Rowell Charles W. cutter, rms. 16 Merrimack 

" Frank, coachman, 6 Lake View ave. b. do. 

" Frank W. shoemaker, h. 51 Spruce 

" George Edward, skiver, b. 51 Spruce 

" Heber M. clerk, 16 Water, rms. 67 Winter 

" John G. foreman, h. 48 Wash ave. 

" [. M. leather remnants, 1 20 Wash. h. 64 Emerson 
Rower Samuel, shoemaker, h. 34 Varnum 
Rowland Joseph P. clerk, 270 River, rms. 83 Emerson 
Rowlatt Thomas R. freight checker, h. 3 Reed 
Roy Edward A. shoe pattern maker, h. Hillside ave. c. 
Albert 

" Napoleon, horse shoer, 1 9 Court, h. 24 Hillside 
Royal Charles W. carpenter, h. 7 Lincoln, Br. 
Rubin Harry, skiver, h. 30 Pilling 
Ruddock Austin E. (T. S. Ruddock & Son) h. 57 Park 

" T. S. & Son (Thomas S. estate and Austin E.) shoe 
mnfrs. 29 and 31 Granite, store 93 Lincoln, Boston 
Ruel Joseph, hairdresser, 7 Bridge, b. 15 Green 
Ruff Alfred, gardener, h. 32 Seventh ave. 

" William H. driver, 16 River, b. 567 Washington 
Rugg William A. (Chesley & Rugg) shoe mnfr. 83 Wash. 

b. 4 Richmond 
Rumery Harry S. bookkeeper, 69 Wash. rms. 112 Emerson 
Rundle Harry W. shoemaker, h. 61 Pleasant, Br. 
Rundlett Avon F. shoemaker, b. 7 Ford 

" Charles S. shoemaker, h. 7 Ford 

" Frank W. shoemaker, b. 7 Ford 
Runnells Abby H. widow of John S. h. 9 Walnut 

" Willis E. farmer, h. Boston rd. n. Andover line, W. H. 
Russ Charles D. farmer, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" Christie P. h. 8 Eleventh ave. 

" Daniel N. shoe cutter, rms. 281 Washington 

" Frank H. real estate, 71 Emerson, h. do. 

" George W. horses, 62 Lowell ave. h. do. 

" Hannibal H. h. 13 Summer, Br. 

" Harley W. foreman, 365 River, h. 60 Broadway 

" John, h. 55 Monroe 

" John, shoemaker, rms. 15 White 

" John \V. (John W. Russ Co.) h. 60 Broadway 

" John W. Co. (John W. and Wilfred W. Russ) shoe 
mnfrs. 365 River 

" Jonathan, cashier, Essex Nat. Bank, h. 26 Westland ter. 

" Josephine A. machine oper. Gazette, b. 19 Franklin 

" Netta O. machine oper. Gazette, b. 19 Franklin 

SSatT H. L TAYLOR &~C0i 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



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Russ Orena J. widow of Nathaniel M. h. 19 Franklin 

" Wilfred W. (John W. Russ Co.) h. 60 Broadway 
Russell Addison, h. 66 Brockton ave. 

" Albert L. shoemaker, b. 19 West 

" Edith E. h. 7 Eleventh ave. 

" George A. carriage smith, h. 87 Fountain 

" George F. heeler, h. 50 How 

" George W. h. 50 Sheridan 

" John M. shoemaker, h. 19 West 

" Joseph, trackman, h. 18 Sheridan [way, A. V. 

" Lizzie F. widow of Albion, b. J. C. Kimball's, Broad- 

" Lucy W. widow of Wallace W. h. 7 Eleventh ave. 

" Nellie L. dressmaker, 1 Arlington, h. do. 

" Percy S. shoemaker, h. 120 High 

" Robert, shoemaker, h. 214 Winter 

" Warner H. shoemaker, h. 17 Ford 

" William P. farmer, h. Hyatt ave. n. Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" William S. salesman, 21 Wash. sq. h. 15 Webster 
Rutkousky Frank, variety store, 116 River, h. do. 
Rutter James G. laborer, h. 35 How 
Ryan Alfonsa C. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 17 Doane, 'Br. 

" Alice, stitcher, rms. 24 Grand 

" Alvin E. heel maker, h. 52 Hancock 

" Annie B. bookkeeper, 10 Main 

" Bridget, widow of James, h. 154 Eighth ave. 

" Celia, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 8 Lewis 

" Charles H. b. 11 Blossom, Br. 

" Charles M, shoemaker, h. 32 Eighth ave. 

" Daniel, laborer, b. 154 Eighth ave. 

" Edward P. trav. salesman, h. 86 Fountain 

" Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. 51 Aytr 

" Henry B. heel cutter, h. 52 Hancock 

" Henry T. police, h. 43 North 

" James, shoe finisher, h. 17 Doane, Br. 

" James E. shoe finisher, h. 68 Hancock 

" James E. shoemaker, h. 276 Main 

" James H. shoe cutter, b. 21 Ayer 

" John, driver, h. 1 Cypress 

" John A. shoe cutter, h. 51 Ayer 

" John B. ball player, h. 8 Grand [22 Pentucket 

" John J. (Pingree & Ryan) lawyer, 163 Merrimack, h. 

" John P. shoemaker, h. Pilgrim rd. c. Arthur 

" John W. shoe cutter, b. 17 Doane, Br. 

" Joseph, shipper, b. 8 Lewis 

" Joseph U. box maker, b. 1 1 Blossom, Br. 



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Ryan Leo J. shoe finisher, b. 17 Doane, Br. 

" Malachi, b. 20 Burke 

" Martin, shoemaker, rms. 157 Winter 

" Mary E. bakery, 185 Elm, Br. h. 11 Blossom, do. 

" Mary E. nurse, b. 17 Doane, Br. 

" Matthew, hatter, h. 21 Ayer 

" Matthew, sole cutter, h. 16 Norfolk 

" Michael, hatter, h. 20 Burke 

" Michael F. shoe relaster, b. 21 Ayer 

" Michael M. J. buyer, 42 Merrimack, h. 18 Byron, Br. 

" Patrick, h. 8 Lewis 

" Patrick, laborer, h. r. 23 John 

" Stephen J. musician, b. 20 Burke 

" William, shoemaker, b. 154 Eighth ave. 

" William E. salesman, h. 12 John Ward ave. 
Ryder William H. driver, Murray Bros. Co. b. 12 School 

SABIN DAVID, shoemaker, h. 43 Green 
Sabine St. Clair, shoe shaver, h. 136 Main 
Sadowitz Meyer, dry goods, 104 River, h. do. 
Safford William E. shoe cutter, bds. 3 Orchard 
Saffran Abraham, h. 13 South 
Sahakian Kevork, laster, rms. 82 High 
Saibel Robert (Saibel & Cramer) tailor, 103 Merrimack, 
rms. 15 Temple 

" & Cramer (Robert Saibel and Hyman Cramer) tailors, 

103 Merrimack Apple 

St. Germain Nelson, blacksmith, 160 Lafayette sq. h. 7 

" Philip, shoemaker, h. 36 Hall 
St. Hilaire William G. shoemaker, h. 37 Warren, Br. 
St. Jean Adelard, hairdresser, 166 Merrimack, h. 16 

Hillside 
St. Lawrence John, shoemaker, h. 245 Essex 

" John Jr. shoemaker, h. 5 Hillside pi. 

" see Lawrence 
St. Onge Arthur R. salesman, 62 Merrimack, b. D. H. 
Houle's, Altamont 

" Luger, shoemaker, b. 12 Duncan 

" Peter, shoemaker, b. 245 Essex 

" Raphael, clerk, h. 12 Duncan 
St. Pierre Arthur, laster, h. r. 109 Lafayette sq. 

" Calix Fred, clerk, b. 95 Grove 

" Francios, plasterer, h. 95 Grove 
Salkins Susan, widow of Thomas, b. 71 White 

" William L. clerk, 58 White, h. 33 Howard 

Q nni T? CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

13. UUJjL, milling and general repairing 

Odd Sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 366 DIRECTORY 



Salmond Charles B. Mrs. h. 5 Pilling 

Salter Richard H. printer, Gazette, rms. 16 White 

" Sarah V. widow of Thomas, h. 34 Kent 
SALTMARSH AARON H. concrete paver, and 

asphalt worker, 24 Arch, h. do. See page 818 
Sam Lee, laundry, 54 Locust, h. do. 

" Sing, laundry, 215 Washington, rms. do. 
Samoisette Arsene, shoemaker, h. 49 Hilldale ave. 

" John, shoemaker, h. 12 Federal 
Sampson Charles I. wireman, 161 Water, rms. 25 Chestnut 

" John E. piano tuner, h. 1 Crown pi. 
Samuels Fred, mill hand, rms. 235 Essex 
Sanborn Annie, widow of Levi C. h. 9 Fourth ave. 

" Fred R. car conductor, h. 39 Fourth ave. 

" Jennie P. stitching, 54 Washington, h. 176 Main 

" John H. h. 23 Newcomb 

" Josephine L. teacher, High school, b. 86 Arlington 

" J. Frank, rms. 15 Temple 

" Moses H. teamster, h. 1 Chadwick, Br. 

" William B. jantor, Currier school, h. 281 Washington 
Sanders Clyde R. supt. 63 Fleet, h. 29 Moore [Lake 

" Edward H. Jr. carpenter, h. off N. Broadway, bey. 

" Ella B. h. 1 Central ■ 

" Thomas, pres. Vermont Live Stock Co. h. Birchbrow, 

Belvidere road 
Sanderson Abbie S. widow of George W. b. O. A. Martins', 
Commonwealth ave. 

" Charles, shoemaker, b. 12 Greenville 

" George, door tender, 3 Essex 

" George, shoemaker, b. 12 Greenville 
Sanella Liberto, h. 15 South 
Sanford George F. farmer, h. 429 E. Broadway 

" Ida L. Mrs. shoe worker, h. 1 Temple pi. 
Sansoucie Georgianna, widow of Peter Jr. (Sansoucie & 
Richard) h. 67 High 

" Nazaire, shoemaker, b. 7 Hillside 

" Peter, h. 7 Hillside 

" William L. clerk, 236 Essex, h. 5 Hillside pi. 

" & Richard (Mrs. Georgianna Sansoucie and Alfred 
Richard) groceries and provisions, 236 and 238 Essex 
Santornarrimo Guglilmo, puller over, h. 217 Washington 
Santry Dennis, shoemaker, h. 73 Sixth ave. 

" Etta F. clerk, 20 Merrimack, b. 7 Cottage 

" Fredrick J. clerk, 86 Merrimack, h. 7 Cottage 

" George, shoemaker, b. 73 Sixth ave. 






HAVERHILL '661 DIRECTORY 



Santry Jemmia, widow, h. 7 Cottage 

" John, mason, h. 73 Sixth ave. 

" John Jr. shoemaker, b. 73 Sixth ave. 

" Michael H. shoemaker, b. 73 Sixth ave. 
Sanville Albert J. shoemaker, h. 143 River 

" Alcede J. hatter, h. 356b Washington 

" Manuel, shoemaker, 61 Washington, h. 145 River 

" Varris J. stock fitter, h. 11 Ford 
Sapareto Rocco, bootblack, 207 Washington, h. 263 do. 
Sargent Adeline D. widow of Elijah B. h. 266 Mill [Br. 

" Albert H. clerk, 106 Merrimack, h. 15 Kingsbury ave. 

" Alfred M. real estate, 174 Merrimack, h. 21 Pentucket 

" Alice R. paper box maker, rms. 34 Grand 

" Alvah L. motorman, h. 19 Webster 

" Amos A. pres. Hav. Ice Co. 7 Emerson, h. 10 Summer 

" Annie M. h. 266 Mill 

" Arthur C. foreman, C. H. Cox, h. 7 Park ave. Br. 

" Benjamin A. foreman, h. 19 Prospect, Br. 

" Charles B. Jr..h. Rosemont, n. Oliver %^ 

SARGENT CHARLES E. roofing, 5 Pleasant and O 

r. 32 Main, Br. h. W T illow. See opp. page 54 C3 

" Charles F. shoemaker, b. 13 Carleton pi. ^C 

" Charles H. machine oper. rms. 95 Emerson mb 

" Edgar E. shoemaker, rms. 29 Washington ave. SB 

" Edmund B. Christian Scientist, b. 2 1 Windsor ^ m ^ 

" Edward, farm hand, 262 Lowell ave. b. do, JjJ 

" Edwin F. letter carrier, b. 13 Carleton pi. ^^ 

" Ella A. h. 26 Merrimack 

" Emma F. widow of Edmund B. Crystal ct. A. V. 

" Ernest D. brusher, b. 20 Jefferson 

" Frances, widow of Numa, b. 18 Stage [tow rd. 

" Frank E. beater out, b. Mrs. E. J. Greenleafs, Plais- 

" Fred G. clerk, 260 River, h. 4 Chadwick, Br. ^ 

" Fred H. shoe cleaner, h. 38 Arch C p| 

" George M. soles, etc. 7 Potter pi. h. 3 Merrill Z 

" George W. painter, h. 171 Water 

" George W. shoe cutter, h. 8 Porter 

" Gilbert G. molder, 10 Pleasant, h. 28 Locke, Br. ~P 

" Hannah J. h. 94 Portland [ton pi. h. do. g 2 

11 Harriet M. widow of Edwin C. dressmaker, 13 Carle- pO 

" Hazen H. shoe worker, b. 236 Washington O"" 

" Henry, edge setter, rms. 13 Carleton pi. 

" Herbert, shoe worker, b. 16 Baldwin 

" Horace M. lawyer and clerk, central district court, City 
Hall, h. 9 Lincoln 



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Sargeni Howard L. fireman, h. 37 Portland 

" Ives G., McKay stitcher, h. 36 Warren, Br. 

" Jennie M. h. 76 Merrimac, Br. 

" John F. clerk, 38 Fleet, h. 60 White 

" John R. shoemaker, h. 6 W T alnut 

" J. Horace, heel maker, h. Ferry rd. n. Cross rd. W. H. 

" Lena E. widow, h. 236 Washington 

" Leonard A. shoemaker, h. 20 Jefferson 

" Lorenzo D. apothecary, Elm, c. Blossom, Br. h. 8 do. 

" Lucius H. mngr. r. 262 Winter, h. 19 Dudley 

" Lucy A. widow of Lorenzo, h. 8 Porter 

" LydiaJ. widow of Robert B. h. 19 Dudley 

" Mabel, widow of Fred, h. 55 Groveland 

" Margaret A. widow of Albert M. h. 66 How 

" Margaret A. widow of Amos B. lodging house, 31 Oak 

" Moses O. painter, h. 31 Kenoza ave. 

" Nellie, h. 21 Pentucket 

" ( )nn L. mason, h. 99 Hilldale ave. 

" Osgood, shoemaker, h. Plaistow rd. 

" Robert P. laborer, h. 227 Winter 

" Rufus H. engineer, h. 1 Park 

" Sarah, widow of George W. h. 20 Shepherd 

" Sarah J. widow of Caleb, b, 19 Webster 

" Sophia, h. 70 Main 

" Thomas W. shoe cutter, h. 20 Charles 

" Walter, shoemaker, h. r. 184 Winter 

" William, h. 7 Orchard 

" William A. shoe cutter, b. 76 Merrimac, Br. 

" William H. edge trimmer, h. Rosemont 

" William I. laster, h. 21 Central, Br. 

" , h. 123 Elm, Br. . 

Sarkisian Garabad, boarding house, 124 Essex 
Sarness George K. foreman, 356 River, h. 6 Marble 

" Paul, laster, h. 14 Duncan 

SATURDAY EVENING CRITERION (THE) 

The Criterion Press, publishers, 4 Main- See p. 345 

Saubilman Israel, rags, h. 136 River [Primrose 

Saucier Joseph N. furniture repairer, 30 Wash. sq. h. 177 

" Joseph N. Jr. driver, 30 Wash. sq. b. 177 Primrose 
Saullenas Frank, grocer and pool, 103 River, h. do. 
Saulnier F. Edward (Marin & Co.) h. 25 Blaisdell 

" John, driver, h. 67 Webster 

" Renie, driver, b. 65 High 

" Reni, driver, b. 67 Webster 

" Vincent, teamster, h. 245 Essex 



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Saulnier William, shoemaker, b. 65 High 

Saunders Charles E. foreman, r. 14 Lafayette, Br. h. 16 do. 

" C L. prop. The New Phoenix, 11 to 15 How, h. do. 

" H. Chester, clerk, 1 Wash. sq. b. 16 Lafayette, Br. 

" William H. driver, h. 12 School 

" see Sanders 
Sauriol Adeline, widow, b. 20 Spruce 

" Celenie, widow of Felix, h. 12 Eastern ave. 
SAVAGE EDWARD B. attorney-at-law, 81 Merri- 
mack, rm. 7, h. 4 Hamilton ave. See page 804 

" Edward H. clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 4 Hamilton ave. 

" George A. trav. salesman, b. 4 Hamilton ave. 

" Louis D. supt. almshouse, 61 Brown, h. do. 

" Margaret A. matron, almshouse, 61 Brown, h. do. 

" Walter A. h. 146 Main, Br. 

" William A. foreman, 30 Wingate, h. 3 Charles 

" William A. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 4 Hamilton ave. 
Savage William A. Jr. b. 3 Charles 
Savels G. Perry, last mnfr. 32 Wash. h. 6 Hamilton ave. 

" Harry P. last scourer, b. 6 Hamilton ave. 
SAVIGNAC CHARLES, brick mnfr. Rosemont, n. 

Main, h. do. See page 819 
Savoie Alcide, shoemaker, h. 1 7 High 
Savory Benjamin, teamster, h. 17 Lafayette, Br. 
Sawtell) Joseph H. h. 1 Temple 
Sawyer Abby, widow of William H. h. 100 Main 

" Albert L. water inspector, 14 Court, h. 99 Emerson 

" Amos, harness mnfr. 11 Court, h. 46 Fountain 

" Arthur C. shoe cutter, h. 57 Colby, Br. 

" A. W. Mrs. nurse, h. 188 Groveland [ant, Br. 

" Benjamin A. pension agt. 174 Merrimack, h. 20 Pleas- 

" Charles E. lawyer, 103 Merrimack, rms. 7 and 9, h. 25 
Hamilton ave. 

<i Corydon, box maker, rms. 15 Groveland 

" Edgar H. clerk, 108 Merrimack, h. 46 Fountain 

{' Edward G. shoemaker, h. 188 Groveland 

< k Ellen G. widow of Nowell F. h. 35 Pleasant, Br. 

" Frank H. (Sawyer & Dean) h. 82 Portland 

A< Fred O. steam fitter, 41 Locust, rms. Central Fire sta- 

" Gayton P. shoe stitcher, h. 9 Hancock 

" George E. student, b. J. B. Sawyer's, Salem, Br. 

" Georgianna, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 35 Pleasant, Br. 

" Grace M. teacher, Currier school, b. 11 Tremont 




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HAVERHILL 370 DIRECTORY 



H. R. SAWYER, 

BICYCLES, BICYCLE REPAIRING AND 
GENERAL MACHINE WORK. 

STEAM, HOT WATER AND CAS PIPING. 

SHEET METAL WORK. 

SOLE MANUFACTURER 

SAWYER HOT WATER HEATER and AUTOMATIC DAMPER REGULATOR 

Telephone Connection. 18 FLEET STREET. 



SAWYER HERBERT R. bicycles, 18 Fleet, b. 
35 Pleasant, Br. See above 
" Ira O. house 11 Tremont 

" James B. farmer, h. Salem, bey. Groveland rd. Br. 
" Laura S. bookkeeper, 62 Merrimack, h. at Groveland 
" Lewis Alberto, heel shaver, h. 33 Cedar 
" Lewis W. foreman, 67 Wash. h. 29 Pleasant, Br. 
" Mary F., Christian Scientist, 35 Pleasant, Br. h. do. 
" Mary L. dressmaker, 82 Portland, h. do. 
" Mary W. widow of Richard, b. 35 Pleasant, Br. 
" Moses S. shoe cutter, h. 224 Main, Br. 
" Nathaniel, h. 42 Fountain [Br., 

" Wallace L. bicycle repairer, 18 Fleet, b. 35 Pleasant 
" Willard S. electrician, h. 3 Davis pi. 
" William Mrs. h. 100 Main 
" William H. grocer, and clerk in charge, E. Hav. sta. 

Main, n. River rd. h. n. do. 
" William L. brakeman, h. 5 High, Bi. 
SAWYER & DEAN (Frank H. Sawyer and George 
A. Dean) plumbers and piping, 41 Locust. See 
page 807 
SAYWARD JOHN H. hardware, cutlery and 
fishing tackle, 21 and 23 Washington,h.38 Highland 
ave. See page 801) 
"• Walter F. prin. Cogswell school, h. 8 Greenleaf, Br. 
Scalise Joseph, laborer, h. r. 241 Essex [Jasper 

Scamman Llewellyn A. shoe cutter, h. Winona ave. n. 
Scanlan A. B. soles, taps, etc. 26 Sanders pi. bds. 98% 
Merrimack 
" Herbert L. shoemaker, h. 85 Linwood 



HAVERHILL 371 DIRECTORY 



Scanlan Thomas J. mngr. 26 Sanders pi. h. 98^ Merrf 
mack 

" William, laborer, h. 135 Hilldale ave. 
Scannell Charles H. shoemaker, h. 208 Winter 

" James F. hatter, h. 23 Burke 

" Peter, h. 208 Winter 

" Thomas J. clerk, b. 208 Winter 
Scates George W. bookkeeper, h. 53 Stage 

" Helen A. h. 53 Stage 

" Isabel A. prin. School st. school, b. 53 Stage 

" Tohn G. h. 57 Main, Br. [Eighth ave. 

" Louis M. agent, B. & S. Workers Union, 31 Wash. h. 14 
Schaeffer Joseph, cook, h. 5 Avon pi. 

" Morris, peddler, h. 34 Hancock 
Schaffmeister Nathan, shoemaker, h. 39 Vaughan 
Schagen Albert I. carpenter, h. 89 Grove 

" Ross H. shoemaker, h. Amesbury rd. n. Lover's lane 

" William J. carpenter, h. 131 High 
Schencks Abraham, hostler, h. 4 Travers 
Schiavoni G. bootblack, 4 Emerson, b. 23 West [ter. 

Schiller Napoleon, hairdresser, 31 Lafayette sq. h. 25 Oak 
Schlafman David, shoemaker, h. 6 Wilson 

" Joseph, teacher, 161 River, h. 163 do. 
Schleich Efo, brewer, h. 19 Ferry, Br. 
Schlenker Christian, shoemaker, h. 10 Lindel 

" John C. shoemaker, b. 10 Lindel 
Schrappacassa Antonio, painter, h. 60 River 
Schwartz George, shoemaker, h. 175 Lowell ave. 

" Jake S. ladies' tailor, 102 River, h. do. 
Schwarz William R. teacher of German, Cramm school of 

Music and Oratory, h. at Cambridge 
Schworer Louis, shoemaker, h. 17 Hazeltine Br. 
Sckena Angelo, shoemaker, h. 224 Washington 
Scott Alfred, shoemaker, h. 33 North 

" Clayton R. horse trainer, h. 22 Swasey 

" Ernest, heel shaver, h. 3 Lincoln 

" Walter, shoemaker, b. 33 North 

" William H. shoemaker, h. 79 N. Broadway 
Scribner David, h. 7 Lincoln 

" Edward L. sole leather sorter, h. 223 Main, Br. 

" Everett W. shoe finisher, h. Newark, c. Crawford 

" John A. beater out, h. Amesbury rd. n. the schoolhouse 

" Katherine B. teacher, T. E. Burnham school, b. 7 
Lincoln 

" Llewellyn F. shoe worker, h. 4 Washington ave. 

caSK H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 "Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 372 DIRECTORY 



Soribner Perry, farm hand, b. 17 Orchard 

" Philip, cook, 24 Main, h. 101 Keeley 
Scriven Thomas W. shoe cutter, h. 14 Doane, Br. 
Scruton Warren, cle.k, rms. 18 Emerson 
Scrymgeour John K. shoe cutter, h. 16 Pentucket 

" Nora B. Mrs. dressmaker, 16 Pentucket, h. do. 
Sculley John J. shoemaker, h. 25 Eighth ave. 

" Margaret, widow of John, h. 25 Eighth ave. 

" Thomas D. shoemaker, h. 25 Eighth ave. 
Seale Adolphus, clerk, b. 7 Carleton, Br. 

" Thomas, waiter, 191 Merrimack, rms. 26 How 
Seaman Edward J. salesman, h. 10 Spring pi. 

" Wilfred C. shoemaker, h. 4 Ford 
Searl Albert, shoemaker, h. 108 Cedar 

" Bertie, shoe packer, h. 4 Dexter 

" Francis, shoe cutter, b. 108 Cedar 

" Jennie, widow of William H. h. 4*^ Dexter 

" William H. shoe cutter, b. 20 How 
Searle Carroll, painter, h. 12 Carleton pi. 
Searles Charles W. loborer, h. 7 Walnut 
Sears William Mrs. lodging house, 17 Merrimack 

" William H. Jr. pattern maker, h. 6 Emerson 

" see Cyr 
Seaver Stephen T. (Simonds & Seaver) shoe mnfr. 74 
Wingate, h. 41 Greenville 

" William VV. stable foreman, 24 Locust, rms. do. 
Seaverns Charles E. clerk, Lennox & Briggs, b. 45 Vestry 
SEAVEY BROS. (George E. and Clarence H.) 
bicycles, 50 Emerson. See back cover 

" Clarence H. (Seavey Bros.) h. Cross rd. n. W. H. sta. 

" George E. (Seavey Bros.) h. 1 Ashworth ter. 
Seaward Charles E. shoemaker, h. 41 Linwood 
Second National Bank, 35 Washington 
Sederquist Arvid L. choreman, h. 36 Eastern ave. 

" Hannah Mrs. h. 13 Eastern ave. 
Segal Harry, rags, h. 44 River 

11 Samuel, rabbi, Jewish synagogue, h. 109 River 

" see Sigel 
Seguin Exior George, laster, h. 58 Arch 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 35 High 
Seibel Alexander P. shoemaker, h. Newton rd. n. Gile 

" Carolina L. laundress, h. 157 Main 

" Charles, shoemaker, b. r. 157 Main 

" Edward G. shoemaker, h. 10 Grove, Br. 

11 Joseph, shoemaker, b. r. 157 Main 



HAVERHILL 373 DIRECTORY 



Seibel Louis, shoemaker, h. 5 Lawrence 

" William, helper, r. 22 Main 

" William, shoemaker, b. r. 157 Main 
Seller Henry, paper hanger, rms. 66 Emerson 
Sellers William, dentist, 49 Portland, h. do. 
Senate (The) 12 Court 
Senecal Honore, carpenter, h. 345 River 

" Ovilla, shoemaker, b. 345 River 

" Wilfred, foreman, b. 345 River 
Senneville A. George A. student, b. 1 1 Edwin 

" John, shoe trimmer, h. 11 Edwin 
Senno Amelio, h. 85 River 

" Felice, painter, h. 7 Wilson 
Senter Allen S. laster, h. 46 Greenville 

" Charles H. shoemaker, h. 24 Sixth ave. 

" Charles W. printer, 112 Wash. b. 12 Eighth ave. 

" Clarence I. printer, 112 Wash. b. 12 Eighth ave. 

" Edward, laster, h. 39 Greenville 

" Frank B. carpenter, h. 51 Arch 

" George W. laster, h. 12 Eighth ave. 

" Herbert F. shoemaker, h. 147 Elm, Br. 

" Lizzie, Mrs. h. 33 Merrimac, Br. 

" Ned F. real estate, 72 Merrimack, h. 53 Highland ave. 

" Oscar, shoemaker, h. 4 Arlington 
Serapian Nazaret, morocco worker, h. 9 High 
Severance Arthur N. shoemaker, h. 59 Sixth ave. 

" Daniel L. foreman, 24 Essex, rms. 1 White 
Sevetnich Samuel, shoemaker, h. 20 Varnum 
Sevigney Philip, clerk, 30 Lafayette sq. h. 10 Hillside 
Seward Edgar S. baker, 145 Merrimack, h. 366 Wash. 
Sewell Christopher, stock fitter, h. 32 Mechanic 
Sexton M. J. h. 43 Curtis 
Shackley Charles W. h. 2 Elm pi. 

" William H. carpenter, h. 17 Kenoza ave. 
Shady Boynton, clerk, 5 Locust 
Shahan Ellen, Mrs h. 402 Washington 
Shanahan John T. mill hand, h. 40 Lindel 

" Timothy E. (Costello & Shanahan) undertakers, 210 
Winter, rms. 212 do. 
Shankle Stedman A. car repairer, h. 33 Wash. ave. 
Shanklin Benjamin M. clerk, 62 Merrimack, rms. 4 Cedar 
Shannon Charles W. bricklayer, h. 124 Emerson 

" Edgar F. (Wescott & Shannon) h. Howard 

" Elwood L. captain of night watch, h. 20 Newcomb 

" Ernest C. clerk, 200 Merrimack, h. 30 Lawrence 



NMAN S. COLE, 



PAINTING, PAPER HANGING 
9 =:AND WHITENING.= 

Residence, 4 Kimball Street. Shop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 374 DIRECTORY 



Shannon Fred P. shoemaker, h. 189 Merrimack 

" Henry M. shoe contractor, r. 22 Phoenix row, h. 212 
Merrimack 
Shano Alfonse, h. 226 Washington 
Shapiro Abram, shoe worker, h. 189 River 

" Sam, shoemaker, b. 4 Currier pi. 
Shapleigh Charles, carpenter, 12 Grand, h. do. 
Sharon Mary, widow of Wilfred L. h. 19 AVater 
Sharpies Frank H. shoemaker, h. Rocks rd. Nicholsville 

" John H. shoemaker, h. Main, n. River rd. R. V. 

" William B. shoemaker, rms. 195 Washington 
Shatswell Ellen J. Mrs. h. N. Main, n. N. H. line 
Shattuck Albert W. trav. salesman, b. Eagle House 

" Algernon L. confectioner, and bicycles, 27 Merrimack, 
h. 39 Nichols [do. 

" E. J. Mrs. matron, Haverhill Emergency Hospital, b. 

" Jacob, b. Kendall Shattuck's 

" Josephine, h. Elliot, n. Amesbury rd. 

" Kendall, farmer and milk, h. Elliot, n. Amesbury rd. 

" Luther P. b. K. Shattuck's, Elliot 

" Mary L. h. Elliot, n. Amesbury rd. 
Shaub Max, hat worker, hi. 231 River 

" Samuel, cigarette mnfr. 119 River, h. do. 
Shaw Annie, Mrs. h. 222 Winter 

" Edward J', shoe cutter, b. 1 Kimball 

" G. Perry S. shoemaker, h. 91 Main, Br. 

" Hannah, widow of David., h. 28 Elm 

" John, laborer, b. 13 Lancaster 

" John, shoemaker, b. 222 Winter 

" Lorenzo C. shoemaker, h. 90 Linwood 

" Louisa, widow of Frank A. h. 30 Currier ave. 

" Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. 1 Kimball 

" Mary O. widow, b. 67 Pecker 

" Melville, machine oper. rms. 61 Emerson [Fountain 

■' Robert, restaurant, 8 Essex, and liquors, 6 do. h. 120 

" William, sorter, rms. 61 Emerson 

" William H. carpenter, rms. 17 Vine [Merrill's ct. 

Shea Andrew J. sole cutter, rms. Mrs. A. E. Campbell's, 

" Charles, shipper, 76 Merrimack, h. at S. Groveland 

" Daniel, shoe cutter, b. Patrick Shea's, Crystal 

" Florence W. shoemaker, h. 14 York 

" John, clerk, b. 19 How 

" John C. shoemaker, b. 27 North [bury rd, 

" John E. fireman, H. W. W. pumping station, h. Ames- 

u John F. edge cutter, h. 54 Bellevue ave. 



HAVERHILL 375 DIRECTORY 



Shea John H. shoemaker, h. 6 Brooks, Br. 

" John J. heel maker, h. 26 Dexter 

" John P. clerk, 143 Merrimack, b. 14 York 

" Joseph W. clerk, 85 Merrimack, b. 14 York 

*' Lydia, collector, 19 Essex, b. 23 Pleasant 

" Margaret, clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. 53 Main 

" Mary, widow of Timothy, h. 9 Lancaster 

*' Mary PL bookkeeper, 42 Merrimack, b. 27 North 

" Michael, teamster, 218 River, h. 220 do. 

" Michael, shoemaker, h. 27 North 

" Neil H. clerk, 137 Merrimack, h. 86 Locust 

" Patrick, farmer, h. Crystal, Ayers Village 

" Roger, salesman, 42 Merrimack 

" Timothy, coachman, 80 Main, h. 39 Portland 

" Timothy H. shoe cutter, h. 23 Pleasant 

" see O'Shea 
Shearman Sam, shoemaker, h. 93 River 
Shedd Daniel F. com. salesman, h. 76 Lake View ave 

" Fred F. editor, Gazette, h. 74 Lake View ave. 

" Jonathan M. heel mnfr. 42 Oak, b. 7 West 

" Marion, machine operator, b. 74 Lake View ave. 

" Silas M. driver, Beach Soap Co. h. 7 West 

" William E. clerk, 52 Winter, h. 28 North 
Sheehan Anne, clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. at Merrimac Z^f 

" Cornelius, shoe laster, h. 1 6 Beacon 

" Cornelius J. leather roller, h. 37 Curtis S§ 

" Daniel, shoe cutter, b. 1 1 1 Franklin J™J 

" Dennis, coachman, 107 Winter, rms. do. ^™ 

" Fannie, clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. at Merrimac gm 

" Frank C. shoe nailer, h. 18 Beacon ^^ 

" James, plasterer, b. Ill Franklin ■ 

" Jeremiah, laborer, h. 119 Primrose 

" John, teamster, rms. 212 Winter l» 

" John, shoe cutter, b. 1 1 1 Franklin £j 2 

" John, shoe cutter, h. 69 Washington ave. p pi 

" John J. laborer, h. 79 Fifth ave 

" John T. fireman, h. 9 Norfolk 



•H 



Margaret, widow of William, h. Ill Franklin > 35 



Mary, widow of John, h. 40 North 



70 PI 

" Mary C. clerk, r. 106 Merrimack, b. 40 North - -f 

" Patrick J. marble cutter, h. 25 Dudley * -^ 

" Robert F. shoe cutter, h. 18 Florence ave. x<0 

" Roger, plasterer, h. 2 Driscoll m C 

" William J. clerk, 56 Merrimack, h. at S. Groveland HJ ^J 

Sheehy Agatha Mrs. h. 16 Green > |t| 

m O 



HAVERHILL 376 DIRECTORY 



Sheeran William F. relaster, h. 8 Arch ave. 
Sheldon Harriet L. h. 60 White 

" James F. h. 6 William 

" Jennie C. Mrs. h. 2 Walnut 

" Joseph H. office, 3 Bridge, h. 108 Main 
Shepard Harry, coachman, 52 Lake View ave. rms. do. 

" Lizzie A. widow of John F. h. 61 Auburn 

" , h. 37 Washington ave. 

Sherburne Benjamin F. car inspector, h. 21 Cedar 

" Dora, bookkeeper, 8 Bachelder, h. 21 Cedar 

" Howard, R. R. fireman, h. 123^ Elm, Br. 

" Melvin J. asst. agent, 108 Washington, h. 268 do. 
Sheridan Albert K. foreman, 50 Wingate, b. 117 Emerson 

" Bros. (Charles F. and George P.) shoe mnfrs. 50 
Wingate 

" Charles F. (Sheridan Bros.) b. 53 Main [ave- 

" Christopher, foreman, Gilman Hat Co. rms. 15 Wash. 

" Edwin A. bookkeeper, 53 Wash. b. 117 Emerson 

" George P. (Sheridan Bros.) h. 273 Washington 

" Margaret E. bookkeeper, B. F. Leighton & Co. b. at 
Merrimac 

" Mary B. Mrs. fitter, 76 Merrimack, h. at Merrimac 
Sherman Abbie J. Mrs. h. 128 Main 

" Anson M. shoemaker, h. 15 Munroe 

" Everett B. hat maker, 17 Emerson, h. 35 White 

" Frank H. shoemaker, h. 139 Cedar 

" Smith L. h. 49 Salem, Br. 

" William H. hairdresser, 10 Winter, rms. 132 do. 
Sherry Frank, hairdresser, 3 Monument sq. h. 11 Charles 

" Fred T. dentist, 14 Main, rms. do. 
Sherwood George W. marble polisher, h. 35 Stage 

" John, shoe burnisher, h. 2 Mill 

" John J. mason, h. 16 Green 

" Sarah L. widow of Silas B. J). 5 Kimball, Br. 
Shevenell John E. beater out, h. 1 Thorndike 

" Louis, stone cutter, b. 1 Thorndike 

" Louis N. Mrs. dressmaker, 1 Thorndike, h. do. 

" Louis N. shoemaker, h. 1 Thorndike 

" William Mrs. h. 1 1 Thorndike 
Shiel Robert E., McKay stitcher, b. 24 Spruce 
Shields Ann Mrs. h. 30 Hilldale ave. 
Shinburn Sam, hat worker, b. 41 Ayer 
Shiney Joseph A. painter, h. 10 Chestnut, Br. 
Shing L. C.& Co. laundry, 121 Winter 
Shinnick William E. pres. 88 Wash rms. 5 Washington 



HAVERHILL 377 DIRECTORY 



Sholtz Fred, shoemaker, b. 14 Coffin ave. 

Shores Clara M. A. widow of Joseph A. h. 69 Auburn 

Short Alexander L. farmer, h. Neck rd. W. H. 

" Clarence E. clerk, 27 Railroad sq. b. 26 Lindel 

" Chester P. b. 26 Lindel 

" Daniel S. salesman, h. 44 Highland ave. 

" Earl B. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, b. 44 Highland av. 

" Eleazer M. heel cutter, b. 23 Eastern ave. 

" George, clerk, b. 38 Blossom, Br. 

" Harry H. shoemaker, b. 38 Blossom, Br. 

" Hattie P. h. 23 Eastern ave. 

" Henry O. box maker, h. Eudora, n. Hilldale ave. 

" Joseph M. (Joseph M. Short &Co.) 174 Merrimack, 
h. 38 Blossom, Br. 
SHORT JOSEPH M. & CO. (Joseph M. Short) 
merchant tailors, 1 74 Merrimack. See page 

" Maud, widow of Murray, nurse, Hale hospital, b. do. 

" Peter, shoemaker, h. 33 Hillside 

" Rachael, widow of Louis N. h. 38 Blossom, Br. 

" Rose S. bookkeeper, r. 22 Duncan, b. 44 Highland av. 

" Thomas R. h. 171 Boardman 
Shreenan Sarah, box maker, h. 55 How 
Shufelt David Leon, shoemaker, h. 8 Currier pi. 
Shugrue Freeman, laborer, h. 63 Franklin 

" John, h. 3 Stewart [Elm, do. 

" Mary, bookkeeper, M. H. Shugrue's, Elm, Brfbds. 186 

" Michael, clerk, b. 186 Elm, Br. 

" Michael H. grocer, Elm, n. Blossom, Br. h. 186 Elm, do. 
Shute Alfred Wm. heel cutter, h. 2 South 

" Arthur, laborer, b. 97 Water 

'« Benjamin K night clerk, ^Etna House, rms. do. 

" Caroline E. widow of Alonzo, h. 32 Nichols 

" Charles E. bar tender, 46 Main, h. 44 Fourth ave. 

" Howard R. foreman, 30 Wingate, h. 4 Vestry 

" Jasper B. bottler, 38 Fleet, b. ^Etna House 

" John W. police, h. 38 Race 

" Joseph W. shoemaker, h. 43 Moore 

" Maud B. Mrs. h. 15 Vestry 

" Nellie Mrs. clerk, 42 Merrimack, h. 44 Fourth ave. 
Sibley A. Willard, letter carrier, h. 14 Observatory ave. 

" A. W. Rev. h. 14 Observatory ave. 
Sibulkin Max, shoemaker, h. 51 Varnum 

" Morris, shoemaker, h. 32 Varnum 
Sicard Henry, shoemaker, h. 27 Arch ave. 
Siddons William H. shoe cutter, h. 59 Webster 




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HAVERHILL 378 DIRECTORY 



Sigel Morris, junk, 20 River, h. 20 Varnum 

" see Segal 
Silberg Max, hat worker, h. 4 Garfield 

" Simon, puller over, h. 37 Pilling 
Silk Patrick, laborer, b. 13 Seventh ave. 
Silloway Charlotte A. widow of Luther, h. 18 Hancock 
Silsby Edward, farmer, h. 436 Salem, Br. 

" Joshua Mrs. h. 41 Fifth ave. 
Silver Clarence W. clerk, Lennox & Briggs, b. at Lawrence 
Silverman Barney, butcher, h. 36 Varnum 

" Simon, rags, h. 53 Jackson 
Simard Arthur, shoemaker, h. 22 Kimball, Br. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 40 Main, Br. 
Simas Charles, clerk, 140 Washington, b. 209 Main 

" James B. (J. B. Simas & Co.) h. 209 Main [White 

" J. B. & Co. (James B. Simas) apothecaries, Main, cor. 
Simenelli Antonio, shoemaker, h. 45 River 

" Mike, laborer, h. 34 River 

" Rocco, shoemaker, h. 41 River 
Simmons Annie, widow of Frank, h. 16 Mill 

" Bessie A. milliner, 94 Merrimack, b. 19 Lawrence 

" Fred A. foreman, D. T. Dudley & Co. Hale, house 43 
Nichols 

" Herbert T. shoe cutter, h. 5 Bartlett 

" Lucelia A. widow of John H. h. Boston rd. Br. 

" Mattie Mrs. rms. 7 Franklin 

" Maude, clerk, b. 16 Mill 

" William H. A. hatter, h. 19 Lawrence 
Simms Angeline, widow of James, h. 206 Kenoza 

" George R. foreman, 357 River, h. 9 Beach 

" Mary, bookkeeper, 30 Wingate, b. 34 Orchard 

" William G. rms. 34 Orchard 

" see Sims 
Simonds Augustus F. salesman, B. h. 42 Fountain 

" Ella G. stenographer, 31 Granite, h. 4 Williams, Br. 

" Eugene, shoemaker, h. 12 Essex 

" Harry, shoemaker, rms. 72 How 

" Izora Mrs. h. 66 Jackson 

« John W. h. 48 Dudley [Br. 

" Lue, bookkeeper, H. E. Guptill, Winter, h. 4 Williams, 

" Ned M. engineer, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. house 9 
Cottage 

" Nelson E. (Simonds & Seaver 1 ) Ij. 41 Greenville 

" Roland, student, b. 4 Williams, Br. 

" Winfield S. Mrs. h. 4 Williams, Br. 



HAVERHILL 379 DIRECTORY 



Simonds & Adams (Eugene T. Adams and J. F. Ring) 
dry and fancy goods, 42 to 50 Merrimack 

" & Seaver (Nelson E. Simonds and Stephen T. Seaver) 
shoe mnfrs. 74 Wingate 
Simoneau Gilbert, saw filer, h. 3 Thorndike 
Simons C. Fred, shoe cutter, b. 90 Broadway 

" Eliza A. widow of A. G. h. 64 Moore 

" Frank G. bookkeeper, 2 Water, b. 90 Broadway 

" George B. shoemaker, h. 90 Broadway 

" Lila Mrs. h. 15 Groveland 

" Mary F. widow of Eben, b. 31 Kenoza ave. 
Simonson Peter, shoemaker, h. 79 Summer 
Simpson Addie F. widow of Charles H. h. 18 White 

" Edward N. slipper trimmings, 61 Wash. h. 5 Moore 

" Henry W. last maker, h. 1 Proctor 

" Herbert E. car conductor, rms. 58 Merrimack 

" James A. shoemaker, b. 5 Moore 

" Nellie, shoe worker, h. r. 51 Franklin 

" N. Maria, fancy goods, b. 14 North 

" William W. car conductor, rms. 593 Washington 
Sims James Jr. foreman, H. E. Guptill, rms. 9 Grand 

" see Simms 
Sing Kee, laundry, 221 Washington, rms. do. 

" Lee, laundry, 6 How, rms. do. 

" Lung, laundry, 123 River, rms. do. 
Singer Mnfg. Co. sewing machines, 138 Merrimack 
Singleton Edward W. foreman, h. 50 How 
Sinotte Louis J. druggist, 16 Locust, h. 35 Jackson 
Sisters of St. Joseph, 64 Harrison 
Skinner Minor A. hostler, h. I Chadwick, Br. 
Skulez Frank, laborer, b. F. Monkooz's, Cogswell 
Slater Henry, shoemaker, rms. 174 Merrimack 
Slattery Daniel P. shoemaker, h. 8 Norfolk 

" Martin, agt. 138 Merrimack, h. at Lawrence 
Slavit Max, lunch, 13 Emerson, h. 5 Walnut 
Sleeper Abbie E. widow of John, h. 14 Pentucket 

" Clara E. h. 5.^ Lincoln 

" David A. h. Main, n. N. H. line 

" Ella F. widow, stitcher, b. 23 Duncan 

" Fannie E. clerk, C. K. Fox, b. 32 Fernald ave. 

" George H. shoemaker, h. 58 Temple 

" Gilman L. farmer, h. 332 Salem, Br. 

" Henry E. last maker, b. 30 Fernald ave. 

" Henry J carpenter, b. C. B. Sargent Jr.'s Rosemont 

" Hora. e S. driver, b. 30 Portland 

SS3K-.. H, L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVEKPIILL 380 D1KECTOKY 



Sleeper Irving F. (Foster Counter Co.) h. 28 Arlington 

" Kate, bookkeeper, 2 Arnold place, h. 28 Arlington 

" Mary S. widow of Jonathan, b. 43 Highland ave. 

" Nina A. dressmaker, 14 Pentucket, b. do. 
Sline Annie, h. 1 New 
Sloan Charles G. (Sloan & Cooke) rms. 77 Emerson 

" & Cooke (Charles G. Sloan and Herbert L. Cooke) 
provisions, 200 Merrimack 
Slocumb Newell R. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, h. 11 

Sheridan 
Slomiansky Morris, peddler, h. 55 Varnum 
Small Alice J. h. 444 Main 

" Edward D. pianos, pictures, etc. 96 Main, h. 470 do. 

" Frank M. clerk, b. 24 White 

" Freeman K. carpenter, 197 Main, Br. h. 195 do. 

" Harry F. engineer, h. 195 Main, Br. 

" Jacob W. edgineer, h. 59 Bradford av. Br, 

" Levi W. carpenter, h. 24 White 

" Warren M. farmer, h. 719 E. Broadway 
Smart Elden C. laster, h. 9 Ford 

" Ernest E. watchmaker, 21 Emerson, b. 72 Merrimack 

" Everett, shoemaker, b. r. 194 Essex 

" Fred, laster, rms. 196 Main 

" Harry A. shoe cutter, b. 72 Merrimack 

" Henry M. machinist, h. 5 Marble 

" H. Wilson, shoemaker, b. 20 Arlington 

" Whalen, McKay stitcher, h. r. 194 Essex 
Smiley Charles, h. 403 Main 

" James J. shoe cutter, h. 4 New Hampshire ave. Br. 

" James V. Mrs. h. 24 White 

" Julia F. h. 42 Pleasant 

" Martha S. widow of Lucian, h. 27 Kenoza ave. 

" Sultana M. widow of William H. h. 40 Pleasant 

" William H.apothecary,197Merrimack, h. 27 Kenoza av. 
Smith Aaron B. shoemaker, 28 Winter, h. 9 Orchard 

" Abbie A. widow of Laurance S. h. 278 Main 

" Abbott P. shoemaker, rms. 1 1 1 Emerson 

" Adam, hat worker, h. 209 River [Br. 

" Albert E. agent, 114 Washington, h. 4 Cogswell ave. 

" Albert E. sole cutter, h. 5 New Hampshire ave. Br. 

11 Albert G. reporter, Gazette, b. 58 Brockton ave. 

" Albert M. clerk, 75 Merrimack, h. 37 Green 

" Albert R. clerk, b. 16 Tenth ave 

" Alexander D. sole cuter, b. 102 Cedar [way 

" Alfred (H. E. Prevost & Co.) 338 River, h. 23 Broad- 



HAVERHILL 381 DIRECTORY 



Smith Alice L. widow of George S. b. 20 Davenport 
" Alonzo L. shoemaker, h. 34 Golden 
" Angenette W. widow of Alpheus J. h. 1 Eleventh ave. 
" Anna F. widow of Charles, h. 216 Washington 
" Annie W. teacher, Crowell school, rms. 99 Portland 
" Aram B. marble cutter, 51 Main, h. 14 Winter 
" Archie F. farm supt. h. 206 Kenoza ave. 
" Arthur B. (A. B. Smith & Co.) b. 6 Cedar 
" Arthur J. shoemaker, b. 4 Locke, Br. 
" Arthur G. shoemaker, rms. 12 Essex 
" Augustus W. heel mnfr. 32 Primrose, h. do. 
" A. B. & Co. (Arthur B. Smith and Horace N. Noyes) 

jewelry, opticians and pianos, 71 Merrimack 
"' Blanche, cashier, 51 Merrimack, b. Peabody, Br. 
" Bros. (George H. & John) carriagesmiths, 52 Fleet 
" Carrie M. Mrs. h. 42 Howard 
" Carroll H. box maker, h. 6 Orchard 
" Charles, hat worker, h. 112 River 
" Charles B. canvasser, h. 54 Merrimac, Br. 
" Charles F. treas. 7 Emerson, h. 242 Main 
« Charles H. h. 23 Vestry 
" Charles M. clerk, 32 Orchard, b. 82 Locust 
" Charles M. shoemaker, rms. 52 How 
" Charles W. box mnfr. 69 Fleet, h. 408 Groveland 
" Charles W. shoe cutter, h. 93 Temple 
" Chester C. collector, b. 29 Central, Br. 
" Clarence S. shoemaker, h. 9 Marion, Br. 
" Cynthia A. widow of Jacob F. h. 32 Race 
" Dana, buffer, b. 36 Orchard 
" Daniel D. h. 102 Cedar 
" Eddy, shoe cutter, Ji. 36 Orchard 
" Edward C. shoemaker, h. 4 Bradford ave. Br. 
" Edward F. h. 1 Eleventh ave. 

" Edward M. M. clerk, 113 Washington, b. 11 Vestry 
" Edward S. brakeman, h. 26 Locke, Br. 
" Edward T. carpenter, b. 26 Locke, Br. 
" Edwin T. police, h. 22 Nichols 
" Ella E. bookkeeper, 14 How, b. 75 Temple 
" Emery J. shoe cutter, h. 1 Sheridan 
" Emeline, widow of John, h. 12 Bartlett 
" Emma F. Mrs. music teacher, 75 Temple, h. do. 
" Emma L. widow of Herbert H. nurse, b. 12 Ferry, Br. 
" Emmons W. trav. salesman, h. 24 Cedar 
" Ernest, fireman, b. end Railroad ave. Br. 
" Ernest B. stock fitter, rms. 59 How 



NORMAN 8 nflTF carpenter and builder 

liUllluali 0. UULli, milling and general repairing 

DM Sashes an! Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People'.* Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERI1ILL 382 DIRECTORY 



Smith lorest B. student, b. 37 Green 

" Forest C. machinist, b. end Railroad ave. Br. 

" Frank E. McKay stitcher, h. 182 Main 

" Frank E. welter, h. 22 Pine, Br. 

'• Frank H. Goodyear operator/ h. 21 Race [Tenth av. 

" Fred A. (Prosser & Smith) counters, 69 Wash. h. 3 

" Fred B. h. 8 Dustin 

" Fred E. P. shoemaker, h. 14 Auburn 

" Fred J. b. 16^ Summer 

" Fred P. carpenter, b. 7 Pecker 
SMITH FRED R. insurance, 174 Merrimack, b. 58 
Brockton ave. See back cover 
George A. mngr. 3 to 9 Essex, h. 104 Merrimack 
George E. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, b. 1<S2 Main 
George E. salesman, 19 Wash. sq. h. 69 Auburn 
George E. shoemaker, b. P. Pettelle's, Broadway, A. V. 
George H. h. end Saltonstall ct. 
George H. (Smith Bros.) 52 Fleet, h. 72 Summer 
George L. stock fitter, h. 64 Emerson 
George P. express messenger, 113 Wash. h. 1 1 Vestry 
George S. farm hand, b. 61 Jordan 
George S. & Son (G. Howard Smith) leather board 
soles, etc. r. 20 Phoenix row [Br. 

George W. (G. W. & W. Smith Jr.) h. end Railioad, 
Granville, shoemaker, h. 81 Cedar 
Gustavus, iaster, h. Amesbury rd. 
G. Howard (George S. Smith & Son) h. 59 Broadway 
Harriet N. widow of James, b. 3 Shepherd 
Harry E. baker, 58 White, rms. 26 Cedar 
Helen H. clerk, 17 Locust, b. 55 Brockton ave. 
Helen L. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 16 Golden 
Henry E. box nailer, b. 47 Cedar 
Henry F. shoemaker, h. 1 6 Golden 
Herbert H.. McKay stitcher, h. 138 Cedar 
Herbert J. confectionery, h. 212 Washington 
Herbert R..hat worker, b. 47 Cedar 
Herbert W. (Smith & Carlisle) 442 Water, h. 418 do. 
Herman, Goodyear operator, rms. 8 Plummer 
Howard C. clerk, 51 Merrimack, rms. 95 Emerson 
H. Arthur, shoe cutter, rms. 61 Emerson 
Isaac, carpenter, h. 24 Golden 
James, carpenter, rms. 31 Emerson 
James, cigars and pool, 216 Winter, b. 25 Lewis 
James A. shoemaker, h. 1 Bartlett 
James E. h. 554 Main 



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Smith James F. shoe laster, h. 231 Washington 
James Marcellus, police, h. 75 Temple 
James M. h. Broadway, bey. Crystal, A. V. 
James M. shoemaker, b. 12 Bartlett 
James M. shoemaker, b. 4 Locke, Br. 
James W. P. shoe cutter, h. 21 Fourth ave. 
John (Smith Bros.) 52 Fleet 
John, clothes cleaning, 113 Water, h. do. 
John C. shoemaker, h. end Railroad ave. Br. 
John F. driver, People's Ice Co. h. 20 Ashland 
John F. ins. 174 Merrimack, h. 58 Brockton ave. 
John H. sole cutter, b. 12 Hope ave. 
Joseph B. photographer, h. 60 Merrimac, Br. 
Joseph J. chef, Eagle House, b. do. 
Josie E. Mrs. h. 67 Washington ave. 
Julia B. Mrs. millinery, 65 Merrimack, h. 121 Portland 
Julia C. widow of Warren W. h. 16 Munroe 
June, teacher, School st. school, b. 138 Cedar 
Lavinia, widow of William, h. Oxford ave. W. H. 
Leon B. shoemaker, h. 16 Ford 
Leon J., Goodyear operator, b. 16 Golden 
Leonard W. clerk, h. 24 Arlington 
Leroy W. freight clerk, b. 554 Main 
Lester, shoemaker, mis. 27 Washington ave. 
Lizzie M. dressmaker, 72 Summer, b. do. g*S> 

Lula B. milliner, b. 1 White otj 

Mabel E. teacher, High school, b. 2 Grant „^g 

Maria, widow of Henry, h. 48 Grove ^» 

Marian W. teacher, at W. Newbury, b. 24 Arlington jff 
Martha J. widow of Richard, h. 29 Central, Br. ^™ 

Martha M. shoe stitcher, h. 33 Merrimack » 

Mary, widow of John, h. 18 Pentucket ^^ 

Mary E. widow of Moses, h. 98 Keeley m 

Melvin D. printer, h. Park ave. Br. 

Michael, laborer, h. 44 River ^ 

Mima J. Mrs. h. 5 Travers m m 

Morris A. stock fitter, h. 32 Race O ^ 

Nelson, cooper, h. 8 Brooks, Br. H C 

Obediah W. h. 47 Cedar O | 

Orance LeB. shoemaker, b. P. Petelle's, Broadway, A. V. = -< 
Orlando A. (O. A. Smith & Co.) h. 82 Locust -u w 

O. A. & Co. (Orlando A. Smith) bottlers, 32 Orchard 2 jg 
Richard J. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 73 Main, Br. g r 

Rosalthe A. widow of Isaac E. b. 53 Highland ave. to r 

Rufus C. salesman, 20 Merrimack, h. 13 Tenth ave. > 



HAVERHILL 384 DIRECTORY 



Smith Samuel C. carpenter, h. Peabody, n. Salem, Br. 

" Samuel J. rms. 7 Walnut [Water 

" Sarah E. Mrs. medium and magnetic healer, h. 113 

" Sarah F. widow of John H. b. 119 Main 

" Spencer E. trav. salesman, b. 24 Cedar 

" Stephen, heeler, rms. 10 How 

" Sumner C. laster, b. end Railroad ave. Br. 

" Susan C. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 13 Tenth ave. 

" Susan O. widow of George S. h. 11 Vestry 

" Sylvester P. shoe cutter, h. 662 Washington 

" Tristram R. slugger, b. 6 Kent 

" Van Zandt E. janitor, P. O. h. 37 Green 

" Walter A. student, b. 554 Main 

" Walter G. lumber, at Lawrence, b. Oxford ave. W. H. 

" Walter W. shoe cutter, h. 12 Hope ave. 

" Warren M. (Smith & Childs) h. 33 Pleasant 

" Wellington D. laundryman, h. 49 Main, Br. 

" Wells C. clerk, 30 Main, h. 30 Brockton ave. 

" William, b. Mrs. L. F. Clements', Amesbury rd. 

" William, h. 4 Locke, Br. 

" William, carpenter, rms. 47£ Essex [h. n. do. 

" William Jr. (G. W. & W. Smith Jr.) Railroad ave. Br. 

" William C. edge setter, h. 61 Jordan 

" William C. meat cutter, 61 Franklin, h. 225 Winter 

" William H. painter, h. 24 Jackson 

" William L. shoemaker, b. 4 Locke, Br. 

" William T. shoemaker, h. 12 Portland 

" Willis H. shoemaker, h. 16 Front, Br. 

" W. M. Barrows, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 121 Portland 

" & Carlisle (Herbert W. Smith and Charles A. Carlisle) 
grocers, 4 22 Water 

" & Childs (Warren M. Smith and Walter M. Childs) 
shoe contractors, 138 Washington 
Smolensky Joseph, machine oper. b. 9 South 
Snay Henry P. shoemaker, h. 251 Winter 

" Herman A. sole cutter, h. 17 Orchard, Br. 

" John, leather sorter, h. 107 Emerson 

" Walter H. shoemaker, b. 251 Winter 
Snee Catherine, widow of Martin, h. 4 9 Hale 

" James H. shoemaker, h. 49 Hale 

" Martin, shoemaker, rms. 29 Essex 
Snell Charles D. carpenter, b. 37 Nichols [wick, Br. 

" Cullen B. gen. sec. Y. M. C. A. 75 Main, h. 24 Chad- 

" Laura A. Mrs. h. 17 Marshall 

" Nancy, widow of W. Alden, h. Ill Water 



HAVERHILL 385 DIRECTORY 



Snell Sarah, widow pf Lorenzo D.' h. 37 Nichols 
Snelling Fred N. student, b. 7 Chadwick, Br. 

" Henry S. agent, 113 Washington, h. 7 Chadwick, Br. 

" James, engineer, rms. 29 Essex 
Snow Bert, lineman, b. 12 Eighth ave. 

" Frank, painter, 8 Fleet, b. 69 Kenoza ave. 

" Fred A. firemen, h. 10 Henry 

" John N. h. 38 Highland ave. 

" Mattie J. widow of Zenus M. h. Rosemont 

" Mary E. widow of Harold K. h. 145 Winter 

" Winfred A. shoemaker, b. Mrs. M. J. Snow's 
Snowman Ernest L. clerk, 18 Winter, h. 15 Tremont 
Snyder Byron P. clerk, 113 Merrimack, h. 35 White 

" Harry S. (Bay State Leather Co.) 74 Wash. h. 19 Beach 

.." Moses W. (Bay State Leather Co.) 74 Wash. h. 19 Beach 
Solari Serafino, shoemaker, h. 25 West 
Somers John E. shoe laster, h. 82 Merrimack 

" Patrick, laborer, h. 70 Franklin 
Soney Henry, shoe cutter, h. 39 Merrimac, Br. 
Soucie Henri, heel mnfr. 6 Hillside pi. h. do. 

" Romuald, clerk, b. 6 Hillside pi. 
Soule Edward, foreman, rms. 33 Emerson 
South Arthur A. foreman, h. 4 Westford 

" William A. h, 4 Fairfield 
Souther Susan C. widow of Elbridge H. h. 16 Eleventh 
Southwick Edwin F. liquors, 168 Merrimack, h. at New- 
buryport 

" Elmer L. gardener, h. 52 Merrill 
Sowles Eliza, widow of Wilder, h. 452 Water 
Spackman Naomi, widow of William J. h. 23 School 
Sparks Sylvester T. watchmaker, 94 Merrimack, h. 45 Moore 
Sparrow Eliza A. widow of Stephen R. h. 71 Summer 

" Richard, waiter, 24 Main, h. 6 Sargent ct. 
Spaulding Delia, widow of Albert C. h. 37 Williams, Br. 

" Florence G. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 37 Williams, Br. 

" Harris W. (W. W. Spaulding & Co.) h. 50 Summer 

" Nettie, bookkeeper, 200 Merrimack, b. 37 Williams, Br. 

" William W. (W. W. Spaulding & Co.) h. 54 Park 

" W. W. & Co. (William W. and Harris W. Spaulding) 
shoe mnfrs. 357 River 
Spear Ella M. widow of George F. b. 19 Locke, Br. 
Spence Gertrude, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. Primrose, near 
Dustin sq. 

" Marshall, shoemaker, h. 53 Pecker 
Spencer Catherine M. widow of George, h. 27 John 




Business and Shorthand. >rhone us for office seip. 



HAVERHILL 386 DIRECTORY 



Spencer Edith, bookkeeper, C. H. Cox, Br. b. 238 Main 

" George A. physician, 82 Merrimack, rms. do. 

" George Wm. hostler, 10 Central, Br. h. 11 Lincoln, do. 

" James A. teamster, h. 55 Sixth ave. 

" James B. florist, 78 Summer, h. 28 Green 

" Joseph A. asst. steward, 3 Bridge, b. r. 1 Arlington 

" M. A. florist, 78 Summer, h. 28 Green [b. do. 

Sperry Caroline M. teacher of English, Bradford Academy, 
Spiller Alice W. h. 24 Groveland 

" Elsie M. Mrs. dressmaker, 49 Sixth ave. h. do. 

" Henry P. watch and clock repairer, 49 Sixth ave. h. do. 

" Howard E. clerk, Main, cor. Water, b. 49 Sixth ave. 

" Leonard P. shoe cutter, 18 Merrimack, h. 24 Groveland 
SPINNEY FRANK W. nurseryman, 20 Portland, 
b. do. See page 22 

" George F. carpenter, b. 17 J Ashland 

" Harry L. laundryman, h. end Brook 

" Isabelle F. clerk, 51 Merrimack, b. 18 Moore 

" Rufus, carpenter, h. 17 Moore 
Spirling Jacob, peddler, h. 35 Ayer 
Spiro William, shoe skiver, h. 464 Washington 
Splaine Maurice, ins. agt. 3 Wash. sq. b. 131 Franklin 

" Richard A. (R. A. Splaine & Co.) h. 68 Fountain 

" R. A. & Co. (Richard A.Splaine)liquors,38 and 40Fleet 

" William, shoemaker, rms. 24 Oak 
SpofTord Arthur C. (Island Park Box Co.) Br. h. May- 
nard ave. do. 

" Bertram H. messenger, 5 Merrimack, b. 69 Webster 

" Daniel H. shoe cutter, h. Amesbury rd. c. Rykeman 

" Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, b. O. Gay's, N. Broadway 

" Harry H. salesman, 56 Merrimack, h. 36 Arlington 

" Howard N. shoe cutter, b. 21 Newcomb 

" John S. postal clerk, rms. 59 Main * 

11 Nathaniel N. mngr. 186 Merrimack, h. 3 Arlington pi. 
SPOFFORD NELSON, civil engineer, 14 Water, 
h. 1 Arlington pi. See page 73 

" Ormon I. farmer, h. S. Cross rd. Br. 

" Percy, asst. teller at Lawrence, b. D. H. Spofford's 
Spohr August, farmer, h. Lowell ave. n. Salem rd. 
Spollett Eugene F. shoemaker, b. 4 Bartlett 

" John F. laster, h. 4 Bartlett 

" Willard F. laster, h. 83 Fountain 
Spooner George, shoemaker, h. 47 Wash. ave. 
Sprague Adelbert D. bookkeeper, 53 Wingate, b.203 Main 

" Austin C. detective, h. 328 Water 



HAVERHILL 387 DIRECTORY 



Sprague Charles W. foreman, B. & N. St. Ry. Co. car 
barn, b. 11 Walnut 

" Daniel F. at Custom House, B. h. 203 Main 

" F. Otto, student, M. I. T., B. b. 203 Main 

" Harry R. clerk, 113 Wash. b. 16 Union 

" Henry S. shoe mnfr. 44 Granite, h. 150 Main 

u Philip A. clerk, rms. 4 Pecker 

" William W. harness maker, h. 16 Union 
Spring Charles, clerk, 145 Merrimack, rms. 23 Pentucket 
Sproull John, physician, 331 Washington, h. do. ; office 
hours, 8 to 9.30 a. m.; 1 to 3.30 and 7 to 8.30 
p. m. Sundays, 8 to 9.30 a. m. ; 1 to 3.30 p. m. 
Spry Charles W. shoe worker, b. 43 Boardman 

" John, shoemaker, b. 43 Boardman 

" Thomas L. shoe worker, b. 7 Boardman 
Spudeas Charles, hairdresser, 43 J Locust, h. do. 
Spuhler Art Gallery (August and Mrs. M. A. Spuhler) 3 
Merrimack 

" August (Spuhler Art Gallery) h. 34 Main, Br. 

" Minnie A. Mrs. (Spuhler Art Gallery) h. 34 Main, Br. 
Spurr William C. shoemaker, h. River, n. Bradley ave. 
Squire Charles A. shoemaker, h. 3 Green, Br. 

" Ernest, clerk, 62 Merrimack, b. 3 Green, Br. 

" Wilfred A. clerk, 140 Merrimack, h. 5 Green, Br. 
Stackpole Alexander, h. Alpha 

" Annie, stitcher, 18 Merrimack, b. 58 Merrimac, Br. 

" Charles S. hairdresser and crayon artist, 8 Water, h. 
58 Merrimac, Br. 

" Emma Mrs. clerk, 18 Merrimack, b. 58 Merrimac, Br. 

" Everett B. student, b. 6 Church, Br. 

" Everett S. pastor, First Church of Christ,h.6Church, Br. 

" Horace W. telegrapher, 138 Merrimack, b. 58 Merri- 
mac, Br. 

" Mary Mrs. stitcher, 18 Merrimack, h. 58 Mereimac,Br. 

" Ralph R. student, b. 58 Merrimac, Br. 
Stacy Aivilla A. stenographer, 66 Wash. b. 8 Blaisdell 

" Cora M. clerk, 85 Wash. h. 31 Pleasant, Br. 

" George W. shoe stitcher, h. 34 Main, Br. 

" George VV. Jr. musician, b. 34 Main, Br. 

" Henry L. grocer, at S.Groveland,b.J. Stock's, Salem, Br. 

" Jennie M. Mrs. h. 31 Pleasant, Br. 

" Joseph C. h. 114 Water 

" Timothy A. h. 8 Blaisdell 
Stakem Peter, painter, h. 82 Franklin 
Standard Credit Co. clothing, 61 Merrimack 

So3S: .... H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 388 DIRECTORY 



Standard Oil Co. of N. Y. end Stevens 

Standish Herbert O. electrician, b. 51 Westford 

Stanford Ethel P. bookkeeper, 186 Merrimack, bds. 30 

Pleasant, Br. 
Stanley Bertha, clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 72 Merrimac, Br. 

" Edgar S. sole sorter, h. 74 Temple [Br. 

" Ernest S. Mrs. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 74 Merrimac, 

" Fletcher, shoe cutter, h. 31 Arch ave. 

" Fred, shoemaker, h. 19 Pleasant 

" Maria T. widow of Stephen F. h. 72 Merrimac, Br. 

" S. Ernest, bookkeeper, 85 Water, h. 74 Merrimac, Br. 
Stansfield Bram (Stansfield & Chase) h. 98 Fountain 
STANSFIELD HOWAKTH, dentist, 70 Merri- 
mack, h. at Atkinson Depot, N. H. See bottom 
edge 
STANSFIELD & CHASE (Bram Stansfield and 
Charles C. Chase) props. Pentucket Laundry, 8 
Bridge. See page 332 
Stanton Jeremiah, hat worker, h. Lovejoy. Br. 

" Joanna, widow of James, h. Lovejoy, Br. 

" John, laborer, h. Lovejoy, Br. [b. 14 Park 

Stanwood Gertrude, teacher of drawing, Public Schools, 
Staples Charles C. (Staples & Gile) h. 3 Arch 

" Chailes W. carpenter, b. 129 Portland 

" Clifford O. h. Amesbury road, Nicholsville 
STAPLES EDWARD M. contractor and builder, 
24 Arch, h. do. See page 820 

" Elmer E. clerk, 9 Wash. ave. h. 20 Blaisdell 

" Everett N. baker, 157 Wash. b. 7 Marion [Salem, do. 

" George O. engineer, Island Park Box Co. Br. h. 342 

" James W. hairdresser, 205 Wash. h. 7 Marion 

" John, paper hanger, h. 3 Arch 

" May Mrs. b. 4 Plummer 

" Urdix L. clerk, 13 Merrimack, b. 24 Arch 

" William H. b. 3 Arch 
STAPLES & GILE (CharlesC. Staples and Benjamin 
N. Gile) plumbing, heating, etc. r. 108 Merrimack. 
See page 818 
Starbird George, h. 31 Water 

" Mattie, shoe stitcher, h. 13 Water 
Stark Angeline, forewoman, h. 21 Arch ave. 

" P^meline, widow, h. 21 Arch ave. 

" Henry W. foreman, b. 21 Arch ave. [way 

" Julius B. mnfr. shoe laces, 96 Wash. h. 131 E. Broad- 
Starkey Catherine, h. 241 Winter 



HAVERHILL 889 DIRECTORY 



Starkey William, shoe cutter, h. 241 Washington 
Starr John J. laster, h. Polk 

" William J. shoemaker, h. 67 Pilling 
Starrett Sarah M. Mrs. dressmaker, 44 How, h. do. 
Stearns George W. h. 238 Main 

" Ralph B. b. 145 Winter [ave. cor. W 7 illiams, Br. 

" William D. bookkeeper, Haverhill Nat. Bank, h. Park 
Steele Charles A. heeler, h. 28 Arch 

" C. Edwin, bookkeeper, 94 Washington, b. 28 Arch 

" Elizabeth F. Mrs. h. 3 Garfield 

" Fannie A. widow of Joseph H. b. 27 Nichols 

" Fannie S. bookkeeper, 97 Cedar, b. 20 Portland 

" Frank E. bookkeeper, 23 Hale, rms. 59 Main 

" Frank P. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 1 Carleton sq. Br. 

" George, stock fitter, b. 23 Myrtle 

" H. A. widow, h. 20 Portland 

" James I. stock fitter, h. 8 Walnut 

" John H. variety store, 358c Washington, h. 358b do. 

" Lydia A. clerk, 17 Locust, b. 358 Washington 
Steemer William B. sole sorter, rms. 216 Washington 
Stein Hyman, hat worker, b. 24 Varnum 

" Joseph, hatter, h. 24 Varnum 
STEINERT M. & SONS CO. S. Azro Dow, mngr. 
pianos and organs, 105 Merrimack. See page 807 
Stenson Herbert, shoe worker, rms. 17 How 
Stephen David, plumber, h. 6 Groveland 
Stephenson Charles H. stableman, 141 Main, h. 12 Elm 
Stevens Albert E. baggage train master, h. 9 Marion, Br. 

" Allen B. constable, 91 Merrimack, h. 15 Grove 

" Charles B. clerk, 30 Main, rms. 20 Vine 

" Arthur F. clerk, Main, cor. Water, h. 23 Fifth ave. 

" Austin W. shoemaker, rms. 58 How 

" Charles, carpenter, h. 21 Whittier 

" Charles B. shoemaker, h. 9 South [Brockton ave. 

" Charles L. (Home & Stevens) 62 Wingate, h. 14 

" Chesley F. asst. supt. Haverhill G. L. Co. h. 142 Cedar 
STEVENS CYNTHIA B. widow of Frank S. physi- 
cian, 10 Washington ave. h. do. See page 822 

" Dudley F. h. 61 Temple 

" Elijah T. carpenter, h. 8 Warren 

" Ella Mrs. rms. 148 Merrimack 

" Emma E. widow of E. Frank, h. 58 How 

" Ernest L. salesman, h. 10 Lawrence 

" Frances A. b. 119 Main 

" Francis T. steam fitter, h. 30 Grove 

NORMAN S. COLE, 2SS SSfiS 

Residence, 4 KiiDall Street. Slop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 390 DIRECTORY 



Stevens Frank P. heeler, h. 66 N. Broadway 

" Fred E. apothecary, 161 Washington, h. 9 Brockton av. 

" Fred E. shoemaker, h. 43 Eastern ave. 

" George D. sole sorter, h. 30 Hilldale ave. 

" George F. draughtsman, B. h. 9 Summer 

" Grace Mrs. stitcher,. rms. 20 Lindel 

" Henry A. carriage mnfr. Crystal, A. V. h. Broadway, do. 

" Howard N. shoemaker, b. 58 How 

" Joseph P. sole grader, rms. 126 Winter 

" Lena J. Mrs. stitching, 126 Wash. h. 240 do. 

" Leo B. driver, 8 Bridge, h. 62 How 

" Louis E. foreman, 365 River, b. 15 Powder House av. 

" Maud, stitcher, rms. 212 Merrimack [Andover 

" Moses T. treas. M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. at N. 

" M. T. & Sons Co. woolen goods mnfr. Winter, cor. 
Stevens [Andover 

" Nathaniel, pres. M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. at N. 

" Oscar F. shoemaker, h. 15 Powder House ave. 

" Robert W. machinist, h. 83 Groveland 

" Samuel D. asst. treas. M. T. Stevens & Sons Co. h. at 
North Andover 

" Walter F. (Stevens & Dow)h. 140 Main 

" Walter I. hostler, 24 Essex, h. 16 Kent 

" Walter N. counter molder, b. 83 Groveland 

" William H. h. 17 Lexington ave. Br. 

" Woodbury E. stitcher, h. 240 Washington 

" & Dow (Walter E. Stevens and Moses H. Dow) apoth- 
ecaries, 176 Winter 
Stevenson Eva Mrs. h. 136 Water 

" Hattie M. widow of Elmer F. h. 78 Broadway 

" Jennie, clerk, 24 Main, h. 52 North 

" Joseph, Goodyear stitcher, rms. 10 Essex 

" Lulu W. clerk, 24 Main, h. 52 North 

" William, box maker, h. 52 North 
Stewart Abbie W. widow of James C. h. 73 Temple 

" Alexander P. car conductor, rms. 341 River 

" Charles W., McKay stitcher, h. 24 Spruce 

" Edwin A. beater out, h. 205 Water 

" Fannie E. Mrs. h. 2 Mill 

" Fred H. shoemaker, h. 59 Groveland 

" George C. stock fitter, b. 2 Mill 

" George H. fireman, h. 19 Locke, Br. 

" John A. coachman,- 4 Mt. Vernon, h. 73 Summer 

" John F. h.r. 27 Seventh ave. 

" J. Henry, wood worker, h. 21 Carleton ave. Br. 



HAVERHILL 391 DIRECTORY 



Stewart Mary E. Mrs. nurse, h. 21 Carleton ave. Br. 

" Robert, h. 45 North 

" Sylvanus, h. 45 Columbia Park 

" Warren A. farmer, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale 

" see Stuart 
Stickney Emma M. shoe stitcher, h. 58 Portland 

" Jane, widow of Nat. h. 157 Main, Br. 

" Justin, salesman, 75 Merrimack, rms. 36 Pecker 

" Lizzie A. forewoman, h. 58 Portland 

" MaryE. b. 13 Carleton ave. Br. 

" Rufus H. h. 8 Henry 
Stiles Blanche M. bookkeeper, 93 Wash. b. 38 Lindel 

" Franklin P. printer, 91 Wash. h. 43 Highland ave. 

" Mary B. bookkeeper, 66 Wash. rms. 38 Lindel 
Still Bertha, teacher at Plaistow, rms. 3 Vine 

" Mary Mrs,, stitcher, rms. 3 Vine 
Stimpson Harriet E. nurse, rms. 27 Summer 
Stimson Charles H. shoe cutter, h. 70 Whither 

" Frank, clerk, 8 Merrimack, b. 70 Whittier 
Stinson Charles, shoe packer, rms. 18 Orchard 
' " Fred, freight handler, rms. 48 Locust 

" Laura B. Mrs. boarding house, 32 How 
Stockbridge Calvin, stock fitter, rms. 186 Merrimack 

" Ernest L. bookkeeper, 40 Fleet, b. 68 Fountain 

" Lyman R. h. 2 Central, Br. 

" Lyman W. shipper, 70 Wash. h. 2 Central, Br. 

" Mary J. widow of Israel, h. 378 Washington 

" Ralph C. shoe cutter, b. 16 Pentucket 
Stocker Frank, leather skiver, h. 20 Mechanic Ǥ 

Stocks James, h. Salem, n. Groveland line, Br. JJ™J 

" John, wool sorter, b. James Stock's, Salem, Br. 3B 

Stockwell George W. trav. salesman, h. 7 Rosedale ave. ^^^ 
Stoddard Josephine B. widow of Joshua, h. 80 Main 
Stoehrer William R. overseer, dyeing, M. T. Stevens & C# 

Sons Co. h. 11 Union 
Stolnisky Bessie, bookkeeper, 1 Beach, b. 105 River 

" Simon, driver, 171 Merrimack, h. 105 River [Jj 

Stone Almira, widow of George, h. 6 Pecker st. ct. q 



Alvin, shoemaker, b. 7 Pecker st. ct. H 



> 



Andre Jr. carpenter, h. 24 Oak terrace O ^ 

Augustus W. shoemaker, h. 37 Greenville 2 5 

Charles A. gardener, h. 53 Kenoza ^ «0 

Charles W. hatter, h. 4 Silver 90 w 

Edgar N. shoe cutter, b. 37 Greenville 5 J2 

Eliza A. widow of John C. h. 123 N. Broadway Jg r 

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Stone Frank, shoemaker, h. 78 Winter 

" George F. clerk, h. 7 Carleton, Br. 

" Ida Mrs. h. 77 Emerson 

" Joseph, puller over, b. 37 Pilling 

" Perley A. salesman, P. N. Wadleigh, h. 3 Summit ave. 

" Walter P. stock fitter, h. 42 Central, Br. 

" see LaPierre 
Storer Florence Mrs. housekeeper, 3 Beacon 
Story Elvina H. Mrs. h. 64 Winter 

" E. Everett, shoe cutter, h. 35 Washington ave.. 

" John P. h. 35 Washington ave. 

" May B. cashier, b. 64 Winter [ave. 

Stott Robert, salesman, Murray Bros. Co. h. 173 Hilldale 
Stover Alcott, h. 41 Lincoln ave. 

" Joshua M. shoe mnfr. at Lowell, h. 56 Broadway 

" Martin L. provisions, 54 Emerson, h. 11 Franklin 

" Mary P. bookkeeper, 136 Wash. b. 11 Franklin 

" Sarah D. h. 56 Broadway 
Strafford Catherine, widow of William, h. 11 North 
Strand Edward S. trav. salesman, h. 25 Minot ave. 

" Sarah S. widow of Thomas, h. 25 Minot ave. 
Stratton William K. supt. 270 Winter, h. 47 Highland ave. 
Stravinsky Peter, grocer, 77 River, h. do. 
Straw Edward C. shoe cutter, h. Hilldale ave. bey. Vale 
Strayton Henry J. shoemaker, h. 35 Merrimac, Br. 

" James C. shoemaker, h. 1 Spring [North 

Streeter Frank E. (Eureka Machine Co.) 19 Essex, h. 2 
Strickland Susie A. widow of Frank W. h. 2 Newell 
Strong Hattie, box maker, h. 274 Washington 

" Mary Ann, widow of Frederick C. h. 803 E. Broadway 

" Scott, helper, 23 Hale 

" Scott J. teamster, h. 3 South [Carleton av. Br. 

Strout Freemont S. shoe contractor, 7 Potter pi. house 11 
Stuart Alice W. widow of Samuel, h. 1 1 Park 

" Amanda, widow of Benj. N. b. 136 Portland 

" Mariam F. b. 1 1 Park 

" see Stewart 
Stubbs Abbie J. Mrs. clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 42 Cedar 

" Charles E. agent, Geo. G. Fox Co. h. 109 Kenoza 
Studley Jason M. shoemaker, h. 9 Tenth ave. 

" William C. leather sorter, rms. 50 Portland 
Stultz Frank A. tinsmith, 97 Washington, h. 99 Cedar 
Sturgeon William, hairdresser, 7 Bridge, rms. 58 Portland 
Sturges Oscar J. foreman, h. 17 Proctor [Columbus av. 

Sturgis Charles E. harness mnfr. 184 Merrimack, h. 62 



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Sturgis Guy E. (Crescent Cafe) 191 Merrimack, h. 3 

Franklin 
Sturks Frank, shoemaker, h. 49 Washington ave. 
Sturtevant Charles, shoemaker, b. 10 How 

'• Joseph E. shoe cutter, h. Hyatt ave. Br. 

" Sarah E. Mrs. dressmaker, 20^ Newcomb, h. do. 
Sturtivant Henry B. heel cutter, h. 09 E. Broadway 
Suesman Samuel A. janitor, High school, h. 45 Green 
Sukarvich William, shoemaker, h. 8 South 
Sukernich Max, rags, h. 126 River 
Sullivan Bridget, widow of Dennis, h. 27 High 

" Catherine T. teacher, Sanders Hill school,' b. 29 John 

" Charles J. b. 10 Dudley 

" Clarence J. clerk, 51 Merrimack, b. 22 Pleasant, Br. 

" Cornelius, counter cutter, h. 133 Franklin 

" Cornelius, sole cutter, h. 74 Franklin 

" Daniel, driver, h. 75 Fifth ave. [Br, 

" Daniel, foreman presser, Gilman Hat Co. h. 10 Front. 

" Daniel, laborer, h. 11 Norfolk 

" Daniel, laborer, h. 18 Seventh ave. 

" Daniel, teamster, 16 Main, Br. h. 6 Harrison 

" Daniel D. foreman, 130 Washington, h. Vernon, Br. 

" Daniel W. shoemaker, h. 12 Franklin 

" Dennis, leather worker, b. 25 Lewis 

" Dennis E. shoe cutter, b. 27 High 

" Dennis M. engineer, b. 231 Essex > 

" Edward E. foreman, b. 44 Locke, Br. , 

" Edward F. clerk, 63 Essex, h. 22 Dudley 

" Edward F. shoe cutter, b. 40 N. Broadway 

" Eliza M. widow of John A. h. 18 Lincoln, Br. 

" Ellen, widow of Timothy, h. 39 Lewis 

" Ellen C. teacher, Wingate school, b. 27 High 

" Ethel, clerk, 51 Merrimack, b. 18 Lincoln, Br. 

" Florence A. physician, 170 Winter, rms. do. 

" Frank E. burnisher, rms. 4 Central 

" Helen, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 18 Dudley 

" Howard A. miller, h. 13 Haseltine, Br. 

" James, grocer, 57 Primrose, h. do. 

" James, laborer, b. 16 Primrose 

" James, shoemaker, b. 3 Walnut 

" James A. student, b. 29 John 

" Jeremiah, shoemaker, b. 27 Lancaster 

" Jeremiah, teamster, b. 165 Essex 

" John, laborer, h. 40 N. Broadway 

" John, shoemaker, h. 86 Franklin 







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Sullivan John, stonecutter, b. 15 Duncan 
" John, shoemaker, b. 27 Lancaster 
" John, shoemaker, rms. 15 White 
" John A. clerk, 27 Wash. sq. b. 39 Franklin 
" John B. hostler, r. 19 Main h. 10 Dudley 
" John H. shoemaker, h. 36 John 
" John J. coachman, 25 Westland ter. rms. do. 
" John J. laborer, h. 50 Moore 
" John J. plumber, 117 Winter, b. 27 High 
" John J. shoemaker, h. 32 Oak terrace 
" John R. fish, 233 Essex, and lunch, 229 do. h. 231 do. 
" Julia, widow, b. 1 Grove, Br. 
" Julia F. shoe stitcher, h. 12 Franklin 
" J. Clarence, clerk, b. 18 Lincoln, Br. 
" Marcus A. police, h. 34 North 
" Martin, costumers' agt. at B. h. 29 Franklin 
" Mary, clerk, 42 Merrimack, b. 1 1 Hale 
" Mary, widow of Daniel, h. 51 Stewart 
" Mary, widow of Philip, h. 27 John 
" Mary I. teacher, Currier school, b. 70 High 
" Mary X. dressmaker, b. 40 N. Broadway 
" Michael D. shoemaker, h. 6 York 
" Michael E. shoemaker, h. 70 High 
" Michael T. shoemaker, h. 27 Lancaster 
" M. Joseph, clerk, 63 Essex, rms. 22 Dudley 
" Nora Mrs. cook, house rear 39 Oak 
" Patrick, laborer, b. 27 Lancaster 
" Patrick, shoemaker, h. 6 York 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 64 Charles 

" Patrick P. clerk, 167 Merrimack, h. at Newburyport 
" Richard F. hat finisher, h. 44 Locke, Br. 
" Simon, teamster, 50 Essex, h. 51 Stewart 
" Thomas, coat maker, 59 Merrimack, b. 35 Wash. ave. 
" Thomas A. carriage painter, r. 212 Essex, rms. 78 

Lafayette sq. 
" Timothy, laborer, b. 26 Pecker 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 1 Grove, Br. 
" Timothy, laborer, h. 1 1 Hale 



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Sullivan Timothy, laborer, b. 1 Kimball 
" Timothy, laborer, h. r. 13 Lewis 
" Timothy J. slater, h. 56 Harrison 

" William F. (Sullivan & Ela) 66 Winter, h. 39 Franklin 
" William J. mason, h. 24 Dexter 
" Zorada, widow of John, h. 29 Franklin 
SULLIVAN & ELA (William F. Sullivan and William 
E. Ela) props. Haverhill Granite & Marble Works, 
66 Winter. See page 74 
" see O'Sullivan 
Sulloway Charles, shoemaker, rms. 14 Walnut 
Sumner Arthur B. mngr. 58 Wash. h. Mill, c. Saltonstallrd. 
" Charles P. (Snmner Counter Co.) and (C. P.. Sumner 

& Co.) h. 59 Main 
" Counter Co. (Charles P. Sumner) 78 Wingate 
" C. P. & Co. (Charles P. Sumner) leather, 78 Wingate 
'• James S. shoes, taps etc. r. 86 Wash. h. 19 Button- 
wood ave. 
Sun Wah, laundry, 52 Emerson, rms. do. 
SUNDAY RECORD (THE) Record Publishing Co. 

props. 4 Main See p. 345 
Sundler Heiman (Sundler & Rosenberg) baker, 99 River, 
h. 5 Avon pi. 
" & Rosenberg (Heiman Sundler and Myer Rosenberg) 
bakers, 99 River 
Surrette Charles, clerk, 80 Lafayettte sq. b. 106 do. 
" Edward E. wood heel maker, h. 37 Hall [do. 

" Emily, music teacher and dressmaker, 12^ Orchard h. 
" George W. shoemaker, h. 188 Water 
" James, watchman, h. 11 Varnum 
" John, heel cutter, b. 2 Varnum 
" Joseph E. shoemaker, h. 27 Duncan 
" see Cerat 
Sutcliffe Mary L. widow of James, h. 26 Webster 
Sutherland Daniel A. shoe cutter, b. 41 Grove 

" Frank, farm hand, Asa M. Kimball, Plaistow rd. b. do # 
Swain Elizabeth M. wodow of Willam, h. off E. Broadway 
opp. Greenwood cimetery 



colX'., H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 396 DIRECTORY 



Swain Emma F. widow of Perley, b. 3 Temple 

" Franklin H. b. 14 Winter 

" Obed J. cigars and shoes, 12. Winter, h. 14 do. 
Swan Olive, widow of Frank C. h. 378 Main 
Swasey B. Frank, box maker, h. 26 Blossom, Br. 

" Hazen K. farmer, h. 50 Broadway 

" Otis W. h. 150 Essex 
Sweatt James, gate tender, Winter st. R. R. crossing, h. 14 
Marshall 

" Philander B. carpenter, h. 91 Portland 

" Rosie D. Mrs. h. 48 Locust 

" see Swett 
Sweeney Daniel, laborer, h. 61 Sixth ave 

" Daniel Jr. shoemaker, b. 61 Sixth ave. 

" Dominick, painter, h. 13 Burke 

" Helen T. bookeeper, 19 Essex, b. 18 York 

" John H, heel cutter, h. 37 Lewis 

" Margaret, widow of William, h. 31 Lewis 

" Matthew, laborer, h. 18 York 

" Michael, shoemaker, b. 31 Lewis 

" Minnie, widow of John, h. 223 Winter 

" Terrence, shoemaker, b. 31 Lewis 

" Thomas, laborer, h. 35 Locke', Br. 

" Thomas, shoemaker, b. 18 York 

" see McSweeney 
Sweetser Annie Mrs. lodging house, 15 Duncan 

" Eltha Mrs. dressmaker, 7 Front, Br. b. do. 

" Frank E. essences, 7 Front, Br. h. do. 

" Frederick J. b. 26 Moore 

" John; shoemaker, h. 29 Kingsbury ave. Br. 

" Josephine Mrs. h. 26 Moore 

" Vincent, shoemaker, b. 26 Moore 
Swett Everett F. shoe mnfr. at Lowell, h. 87 Temple 

" Everett M. (Rowe & Swett) shoe mnfr. 64 Wingate, b. 
87 Temple 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. 15 Mechanic 

" Fred F. shoe mnfr. 55 Wingate, h. 157 Winter 

" Henry W. apothecary, 87 Merrimack, h. 68 Auburn 



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Swett John, shoe worker, rms. 169 Washington 
" John H. laster, h. 177 Merrimack 
" Morris E. b. 87 Temple 
" Nathan, shoe repairer, 29 Pleasant, h. do. 
" Nathaniel W. real estate, h. 26 Kent 
" Philip C. vice pres. 163 Merrimack, h. 39 Summer 
" Stephen, farmer, h. Broadway, A. V. 
" see Sweatt 
Swift Brothers (Gustavus F. and Edwin C. Swift) wholesale 
provisions, r. 262 Winter 
" Edwin C. (Swift Bros.) h. at Boston 
" Gustavus F. (Swift Bros.) h. at Chicago 
" Harry T. shoemaker, h. 27 Kent 
" Lena, clerk, 76 Merrimack, rms. 4 Cedar 
Sylvester Alonzo, mngr. Water, cor. Mill, h. 492 Grove- 
land 
" D. Torrey, foreman, 66 Wash. h. 6 St. James, Br. 
" Fred A. supt. Water, c. Mill, h. at Lawrence 
" Will L. janitor, 153 and 163 Merrimick and agt. r. 160 

do. h. 417 Main 
Sylvestre Napoleon, baker, 8 Lafayette sq. h. 194 Hilldale 

ave. 
Sylvia Hollis, shoe cutter, rms. 8 Dustin 
Symonds Alice G. physician, 53 Winter, h. do. 

TABER HARRISON M. laundryman, 66 Essex, bds. 6 
Duncan 
" Nathan P. shoemaker, 52 Haverhill, h. do. 
Tabor Charles P. clerk, 214 Merrimack, h. 33 Pleasant 
" Eben S. provisions, 35 Water, h. 16 Eighth ave. 
" Henry, shoemaker, rms. 36 Merrimack 
" John E. grocer, Main, opp. Marsh ave. h. 547 Main 
" LeForest R. (Hilliard & Tabor) r. 262 Winter, h. 42 
Park 
Taffe Daniel (Daniel Taffe & Co.) 1 Lafayette sq. h. 94 

Franklin 
TAFFE DANIEL. & CO. (Daniel Taffe and Cor- 
nelius Horgan) liquors, 1 Lafayette sq. See p. 826 

MIAN S P.fllF CARPENTER AND BUILDER 

llUlllfln.ll 0. UULBj MILLING AND GENERAL REPAIRING 

Old Sashes and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



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TANNER HENRY C. baker, confectioner and 
caterer, 24 Main and 1 Harrison, h. 141 Main. 
See opposite 
Tapley Arthur C. ticket agent, Haverhill sta. h. 66 Pecker 

" Irwin W. box mnfr. r. 114 Wash. h. 27 Fifth ave. 

" J. Harry (Haverhill Box Co.) end Hale, h. 66 Pecker 

" Melville M. h. 150 Broadway 

" Rufus P. lawyer, 11 Washington h. 8 Chestnut, Br. 
Tappan Alonzo L. shoe mnfr. 78 Wash. h. 18 Bellevue av. 

" Amos C. sole cutter, h. 9 Haseltine, Br. 

" Arthur F. b. 32 Lawrence 

" Charles W. mngr. 78 Wash. h. Brook, bey. Altamont 

" Charles W. trav. salesman, rms. 5 Washington 

" Edmund S. h. 32 Lawrence 

" Joseph, cook, rms. 38 Oak 

" Mary A. rms. The Bartlett 

" Mary E. bookkeeper, 221 Essex, h. Brook 

" Mary H. rms. 25 Pleasant 

" Percy L. shoe cutter, b. 18 Bellevue ave. 
Tarbell Augusta A. dressmaker, 15 Moore, h. do. 

" George, teamster, h. 15 Moore 

" Mary M. widow of Solomon, h. 76 Broadway 
TardifT Joseph A. clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 20 High 

" William, folder, h. 36 Broadway 
Tarleton Alphonso I. machinist, h. 95 Portland 

" Charles, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington 

" Charles H. grocer, Cross rd. c. Boston rd. W. H. h. do. 

" George A. driver, Mill, c. Water, h. 8 Hope ave. 

" Horace W. farmer, h. Brickett Hill, off Gile 

" Mary E. Mrs. b. H. W. Tarleton's, Brickett Hill 

" Rebecca B. widow of James M. h. 8 Hope ave. 
Tasker Ed. shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington 

" George F. shoemaker, h. 100 Keeley 

u George S. sole sorter, b. 100 Keeley 

" Lemuel C. laster, rms. 76 How 

" Mary A. widow of Wyatt B. h. 10 Haseltine, Br. 

" Mary E. widow of James B. h. 115 E. Broadway 
TASKER MILLARD, soles, taps, etc. 250 River, h. 
120 E. Broadway. See page 813 

" Susan E. Mrs. dressmaker, 40 Park, Br. b. do. 

" W. Orrin, office 210 Merrimack, h. 19 Bartlett 
Tatham G. Frederick, stiffening maker, b. 6 Seventh ave. 
Tattersall Christopher F. farmer, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale 

" James, h. 173 Hilldale ave. 

" Robert, hatter, h. 95 Fayette sq. 



399 



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24 Main Street - - Haverhill. 




WEDDING BANQUETS and all kinds of SOCIETY 
EVENTS CATERED for at short notice. Everything of 
first-class quality and the best of service. A quarter of a cen- 
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profession. Connected with his establishment are three large halls, 
the finest in the city, well-lighted and ventilated, and with perfect 
acoustic properties, which can be used for lectures, banquets and all 
functions; can be hired at reasonable rates. 

"GbejMnes," (Srovelanb, flDaes- 

One of the most beautiful "Summer Resorts" in New England. 
The waters of the Merrimac wash its banks and the fragrant pines 
send out an invigorating and healthful atmosphere. The menus are 
excellent and prices reasonable. Some of the best variety shows are 
engaged for its stage ; in short, it forms an ideal place for a day's outing. 



HAVERHILL 400 DIRECTORY 



Tattersall Thomas, b. C. F. TatterralPs, N. Broadway 
Tatton Frank W. shoe cutter, h. 1 High, Br. 
Taute Karl E. shoe cutter, h. 1 Henry 
Taylor Addison C. vocalist, b. 179 Monument 
'^.Albert A. stock fitter, h. 4 South . 
" Almond A. shoemaker, h. 14 Hancock 
" Alphonso, carpenter, 2)4 Clinton, h. do. 
'•' Arthur F. carpenter, h. 126 Main 
" Benjamin, laborer, h. 14 Ashland 

" Caroline, h. 22 North [son 

" Charles H. Jr. mngr. 125 Merrimack, rms. 61 Emer- 
" Edward F. painter, h. 62 Jackson 
" Edward P. stock sorter, h. 6^ Ford 
" Elizabeth M. Mrs. h. 5 Sixth av'e. 

" Elbridge B. grocer, 59 Main, Br. h. 6 Cogswell ave. do. 
" Ellen, widow of William h. 41 Kingsbury ave. Br. 
" Emeline, Mrs. h. 36^ Locust 
" Ezra W..B. real estate, h. 46 Summer 
" Florence M. forewoman, 37 Wash. b. 27 Moore 
" Forrest E., Goodyear stitcher, h. 31 Moore 
" Francis P. shoe fitter, h. 32 Franklin 
" P'red, carpenter, h. 9 Fountain 
" Frederick A. shoemaker, h. 16 Hancock 
" George E. heel cutter, h. 19 Water 
" George W. billiards, 124 Merrimack, h. 87 Lowell ave. 
" George W. mngr. 2 West, h. 66 Emerson 
TAYLOR-GOODWIN CO. coal, lumber and ice, 
16 Main, Br. See side lines 
" Harvey Clinton, shoe cutter, b. 17 Highland ave. 
" Henry laborer, h. 4 Seventh ave. [ave. 

" Henry L. (H. L. Taylor & Co.) h. Mill, c. Berkeley 
" Herbert F. salesman, b. 17 Highland ave. 
TAYLOR H. L. & CO. (Henry L. and Levi L. H.) 
coal and wood, 85 W T ater and 9 Merrimack. See 
foot lines 
James P. hatter, h. 52 High 

Jennie E. clerk, supt. of schools office, h. 5 Sixth ave. 
John H. carpenter, r. 21 Moore, h. 27 do. 
John M. (J. M. Taylor & Co.) h. 19 Tenth ave. 
John R. clerk, 91 Cedar, b. 19 Tenth ave. 
J. M. & Co. (John M. Taylor) groceries, 91 Cedar 
Levi L. H. real estate, 9 Merrimack, and (H. L. Tay- 
lor & Co.) coal and wood, h. 5 Windsor 
Louis R. shoemaker, h. 97 Water 
Louisa P. widow of Matthew, h. 19 Green 



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Taylor L. Marlen, student, b. 5 Windsor 

" Mark B. shoemaker, b. 4 Seventh ave. 

" Martin, presl 156 Merrimack, and (Three Taylors) 75 
do. h. 17 Highland ave. 

" Mary F. widow of Levi, h. 94 Portland 

" Matthew, boo'tblack, b. 36J Locust 

" iVI. Alison, h. 7 Arlington pi. 

" Nancy F. widow of William J. b. 95 Keeley 

" Oliver (Three Taylors) clothing, 75 Merrimack, h. 66 
White 

" Ralph H. b. 5 Windsor 

" Robert, shoemaker, b. 4 Seventh ave. 

" S. Willard, carpenter, h. 179 Monument 

" Thomas J. b. 36 Moore 

" William W. janitor, 91 Merrimack, h. do. 

" William M. heel cutter, h. 145 Lowell ave. 

" see Thaler 
Tebbetts Edward A. nailer, h. 10 Pleasant, Br. 

" Susan D. widow of Gustave H. h. 43 White 

" see Tibbetts 
Teed Stephen, edge setter, h. 21 Proctor 
Tell Lillian, h. 80 Winter 
Temple Joanna E. widow of William H. nurse, h. 17 John 

" John F. spinner, b. 17 John 

" Mary E. dressmaker, 17 John, b. do. 
Tennant Herbert W. b. 35 Lincoln ave. 

" Ira L. carpenter, h. Gile, n. Brickett Hill 

" Moses F. shoemaker, h. 77 Groveland 

" Polaski W r . h. 35 Lincoln ave. 
Tenney Alice O. h. 61 Portland [Park 

" Arthur P. teller, Merrimack Nat. Bank, h. 25 Columbia 

" Annie, widow of Arthur S. h. 19 Gilbert ave. 

" Benjamin P. b. 92 Howard 

" Charles, farmer, h. 74 Main, Br. 

" George H. supt. 86 Washington, h. at Groveland 

" Horace, h. 10 How 

" Martha J. h. 190 Boardman, Locust Hill 

." Mary E. widow of Lucius H. h. 30 Pleasant, Br. 
TENNEY MILTON G. leather trimmings, 112 
Phoenix row, h. at Georgetown. See page 813 

" Sarah Mrs. b. 21 Chestnut, Br. 

" Stephen A. laster, h. 30 N. Broadway 

" Thomas B. jaitor, Wingate school, h. 64 Locust 

" Willard H. laster, h. 30 N. Broadway 
Terris William A. shoe cutter, h. 19 Gilbert ave. 




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Terroux Rock, gateman, Wash. st. crossing, h. 23 Hillside 
Tessier Charles, physician, 54 Lafayette sq. h. do. 

" Peter (Tessier &Co.) h. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" Peter Jr. shoemaker, b. 78 Lafayette sq. 

" & Co. (Peter Tessier and Joseph Guilmond) heel con- 
tractors, 48 Phoenix row 
Tetrault John B. foreman, 270 River, b. 145 do. 
Tetreau Thomas, physician, 88 Locust, h. do. 
Tewhill John, shoemaker, b. 38 North 

" Thomas, shoemaker, h. 38 North [Sheridan 

Tewksbury Elmer L. photographer, 37 Merrimack, h. 22 

" John B. real estate, 182 Main, Br. h. do. 

" Mary J. widow of Perley R. h. 3 Ringgold 

" see Tuxbury 
Thaler Henry, cigar mnfr. 26 Water, rms. 109 do. 

" see Taylor 
Thayer Cassius E. shoe cutter, h. 133 Portland 

" Eliza, widow, h. 133 Portland 

" Francis P. h. Crystal court, A. V. 

" Frank P. foreman, 365 River, h. 5 Ashworth ter. 

" George, h. 1 Euclid ave. Br. 

" Harvlin, trav. salesman, h. 17 Race 

" ,Maguire & Field (John E. Maguire and E. Russell 
Field) shoe mnfrs. 260 River 

" Robert W. b. 1 Euclid ave.' Br. [10 Grant 

" William F. dry goods, etc. 140 to 150 Merrimack, h. 
Theberge Adelard, farmer, h. Corliss Hill rd. 
Theriault Alex, porter, B. & M. sta. h. 24 Hillside 

" Eugene, iceman, h. 219 Essex 

" Fred, shoe cutter, b. 18 Florence ave. 

" Napoleon, shoe cutter, h. 315 Washington 
Therio Dennis B. teamster, b. 813 Main 

" Frank J. blacksmith, 19 Court, h. 5 Brooks, Br. 
Thibeault Adelard, shoemaker, h. 5 Mt. Dustin ave. 
Thibodeau Charles A. hatter, h. 196 Hilldale ave. 

" Louis, carpenter, h. 66 Bellevue ave. 

" Sifroi, hat finisher, h. 2 Benjamin 
Thibodeault Archille, laborer, h'. 15 Hillside 

" George H. box maker, b. 15 Greenville 

" Nellie M. nurse, b. 15 Greenville 

" Oliver, laborer, h. 15 Greenville 

" Oliver Jr. shoemaker, h. 15 Greenville 
Thing Abbie E. widow of James R. h. 53 Arlington 
Thorn Charles W. (W. B. Thorn & Co.) h. 149 Main 

" Clinton R. (W. B Thorn & Co.) h. 572 Washington 



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Thorn Edwin Ayer, h. 572 Washington 

" Helen L. teacher, T. E. Brunham school, h. 26 Dudley 

" Julia, widow of Robert, h. 572 Washington 

" J. Louise and Clara E. h. 572 Washington 

" Mary E. widow of Nathaniel G. h. h. 26 Dudley 

" Nathaniel J. hatter, h. 26 Dudley 

" William B. (W. B. Thorn & Co.) h. at New York City 

" W. B. & Co. (William B., Clinton R. and Charles W.) 
hat mnfrs. 270 River 
Thomas Frederick foreman, b. 6 Cedar 

" George, rms. 18 Emerson 

" G. Fred, musician, h. 100 Cedar 

" Henry, clerk, b. W. J. Thomas', Br. 

" John, laborer, h. r. .171 Washington 

" Juliette W. widow of George W. 42 Madison 

" J. Douglass, bootblack, h. 169 Merrimack 

" Lizzie B. widow of Fred,h. 15 Leroy ave. Br. 

•' Margaret,-widow of James, h. 44 Portland 

" William J. dyer, h. off Groveland rd. n. Salem, Br. 
Thompson Aaron L. pumps, Crystal ct. A. V. h. do. 

" Abbie Mrs. matron, 195 Main, rms. do. 

" Amy L. widow of Simmons B. h. r. 194 Essex 

" Anson, shoemaker, h. 43 Vine 

" Arthur F. Mrs. h. 9 Lake ave. [Davis, h. do. 

" Avard G. (W. J. Thompson & Son) carpenter, 25 

" Charles E. shoemaker, h. r. 194 Essex [Main, Br. 

" Edward W. Rev. cor. sec. Bradford Academy, h. 144 

" Emma, h. Main, R. V. 

" Emma J. Mrs. forewoman, 24 Duncan, h. 282 Wash. 

" Emma J. widow of Martin K. h. 76 Fifteenth ave. 

" Fred J. shoe mnfr. 77 Washington, h. 7 Sixth ave. 

" George K. stitcher, h. 8 Freeman 

" George U. steam fitter, 97 Wash. h. 4 Eighteenth ave. 

" George W. h. 20 Vestry 

" George W. shoe cutter, h. 39 School 

" George W. H. shoemaker, h. 1 1 Came ave. 

" Harry, painter, b. 43 Vine [Arlington 

" Hattie M. Mrs. bookkeeper, r. 106 Merrimack, h. 26 

" Helen M. b. 27 Kenoza ave. 

" Henry B. beater out, h. 472 Washington 

" Henry W. shoe cutter, h. 6 Bethel 

" Herbert H. trimming cutter, b. 9 Lake ave. 

" Horace A. foreman, 70 Wash. h. 75 Pecker 

" Howard A. foreman, Ira J. Webster, h. 38 Howard 

" Isaac B. sheemaker, h. 71 Portland 

SoXZ' ..... H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 404 DIRECTORY 



Thompson Jane F. widow of Mark H. h. 29 Pleasant 

" Jedediah H. h. Main, bey. Rosedale ave. 

" John, hatter, h. 38 Lewis 

" Josephine A. milliner, 54 Merrimack, h. 12 Bartlettave. 

" Lemuel B. sub clerk, P. O. b. 9 Lake ave. 

" Lester, shoemaker, rms. 25 Washington ave. 

" Lucinda, widow of James A. h. 38 Howard 

" Lucius A. heel cutter, h. 12 Bartlett ave. 

" Martha J. widow of William, h. 21 Pleasant, Br. 

" Mary E. widow of David, h. 75 Pecker 

" Oscar W. driver, r. 262 Winter, h. 74 Summer [son's 

" Sadie B.„prin. asst. Walnut sq. school, b. ]. H. Thomp- 

" Sarah, h. Main, R. V. 

" Stella M. G. widow of John W. E. h. 31 Cedar 

" Thomas, h. Thompson, n. Amesbury rd.. 

" Walter S. foreman, 42 Wingate, rms. 96 Winter 

" William, clerk, 108 Water, b. 71 Portland 

" William, shoemaker, b. 219 Water 

" William J. (W. J. Thompson & Son) 25 Davis, h. do. 

" William J. & Son) William J. and Avard G.) contrac- 
tors and builders, 25 Davis 

" William M. manager, 38 Merrimack, h. 6 Clinton 

" William O. driver, r. 262 Winter, h. 2 Spring pi. 

" William W. soles etc. 42 Wingate, h. 26 Arlington 
Thorndike Seavey H. box maker, b. 14 Pleasant, Br. h. do. 
Thornton Fred M. butcher, off Boston rd. bey. Willow ave 

" John W. asst. supt. 3 Wash. sq. b. 77 Emerson 

" Justin E. farmer, b. William Thornton's, Br. [Br. 

" Lottie E. bookkeeper, Hillard & Tabor, h. Willow ave. 

" Minnie G. teacher, Wingate school, h. Willow ave. Br. 

" T. Will, salesman, 66 Washington, h. Willow ave. Br. 

" William, farmer, h. Willow ave. n. Boston rd. W. H. 
Thorogood Maria, widow of William, h. 16 Ashland 
Three Taylors (Oliver and Martin Taylor) clothing, 75 

Merrimack 
Thurbur Florence Mrs. shoe cementer, b. 5 Warren 
Thurlow Angeline S. widow of Isaac W. h. 198 Wash. 

" Ella S. widow of George W. h. 4 Madison 

" John M. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 64 Cedar 

" Robert G. shoemaker, b. 4 Madison 

" Stephen H. shoemaker, b. 198 Washington 
Thurston Edward W. city teamster, h. 31 Bartlett 

" Fred A. mngr. Tremont Cafe, 7 Pecker, h. do. 

" George O. clerk, 58 White, h. 155 Main 



HAVERHILL 405 DIRECTORY 



Thurston CL Herbert, grocer, 58 White, and fish, 2 Auburn, 
h. Gile, n. Newton rd. 

" Russie M. widow of Sylvanus K. h. 55 Main, Br. 

" William, clerk, 58 White, b. 155 Main 
Thwing C. M. shoemaker, rms. 139 Merrimack 
Thynne Annie J. teacher, Winter st. school, b. 3. Union 

" Julia A. bill clerk, 357 River, b. 3 Union 

" KathrynA. clerk, 22 Merrimack, b. 3 Union 

" Patrick, h. 3 Union 
Tibbetts Eliza J. h. 46 Green 

" G. Frank, foreman, 98 Washington, h. 9 Fountain 

" Mary M. Mrs. rms. 24 White 

" Mary V. widow of George W. h. 42 Locke, Br. 

" see Tebbetts • [ball, Br. 

Tiechman Albert F. hairdresser, 50 Merrimack, h. 10 Kim- 
Tidds George A. shoemaker, b. 5 Ashworth ter. 
Tighe Thomas, beater out, rms. 36 Pecker 
Tikotcky Abraham, shoemaker, h. 25 Ayer [mer 

Tilton Alfred M. city weigher, base. City Hall, h. 16 Sum- 

" Andrew J. office 121 Essex, h. 361 Washington 

" Arthur D. shipper, b. 10 Lincoln, Br. 

" Arthur F. student, b. 299 Salem, Br. 

" Caleb E. nurse, h, 5 Eighth ave. 

" Carroll L. awnings, 7 Fleet, h. 299 Salem, Br. 

" Charles L. treas. Haverhill Safe Deposit and Trust Co. 
163 Merrimack, h. 70 How 

" Clara E. widow of Eben, h. 195 Washington 

" Edwin W. foreman, J. B. Tilton, h. 13 Tremont 

" Eliza A. widow of John C. h. 125 Winter 

" Ellen, widow of Levi, h. 7 Lafayette, Br. 

" Ellen, widow of Moses, h. Main, c. Talmouth ave. * 

" Emily O. Mrs. palmist, 3 Temple, h. do. [Wash. 

" Ernest P. leather remnants, 27 Railroad sq. b. 195 

" Eugene H. salesman, h. 40 Kenoza ave. 

" Frank E. shoe packer, h. 26 Chestnut, Br. 

" George E. bookkeeper, 28 Wingate, h. 3 Chrdwick, Br. 

" Harry H. (Tilton & Tilton) h. 3 Temple 

" Howard M. (Tilton & Tilton) h. 195 Washington 

" James B. soles, Arnold pi. h. 282 Washington 

" Jessie M. L. Mrs. music teacher, 91 Merrimack, h. 3 
Chadwick, Br. 

" John A. stableman, Merrill's ct. h. 5 Hammond ct. 

" John H. (Frankle & Tilton) 151 Merrimack, h. 3 
Allen, Br. 

" John W. deputy sheriff, 174 Merrimack, h. 70 How 

NORMAN S. COLE, 'JSSXS^SS, 

4 KimDall Street. Shop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

N. E. Tel. 466-2. People's Tel. 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 40(5 DIRECTORY 



Tilton Lillie F. bookkeeper, 7 Wash. sq. h. 59 Sixth ave. 

" Lucinda M. widow of James S. h. 10 Lincoln,. Br. 

" Margaret S. widow of William, h. 1 Chadwick, Br. 

" Ora P. helper, 6 Essex, rms. Locust 

" Roxanna L. Mrs. h. 312 Washington 

" Rufus H. rms. 299 Salem, Br. 

" Waldo H. shoe cutter, h. 58 Central, Br. 

" Walter \V. shoe cutter, h. Broadway, A. V. 

" & Tilton (Harry H. and Howard M.) merchant tailors, 
59 Merrimack 
Timmins James, laborer, h. 72 Primrose 
Timmons Clarence J. leather worker, h. 98 Lafayette sq. 
Tinkham Charles, laster, b. 38 Jackson 
Tmsley Charles H. foreman, 356 River, h. 19 Groveland 
Tirrell Philip B. machine operator, h. 26 Ringgold 

" Preston E. enginneer, L. L. & H. power sta. Br. h. 20 

Salem, do. [Groveland 

Titcomb Addie M. Mrs. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 142 

" Alice B. widow of John H. h. 15 School 

" Annie L. music teacher, 64 Belmont ave. h. do. 

" Charles M. carpenter, b. 156 Merrimack [mer 

" Charles S. treas. Pentucket Savings Bank, h. 14 Sum- 

" Edgar L. carpenter, b. 444 Water 

" Herbert C. baker, 51 Merrimack, h. 15 School 

" Ira C. clerk, 28 Merrimack, h. 142 Groveland 

" John E. farmer, h. 78 Broadway [lett 

" John S. real estate and ins 174 Merrimack, h. 15 Bart- 

" Ledell, shoemaker, h. 444 Water 

" Sarah A widow of Isaiah W. h. 64 Belmont ave. 

" Sarah E. widow of Thomas P. h. 34 Lincoln ave. 
Tobey George A. shoemaker, h. 104 Merrimack 
Tobie Sidney A. h. Broadway, c. Carleton 
Tobin Jeremiah, roofer, h. 6 Masonic ct. 

" Mary, widow of Michael, h. 6 Masonic, ct. 
Todd Martha E. widow, h. 70 Temple 

" Mary Emma, tailoress, h. 3 Vine 

" Sarah B. widow of Milton, h. 29 Portland 
Tolman George S. foreman, 26 Wingate, h. 53 How 

" John W. foreman packing, Ira G. Webster, h. 9 Ash- 
worth terrace 
Tom Kee, laundry, 74 Water, rms. do. 
Tombonno Antonio, fruit, 137 Lafayette sq. h. 131 do. 
Tompkins Abbie H. prin.'s asst. Crowell sch. h. 1 1 Webster 

" George H. shoe cutter, h. 21 Fourth ave. 

" Mary C. teacher, 13 Park, h. 21 Fourth ave. 



HAVERHILL 407 DIRECTORY 



Tompkins Sarah W. h. II Webster 

Tond Antonio, laborer, h. 30 Hall 

Toomey Daniel, laborer, h. 24 Maple 
" John J. adv. mngr. 43 Merrimack, h. 41 Green 

Topping James P. Rev. pastor, High st. church of Christ, 
h. 8 Baldwin 

Torrey Charles D. shoemaker, h. 17 Fifth sve. . [Br. 

" Clarence B. (Torrey & Torrey) 63 Fleet, h. 24 Byron, 
" David C. (Torrey & Torrey) 03 Fleet, h. 24 Byron, Br. 
" H. Peasley, shipper, B. b. 16£ Summer 
" James A. miller, Plaistow rd. n. Newton rd. 2d, h. do. 
" Lillian, widow of George H. h. 16^ Summer 
" Winifred, clerk, 22 Merrimack, b. at Georgetown 
" & Torrey (David C. artd Clarence B. Torrey) printers, 
63 Fleet 

Toshach Andrew, shoemaker, h. Lowell ave. S. H. 

Touingavich Felix, brickmaker, h. 5 Avon pi. 

Tourtillotte Fred E. produce, h. 56 N. Broadway 
" Gertrude E. clerk, 97 Merrimack, h. 56 N. Broadway 
" Nellie A. nurse, h. 33 N. Broadway 

Tousignant Henry, shoemaker, h. 7 Bateman 

Tountain Telesphore, dyer, h. 21 Marshall O 

Tower Lois A. h. 43 N. Broadway G) 

Towle Charles R. foreman, C. K. Fox, h. 196 Main Q 

" Charles S. shoe cutter, h. 458 Water gg 

" Clara J. bookkeeper, 138 Merrimack, h. at Lawrence — -^ 
" Edward C. musician, h. Broadway, bey. Lake 22 

" Etta L. clerk, 54 Merrimack, b. GQ White 
" Fred A. form hand, b. G. S. Fowle's, Main €■! 

" Gardner S. farmer, h. Main, n. N. H. line C3 

" John A. shoe mnfr. h. 42 Highland ave. 
" John H. shoemaker, h. Corliss Hill rd. 

" Laura, clerk, 192 Merrimack, b. 13 Chadwick, Br. £ H 

•< Mary E. clerk, 39 Merrimack, b. G. S. Towle's, Main 3 I 
" Sumner E. b. 458 Water jg " 

" S. Knapp Mrs. rms. 59 Main JJ i| 

Towne Alden I. milkman, 297 Salam, Br. b. do. -< J 

" Arthur B. shoe cutter, b. 17 Vestry |j pi 

" Daniel F. farmer, h. 38 Prospect, Br. O 2 

" Eliza G. widow of Otis, h. 12 Auburn 5 t 

" Harriet N. widow of Alfred P. h. 297 Salem, Br. H HJ 

" Herman W. farmer, h. 297 Salem, Br. m C 

" James B. farmer, h. 275 Salem, Br. Co — 

" Lin wood O. sub master, High school, rms. 108 Winter J !J 
" Sarah, widow of Charles H. h. 8 Lincoln, Br. H g 



HAVERHILL 408 DIRECTORY 



Towne William F. foreman, 31 Granite, h. 8 Lincoln, Br. 
Townley Anna M. (J. T. & A. M. Townley) h. 1 Bartlett 

" John T. (J. T. & A. M. Townley) and foreman, 9 
Locust, h. 1 Bartlett [Washington 

" J. T. & A. M. (John T. and Anna M.)"bakers, 203 
Townsend Alvin A. driver, ladder No. 2, 20 Essex, rms. do. 

" Emma, stitcher, rms. 98 Emerson 

" Fred L. teller, Hav. Nat. Bank, h. 5 Lexington, Br. 

" Nellie, h. 7 Main 
Tozier Edward H. clerk, 141 Wash. h. 5 Bethel 

" Fred H. foreman, 17 Locust, h. 15 Orchard 

" George E. drug clerk, 141 Washington, h. 5 Bethel 

" Halsey, shoemaker, h. Plaistow rd. n. E. Broadway 

" John A. shoemaker, h. Leroy ave. Br. 

" Ned C. (N. C. Tozier & Co.) apothecary, 141 Wash- 
ington, h. 2 Freeman 
TOZIER N. C. & CO. (Ned C. Tozier) apothecaries, 
141 Washington, and 4 to 8 Wash. ave. See back 
cover 
Tracy Albert, carpenter, h. 4 Eighth ave. 

" Albion F. shoemaker, h. 31 Whittier 

" Albion L. last maker, b. 31 Whittier 

" Ansil C. house painter, h. 1 1 1 Water 

" Edward M. motorman, h. 402 Washington 

" Ellen, widow of Guy E. h. 41 Eighth ave. 

" Granville L. Rev. h. 17 Temple 

" John, morocco dresser, b. 14 Bartlett ave. 

" Phineas K. shoemaker, h. 3 Monument sq. 

" Thomas, morocco dresser, h. 14 Bartlett ave. 

" William, machine operator, rms. 17 Vine [North av. 
Tradd George E. oriental goods, 65 Merrimack, bds. 39 
Trafton Alonzo, motorman, h. 124 Emerson 

" Julia, widow of Ira, h. 124 Emerson 

" Julia A. widow of Benjamin, h. 256 Main 
Train Caroline W. widow of Rev. Arthur S. h. 131 Winter 

" John, shoemaker, b. 49 Harrison 
Trainor Frank P. shoemaker, b. 49 Harrison 

" John, shoemaker, b. 4 9 Harrison 

" Patrick, shoemaker, h. 49 Harrison 

" Peter, hatter, h. 40 Varnum 
TRASK ROBERT D. attorney-at-law, 3 Wash. sq. 
h. 13 Ferry, Br. See page 806 

" Zelpha D. widow of Robert, h. 13 Ferry, Br. 
Traynor James W. shoemaker, h. 7 Kimball 
Treadeau Mary Eliza, widow, b. 66 High 



HAVERHILL 409 DIRECTORY 



Treen Fred W. electrician, b. 43 Main [tist church 

Trefethen Andrew C. shoemaker, h. Plaistow rd. near JBap- 
Trefry Clarence N. photographer, b. 2 Ringgold 

" Stephen C, h. 2 Ringgold 

" Theodore P. parcel delivery, b. 2 Ringgold 
Trembly Arthur, shoemaker, b. 2 Beach 

" Emma, widow of Joseph, h. r. 27 Arch 

" Ernest, shoe worker, b. r. 35 Hilldale ave. 

" Henry, teamster, h. Rosemont 

" Pierre Mrs. h. 2 Beach 
Tremont Cafe, 7 Pecker 

Tribe Byron E. hairdresser, 69 Merrimack, h. 77 Main, Br. 
Tribeman Louis, hatter, h. 134 River 

" Simon, laborer, h. 104^ River 

" Simon, shoe worker, h. 144 River 
Triverso John, shoemaker, h. 4 Maxwell 
Trottier Charles J. driver, 113 Wash. h. 3 Marshall 

" John, shoemaker, rms. 247 Essex 
Trow Charles A. sole cutter, h. 16 Claremont ave. 

" Willie A. foreman, 2 Arnold pi. h. 27 Lexington av. Br. 
Troy Etta widow of James A. h. 94 Groveland 

" Ida M. Mrs. dressmaker, 32 Cedar, h. do. 

" John H. shoe laster, h. 32 Cedar 

" Levi C. clerk, 7 Wash. h. 21 Carleton ave. Br. 
TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, E. S. Merithew, prop 

66 Essex. See page 19 
Trudel Albert E. shoe cutter, b. 201 Winter 

" Alic§ H. bookkeeper, h. 201 Winter 

" Anseline O. wood, 2 Primrose, h. 201 Winter 

" Oliver O. shoe cutter, h. 53 Bateman 

" William H. master in chancery, 91 Merrimack, rms. 
12 and 13, b. 201 Winter 
True Arthur C. stock fitter, h. Sixteenth ave. 

" Frank B. cook, h. Wharf lane, R. V. 

" Lizzje M. Mrs. h. Main, R. V. 

" Minnie L. hand laundry, r. 16 Walnut, h. do. 
Trufant William R. shoemaker, h. 32 Central 
Trull Alanson M. carriage repairer, 33 Mill h. 2 Porter 

" Alfred C. clerk, 1 Washington sq. b. 18 White 

" George C. shoemaker, h. 43 Fourth ave. 
Trumbull Walter H. vice pres. 106 Merrimack, h. at Boston 
Tuccolo Anthony, shoemaker, h. r. 171 Wash. 
Tuck Charlotte M. prin. Whittier school, h. 13 Cottage 

" Frank L. carpenter, h. 41 Mechanic 

" Hattie Mrs. h. 5 walnut 




Business and Sh orth and, >p h one nsfor office nei P . 



HWjSI 



HAVERHILL 410 DIRECTORY 



Tuck Herbert E. shoemaker, h. 27 Locke, Br. 

" Mary, widow of Francis A. h. 13 Cottage 

" Walter J. mngr. 155 Winter, h. 34 Howard 
TUCK WI-LL.IAM O. stationery, wall papers, artists' 
goods and novelties, 15 Merrimack, house 57 Port- 
land. See page 16 

" William O. Jr. student, b. 57 Portland 
Tucker Agnes L. Mrs. h. 60 Auburn 

" Arthur P. shoe cutter, h. 11£ Grove 

" Charles R. shoemaker, h. 12 Fifth ave. 

" C. M. Mrs. h. 5 Ford 

" Edgar, milk striker, b. Warren C. Tucker's 

" Edward P. hairdresser, 3 Wingate, h. r. do. 

" Eliza, widow of Elbridge G. h. 19 Pecker 

" Florence Mrs. rms. 57 How 

" Francis E. Mrs. h. 4 Marshall 

" Frank E. furniture, 134 Merrimack, h. 13 Byron, Br. 

" George, machinist, rms. 14 Winter 

" Helen P. Mrs. h. 24 Cedar 

" Joseph E. clerk, 132 Merrimack, h. 13 Byron, Br. 

" M. Martina, widow of Dana H. h. 6 Sixth ave. 

" Warren C. electrician, h. Amesbury rd. c. Plaistow rd. 

" William, shoemaker, b. S. B. Tufts' Gile 

" William P. shoe mnfr. 25 Railroad sq. h. 11 Grove. 
Tufts Emma Mrs. b. 20 Summer 

" Henry E. shoe cutter, h. 1 Summit ave. Br. 

" Loman S. shoe cutter, h. Cross rd. W. H. 

" Samuel B. shoemaker, h. Gille, opp. schoolhouse 
Tupper George L. ladders, rms. 1 Ford 
Turcotte Jean B. beater out, h. 65 Bellevue ave. 

" Jean B. driver, G.H. Ellison, Stevens, h.21 Hilldale av. 
Turner Charles W. shoe cutter, b. 41 Pilling 

" Eliza, nurse, 11 Park, b. do. 

" Fannie Mrs. stitching, 68 Phoenix row, h. 130 Water 

" George, shoe cutter, b. 41 Pilling 

" James S. motorman, h. 178 Main 

" Jennette K. widow of John, h. 33 Arch 

" Jennie C Mrs. h. 51 Eastern ave. 

" John T. h. 590 Washington 

" Maria E. widow of Charles, h. 41 Pilling 

" Richard C. painter, h. 130 Water 

" William A. hairdresser, 89 Wash. h. 5 Observatory av. 

" William J. heel cutter, b. 33 Arch 
Turville Adelle, widow, b. 205 Water 
Tuttle Abbott H. beater out, rms. 157 Winter 



HAVERHILL 41 J DIRECTORY 



Tuttle Adelbert, laster, h. r. 194 Essex 

" Allison E. principal, High school, h. 65 Brockton ave. 

" Alva D. laster, h. 37 Portland 

" Arah H. shoemaker, h. 21 Hancock 

" Arthur J. shoe cutter, h. 273 Washington 

" Clara D. bookkeeper, 85 Washington, b. 37 Portland 

" Frank Mrs. h. 100 Locke 

" George W. cemetery laborer, h. Hilldale ave. c. Acorn 

" Gertrude Mrs. rms. 11 Ringgold 

" Hollis A. shoe skiver, h. 324 River 

" Howard R. printer, 91 Washington, b. 273 do. 

" Joseph E. edge setter, h. 157 Winter 

" Joseph M. driver, h. Elm pi. 

" Mary F. widow of David, h. 37 Portland 

" Stephen M. laborer, b. Gile, n. Newton rd. 

" Willie, asst. fireman, 161 Water, h. 16 Green 

"■ Woodbury D. beater out, b. 37 Portland 
Tuxbury George A. shoe cutter, h. 136 Portland 

" John M. shoemaker, h. 4 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Lucy A. h. 136 Portland 

" Mary E. widow of John, h. 4 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Thurston P. shoemaker, b. 4 Bradford ave. Br. 

" Warren E. shoemaker, b. 4 Bradford ave. Br. 
Twombley Allen G. foreman, 83 Wash. h. at Groveland 

" William, shoemaker, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" William J. foreman, 17 Locust, h. 25 Portland 
Twombly Alice Mrs. shoe stitcher, h. 9 Hancock 

" Charles A. (C. A. Twombly & Co.) h. 27 Salem, Br. 

" C. A.&Co. (Chas. A. Twombly) undertakers, 18 Court 

" Frank E. shoe cutter, rms. 401 Washington x 

" Fred A. farmer, h. Boston rd. W. H. 

" Frederick W. driver, Hose 1, 20 Essex, rms. do. 

" Henry, shoemaker, h. Winona ave. c. Jasper 
Tyler Charles H. heel scourer, h. 12 Beach 

" Clarence Mrs. h. 1 Johnson, Br. 

i( Clarence F. flagman, Ward Hill sta. h. Cross rd. n. do. 

" Elmira M. widow of Charles R. h. 3 Mill 

" Henry P. pawnbroker, 102 Merrimack, h. 80 Main 

" Leverett W. b. 5 Byron, Br. 

" Mary F. h. 21 Pecker 

" Shank Co. (T. Frank Tyler) Island Park, Br. 

" T. Frank (Tyler Shank Co.) h. 244 Salem, Br. 

" Willard C. h. 5 Byron, Br. 

" William T. shoe cutter, h. 7 Observatory ave. 

SEE? H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

9 Merrimack and 85 Water Streets. 



HAVERHILL 412 DIRECTORY 



Tynan Catherine, widow of James H. h. 131 Cedar 

" Martin J. hatter, b. 131 Cedar 
Tyrrell Alfred B. upholstery goods and paper hangings, 12 
and 14 Merrimack, h. 141 Cedar 

UNDERHILL HENRY E. cashier, 91 Merrimack, rm. 
47, b. 26 Fountain 
" Jeremiah, farmer, h. 61 Broadway 
" William H. apothecary, B. h. 26 Fountain 

Underwood Charles F. (N. A. Gove Co.) and salesman, 19 
Washington sq. rms. 8 Park [Wash. 

Union Special Sewing Machine Co. N. Crosby, agent, 108 
" Wholesale Grocery Co. S. I. Carpenter, 11 Railroad sq. 

United Shoe Machinery Co. A. E. Smith, agent. 114 Wash. 

Upfield Delia, asst. supt. Hale Hospital, h. do. 

Upson Wallace, operative, h. 3 Bateman 

Upton Caroline, widow of Elisha, h. 5 Park 
" Edwin G. sole cutter, h. Pearson, W. H. 

Urquhart Herbert U. clerk, 9 Emerson, h. at Georgetown 
" Pearl C. Mrs. housekeeper, 33 Emerson [Main 

" William S. supt. at Plaistow, N. H. h. Talmouth ave. n. 

VACHON CHARLES, shoemaker, b. Maxwell, next River 

" Thomas, shoemaker, h. 304 River 
Vadeboncoeur Adelord J. shoemaker, h. 21 Willie 

" Armine, widow of Joseph, h. 16 High 

" Eugene, beater out, h. 2 Hilldale ave. 

" Hermine, asst. 160 Merrimack, b. 16 High 

" Odilon, shoemaker, h. 16 Willie 

" Wilfred, shoemaker, b. 16 High 
Valentine Arthur B. shoe cutter, b. 3 New, Br. 

" Edward B. shoe cutter, h. 3 New, Br. 

" Frederick A. nail maker, b. 3 New, Br. 

" George E. shoe cutter, h. 72 Summer 

" Gertrude A. h. 22 Lafayette, Br. [ette, Br. 

" Harry H. engineer, B. & N. power station, b. 22 Lafay- 

" William B. shoe cutter, b. 3 New, Br. 
Vallaire Arthur, hatter, b. 8 Garfield 
Vallee Lucy Mrs. grocer, 254 Hilldale ave. h. 252 do. 

" Ovid, ins. agent, 91 Merrimack, h. 252 Hilldale ave. 
Valliere Clara, widow of Joseph, h. 2 Lafayette ave. 

" Hubert, shoemnker, h. 2 Lafayette ave. 
Vancelette Hermidas, shoemaker, h. 30 Broadway 
Vanwart George, hostler, 25 Fleet, h. 1 Hammond ct. 
Varney Alroid O. shoe cutter, h. 14 Howard 



HAVERHILL 413 DIRECTORY 



HARRY S. VAUGHN, 

^"Cas TUpbolsterer anb 

rJZZZ« ins . . ♦ decorator. 

Furniture Repairing and Mattresses Made Oyer. 
Steam Carpet Cleaning and Laying. 

BLANKETS CLEANSED AND REBOUND, £7 .00 a Pair. N. E. Tel. 

36 Merrimack Street, Haverhill, Mass. 

Varney Bessie F. music teachkr, 27 Wellington ave. b. do. 

" Charles H. h. 50 Washington ave. 

" Charles A. telegrapher, b. 27 Wellington ave. 

" Everett E. shoemaker, h. 96 Kimball, Br. 

" Frank W. carpenter, h. Peabody, n. Salem, Br. 

" Helen M. Mrs. dressmaker, 103 Merrimack, rms. 3 to 5, 
h. 14 Howard 

" John C. (The Fuller Studio) 69 Merrimack, h. Winona 
ave. opp. Sagamore 

" Lindley H. music teacher, b. 27 Wellington ave. 

" L. D. clerk, h. 66 Summer 
Varville Joseph, coachman, 144 Arlington, b. do. 
Vaughan Harry W. salesman, Murray Bros. Co. house at 
Groveland 

" Jeremiah T. shoemaker,, h. 33 Blossom, Br. 
Vaughn Charles E., McKay operator, rms. 13 Portland 

" Charles E. Mrs. nurse, b. 13 Portland 
VAUGHN HARRY S. upholsterer, 36 Merrimack, 

h. Fourteenth ave. n. Cedar. See above 
Veasey Alice, rms. 59 Main 

VEASEY ARTHUR D. prop. Groveland Woolen 
Mills, h. 4 Windsor. See page 828 

" Edward J. provisions, h. 11 Fernald ave. 

" George D. provisions, 97 Main, Br. h. 21 Chestnut, do. 

" Herbert G. clerk, 79 Merrimack, b. 21 Chestnut, Br. 

" Isabella H. widow of Dennis, h. 41 Highland ave. 
Venn Frederick, shoe cutter, h. 19 Doane, Br. 
Venturo Angelo, shoemaker, h. 47 Ayer 
Verburgt Albert W. laster, h. 41 Grove 
Verette Albert J. shoe cutter, b. 36 Willie 






NOnWAN S RflTT* carpenter and builder 

llUAHLiUl 0. UULD, milling and general repairing 
Odd Sasies and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

N. E. Tel., 466-2. People's Tel., 36-4. 



HAVERHILL 414 DIRECTORY 



Verette Louis, carpenter, h. 36 Willie 

" Celina V. Mrs. lodging house, 27 How 

" Jeremie V. carpenter, h. 36 Willie 
Verrill Benjamin F. Mrs. h. 75 Water 

" David, farmer, h. 16 Fleet 
Vickery Dexter B. photographer, h. 19 Highland ave. 

" Herman C. shoe cutter, h. 214 Lawrence 
Vigneault's Hampstead & Westville, N. H. Express, 31 

Merrimack 
Villaire Edward D. shoemaker, h. 105 Main, Br. 

" William J. shoe cutter, b. 105 Main, Br. 
Villars Arthur E. hatter, b. 8 Garfield 

" George H. compositor, b, 3 Garfield 

" Martin, rms. 174 Merrimack 
Villeneuve Diana O. bookkeeper, 30 Lafayette sq h. 28 do. 

" Emille (I. M. Villeneuve & Co.) h. 11 New 

" Henry I. (I. M. Villeneuve & Co.) h. 28 Lafayette sq. 

" Isidore M. (I: M. Villeneuve & Co.) h. 28 Lafayette sq. 

" I. M. & Co. (Isidore M., Thomas A., Emille and Henry 
I.) groceries and hardware, 26 and 30 Lafayette sq. 

" Joseph A. clerk, 295 River, b. 291 do. 

" Joseph H. grocer, 295 River, h. 291 do. 

" Thomas A. (I. M. Villeneuve & Co.) h. 28 Lafayette sq. 
Vincent Arthur, shoemaker, b. 4 Lafayette ave. 

" Clara M. rms. 53 Main 

" Charles A. shoemaker, h. 4 Lafayette ave. 

" Harry C. produce, h. 5 N. Broadway 

" Matilda, widow of Edward, h. 20 Spruce 

'" Matilda, widow of Hermidos, h. 2 Broadway 

" , widow, rms. 27 Washington ave. 

Vine Ann M. Mrs. h. 138 Main 

" Annie M. seamstress, b. 138 Main 

" Benjamin C. shoe cutter, h. 106 Groveland 

" Elwood N. foreman, 93 Essex, h. 142 Main 

" George R. laster, b. 1 38 Main 

" Horace M. foreman, 50 Wingate, h. 83 Portland 

" Jacob W. foreman, 86 Washington, h. 72 White 

" Jesse J. shoe cutter, h. 23 Locke, Br. 

" Lulu W. clerk, 140 Merrimack, b. 138 Main 
Vining Henry C. foreman, 51 Wash. rms. 36 Wash. ave. 
Vinnecour Jacob, shoemaker, h. 189 River 

" Morris, shoemaker, h. 189 River 
Virgin Harry Solon, shoemaker, b. 52 W'hittier 

" John S. (Virgin & Mansell) h. 16 Merrimack 

" Sarah J. widow of Charles K. h. 16 Merrimack 



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Virgin Sarah M. dressmaker, rms. 16^ Summer 

" Solon, heeler, h. 52 Whittier 

" & Mansell (John S. Virgin and Fred Mansell) soles, 
taps, basement, 88 Washington 
Vittum Joseph W. h. 134 Main 

" Morrill S. h. 123 Portland 

" William S. fire insurance and real estate, 174 Merri- 
mack, rms. 134 Main 
Volkins Kostin, hatter, h. 63 River [do. 

Von Mach Edmond, teacher of art, Bradford Academy, b. 
Vose Alphia L. teacher, Portland school, b. 376 Water 

" Charles W. printer, 19 Wash. b. 376 Water 

" J. Wesley, heeler, h. 376 Water 

WACHUSETT CLUB, 3 Bridge 

" Thread Co. Morse & Proctor, agents, 136 Washington 
Wade Abner R. heel mnfr. 62 Wash. h. 18 Allen, Br. 

" J. Edward, job printer, 34 Wash. rms. 60 Arlington 

" Robert E. student, b. 18 Allen, Br. 
Wadleigh Albion E., R. R. engineer, h. 135 Elm, Br. 

" Amanda B. widow of Levi C. h. 22 Summer 

" Frank, conductor, B. & M. R. R. rms. 50 Wash. ave. 

" George C. (L. C. Wadleigh & Sons) h. 3 Richmond 

" John R. student, b. 22 Summer 

" L. C. & Sons (George C. Wadleigh) last mnfrs. 27 gj 
Granite gm 

" Philip N. h. 18 Highland ave. gg 

Wadley Henry W. shoemaker, h. 83 Kenoza ^* 

Wagg Amanda, widow, h. 14 Freeman ^ 

" Benjamin I. hatter, h. 25 Hancock 

" George G. foreman, 270 River, h. 14 Freeman 
Wah Kee, laundry, 41 Main, Br. h. do. ga^ 

Wahl Caroline, widow of Jacob, b. 84 Howard mm* 

Wainod Victor, shoemaker, h. 8 South ■ 

Waitt Ella L. shoe stitcher, h. 23 William 
Wakefield Arthur G. clerk, 13 Main, Br. b. 57 Kimball, do. £ 

" Elmer E. sole cutter, h. 213 Salem, Br. B m 

" Frank E. shoe cutter, h. Amesbury rd. n. Whittier rd. O > 

" Frank W. shoemaker, rms. 59 Main 

" Henry G. carpenter, h. 59 Central, Br. 

" James H. sole cutter, h. 57 Kimball, Br. 

" M. Edna, teacher, High school, b. 6 Chadwick, Br. "V 

Waldo Harlan P. (Day & Waldo) heel mnfr. Boston rd. h 






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Waldo Herbert C. sub letter carrier, h. Waldo ct. W. H. 
Waldron Michael, h. 120 Primrose 

" Michael E. beater out, h. 124 Primrose 

" Samuel O. shoemaker, h. 206 Kenoza 

" Thomas F. soles, 54-56 Wingate, h. 62 Kenoza a e. 
Wales Charles L. shoe cutter, h. 18 Coffin ave. 

" Charles W. hostler, r. 25 Main 

" Harris E. student, b. 26 Pleasant, Br. 

" Herbert E. dentist, 82 Merrimack, h. 26 Pleasant, Br. 

" James L. Mrs. h. Riverside ave. next the bridge 

" Royal L. teacher, M. I. T„ B. b. Riverside ave. next 
the bridge 
Walker Alexander H. carpenter, h. 1 Dexter 

" Alonzo B. foreman, C. K. Fox, h. 3 Wash. sq. 

" Arthur B. baker, 79 Water, h. 9 Webster 

" Benjamin, painter, b. 16 How 

" Charles W. shoe packer, rms. 20 Portland 

" Edgar H. insurance, 593 Washington, h. do. 

" Edward N. shoemaker, h. Eudora, n. Hilldale ave. 

" Eugene E. shoe cutter, h. 35 Stage 

" Fordyce M. heel finisher, h. 89 Emerson 

" Fred S. h. 83 Broadway 

" George E. clerk, 23 Merrimack, b. 593 Wash. 

" George F. capt. S. F. E. 4, h. 18 Stage 

" Hattie A. music teacher, 593 Wash. b. do. 

" Hugh, shoemaker, h. 223 Winter 

" James C. engineer, 8 Bridge 

" James M. box maker, h. Main, bey. High, Br. 

" John, clerk, 206 Merrimack 

" John J. upholsterer, h. 25 Kimball, Br. 

" Martin, fireman, h. 6 High 

" Mary A. stitcher, b. 4 Chadwick, Br. 

" Sarah E. widow of Franklin L. h. 6 Bartlett [ster 

" Sarah S. Mrs. carpet maker, 20 Merrimack, h. 6 Web- 

" Solomon, farmer, h. 322 Lowell ave. 

" William, h. 13 Chestnut 
Wallace Annie, clerk, 76 Merrimack, b. 234 Winter 

" Charles E. hairdresser, 4 Water, h. 51 Auburn 

" Chester D. hairdresser, 4 Water, b. 51 Auburn 

" David, bar clerk, Eagle House, b. do. 

" David J. grocer, 232 Winter, h. 234 do. 

" George H. hairdresser, 62 Main, Br. h. Chadwick rd. do. 

" George M. clerk, 56 Merrimack, b. 234 Winter 

" James, asst. 35 Main, rms. 2 Elm pi. 

" James, second chef, Eagle House, b. do. 



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Wallace Margaret M. stenographer, 357 River, rms. 17 
Vine 

" Warren E. shoemaker, h. River rd. R. V. [55 White 

te Wilfred F. teacher mandolin, 208 Merrimack, house 
Walter Mattie J. widow, h. 56 Portland 
Walton Fred, laborer, rms. 55 Emerson 

" James, shoemaker, h. 483 Washington 

" John, machine oper. rms. 1 Temple 

" T. h. 9 Marion 
Walukewich Joseph, grocer, 117 River, h. do. 
Waning Frank W. (Waning & Garvin) h. 226 Kenoza 

" Frank W. Mrs. h. 19 Washington ave. 

" & Garvin (Frank W. Waning and Frank M. Garvin) 
shoe mnfrs. r. 22 Phoenix row 
Warburton Abraham, machinist, h. 41 Arch 

" Cecil R. shoemaker, h. 12 Haverhill 

" Mary A. widow of Abraham, h. 2 North 
Ward Edward W. foreman, 190 Essex, h. 4 Broadway 

" Frank R. shoe cutter, rms. 15 Temple 

" James, plasterer, h. 49 Primrose 

" Lemuel W. carpenter, r. 106 Merrimack, h. 32 Byron, Br. 

" Lucretia, widow of James S. h. 7 Beacon 

" Richard E. carpenter, h. 68 Main, Br. 
Wardman Braham, painter, 31 Franklin, h. do. 
Wardwell Adrianna S. widow of Zenas C. h. 20 Park 

" J. Otis, lawyer, B. h. Richmond, c. Park 
Wares B. Harvey, cutter, b. 16 Mechanic 

" J. Gurttey, pattern maker, b. 16 Mechanic 

" Rebecca, widow of Abel, h. 16 Mechanic 
Warner Asa K. carpenter, h. Marsh ave. c. Main 

" Carl, machinist, b. 35 Main, Br. 

" Edward S. upholsterer, 7 Fleet, h. 156 Webster 

" Harry, rms. 5 Washington sq. 

" Henry F. ins. agent, h. 35 Main, Br. 
Warren Abbie M. widow of Jesse A. h. 16 Chadwick, Br. 

" Edgar W. painter, b. 19 Ninth ave. [Br. 

" Flora, bookkeeper, 132 Merrimack, b. 16 Chadwick, 

" John, mill hand, rms. 92 Locke 

" John V. night watchman, 10 Stage, h. 9 Eastern ave. 

" Joseph' H. h. 19 Ninth ave. 

" Lizzie S. Mrs. b. 20 Fernald ave. 

" Samuel M. salesman, 130 Washington, h. 7 Central 

" Timothy, h. 29 New 

" Webster W. farmer, h. N. Main, n. Plaistow line 

" William W. cook, rms. 125 Water 




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Wasbrook Adolph, painter, h. 158 Winter 
Washburn Arthur S. motorman, rms. 450 River 

" Isaac E. carpenter, 4 Highland, Br. h. do. 
Washington Albert, coachman, b. 35 Ashland 

" Edward L. shoemaker, h. 22 Stage 

" Elizabeth Mrs. h. 5 Cypress 

" George, laborer, h. r. 101 Franklin 

" Shoe Co. (J. H. Winchell & Co.) 17 Locust 
Wason Elbndge, letter carrier, h. 72 Cedar 

" E. Howard, clerk, 8 Merrimack, b. 72 Cedar 
WASON GEORGE M. milk dealer, 696 Main, bey. 
Dustin sq. h. do. See page 2 [ilton ave. 

" Lauren S. heels, etc. basement 116 Wash. h. 36 Ham- 

" Newman W. shoe cutter, h. 42 Hancock 
Waterman Emily J. widow of William H. h. Hilldale ave. 
c. Rosemont [c. Rosemont 

" George L. farmer and paper box cutter, h. Hilldale av. 

" Harriet I. H. Mrs. dressmaker, Hilldale ave. c. Rose- 
mont, h. do. 
Watnek Louis, shoe repairer, 144 Wash. h. 149 River 
Watson Ann E. h. 14 Doane, Br. 

" Catherine, widow of Rankin, h. 45 Arch 

" Charles H. painter, h. 238 Washington 

" Frank E. salesman, 74 Phoenix row, h. 32 Park 

" Frank S. painter, b. 238 Washington [thorn, Br. 

" Frederick L. music teacher, 91 Merrimack, h. 4 Haw- 

" George E. farmer, h. 473 Salem, Br. 

" Harry W. veterinary, 24 Essex, rms. 83 Emerson 

" Henri R. shoemaker, h. 86 Cedar 

" Inez L. clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 6 Charles 

" John, mason, 35 Warren, Br. h. do. 

" Joseph E. shoemaker, h. 79 Groveland 

" Mary Mrs. b. 48 Moore 

" Mercy, dressmaker, 35 Warren, Br. h. do. 

" Moody M. hairdresser, rms. 25 Water 

" Rankin Mrs. (D. B. Bean & Co.) coal and wood, 198J 
Merrimack and 175 Wash. h. 45 Arch 

" Robert M. shoe packer, h. 5 Ashworth ter. 

" Sarah E. widow of Daniel S. h. 6 Charles 

" Thomas, mason, b. 35 Warren, Br. 

" William H. farmer, b 473 Salem, Br. 
Watt Isabelle G. dressmaker, rms. 4 Ashland 

" James, gardener, h. 3 Ashland 

" Mabel, clerk, 140 Main, b. 128 Main 
Watts Alma J. clerk, 15 Merrimack, b. 43 Arc.i 



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Watts Edelbert, box maker, h. 109^ Emerson 

" E. Maud, cashier, b. 28 Kent 

" Faustina E. teacher, Crowell school, b. 28 Kent 

" James F. machine operator, h. 43 Arch 

" John J. metermam, h. Cedar, c. Fourteenth ave. 

" Leroy P. machine oper. b. 43 Arch 

" Seth S. cook, 12 Main, h. 28 Kent 
Way Alexander, laborer, h. 11 Lancaster 

" Clara, widow of Alonzo A. h. 50 Summer 
Weatherbee Elisha H. horse shoer, h. 81 Main 

" William, laster, h. 4 Plummer 
Weaver Carlos T. h. 14 Arlington 

" Jerusha F. widow of Hiram, h. 14 Arlington [b. do. 
Webb Annie A. widow of Daniel, dressmaker, 15 Ferry, Br. 

" Emma E. h. 7 Dustin 

" Frank H. student, b. 7 Dnstin 

" Pierre A. letter carrier, h. 7 Dustin 

" William W. shoemaker, h. 25 Arch ave. 
Webber Howard, shoemaker, b. 32 Mechanic 

" Ned D. ins. agent, h. 14 Summer, Br. 

" Olive M. widow of Henry B. h. 32 Mechanic 
Webster Albert E. mason, 1 Little River, h. do. 

" Alvah D. carpenter, h. 23 Eastern ave. 

'* Anna J. widow of Edwin, h. Broadway, c. Lake 

" Bertram E. shoemaker, rmt. 29 Washington ave. 

" B. Judson, beater out, h. 69 Portland 

" Carl H. b. William M. Webster's, Br. 

" Charles M. shoemaker, h. 7 Jackson 

" Charles W. gardener, h. E. Broadway, n. grist mill 

" Charles W. stitcher, h. 76 Emerson 

" Clara, h. Broadway, bey. Cong, church 

" David R. h. 25 Vine 

" Ebenezer, farmer, h. Broadway, bey. Forest 

" Edward, farmer, h. Broadway, bey. Forest 

" Edward A. foreman, 24 Duncan, h. 26 Columbia park 

" Edward F. farmer, h. Forest, n. Lowell ave. 

" Edwin A. edge stitcher, h. 4 Proctor 

" Edwin F. stock fitter, h. Broadway, n. Univ. church 

" Elsie G. teacher, b. Eben Webster's [W. P. 

" Emily, widow of Ellsworth, h. Broadway, bey. Liberty, 

" Florence I. teacher, b. 25 Summer 

" Foster H. box maker, h. 20 Kent 

" Francis E. shoe cutter, h. 3 Maple ave. Br. 

" Fred E. shoe cutter, h. 2 Observatory ave. 

" Fred H. shoe cutter, b. Mrs. Emily Webster's 

coTi*., H. L. TAYLOR & CO. 

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Webster Fred W. clerk, 28 Merrimack, b. 76 Elm, Br. 
George A. express, Main, bey. High, Br. h. do. 
George F. S. shoe cutter, b. Mrs. Emily Webster's 
George H. (G. W. Webster & Son) h. 183 Main 
George L. shoe contractor, 64 Wingate, h. Ill Winter 
George M. clerk, 57 Merrimack, b. Eagle House 
George M. foreman, 64 Wingate, h. 35 Davenport 
George P. adv. solicitor, 4 Main, h. at N. Boxford 
George W. (G. W. Webster & Son) h. 24 Highland av. 
George W. 2d, sole sorter, h. 166 Main [Wash. 

G. W. & Son (George W. and George H.) soles, 130 
Harold A. shoe mnfr. North ave. opp. Passaconway av. 

h. do. 
Harriet M. widow of Alpheus, h. 73 Locke 
Harry H. lawyer, b. 25 Main, Br. 
House, Mrs. Florence Mitchell, prop. 5 Washington 
Howard W. farmer, h. Broadway, bey. Lake 
Ira, farm hand, b. 176 N. Broadway 
Ira J. shoe mnfr. Vila, h. 176 N. Broadway 
Isaac A. farmer, h. Broadway, bey. Lake 
Isaiah J. farmer, h. Broadway, bey. Lake 
Jackson (B. F. Leighton & Co.) whol. grocer, Batch- 
elder, h. 39 North ave. 
John F. teamster, 198^ Merrimack, b. 196 do. 
John F. waiter, 24 Main, h. 20 Kent 
John P. shoemaker, Amesbury rd. bey. Elliott, h. do. 
Julia A. widow of William W. h. Broadway, bey. Lake 
Leverett, farmer, h. Lowell ave. next bey. schoolhouse 
Lizzie H. teacher, Winter st. school, b. 1 Jackson 
Mary E. teacher music, public schools, h. 25 Main, Br. 
Mary E. widow of Daniel F. h. 2 Chestnut, Br. 
Mira N. Mrs dressmaker, 76 Elm, Br. h. do. 
Nacissa Caroline, widow of Uriah, h. 20 Kent 
Nathan P. stripper, h. 35 Davenport 
Nellie J. widow of J. Lewis, h. 50 Winter 
Nellie M. bookkeeper, 133 Merrimack, b. 11 Portland 
Nettie L. h. 2 Bradley ave. 
Osmond P. shoemaker, h. 20 Howard 
Richard, real estate, 19 Washington, h. 25 Summer 
Shoe Machine Co. A. P. Jaques, sec. and treas. 67 

Washington 
Sophia, h. Broadway, bey. Forest 
Stafford D. jobber, h. 16 Ashland 
Susan L. widow of David 3d, h. 57 North ave. 
Urania F. h. 773 Main 



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Webster Willard P. slipper mnfr. 34 Wash. rms. Hotel 
Bartlett 

" William G. shoemaker, h. 46 Nichols 

" William H. helper, 19 Court, b. 16 Ashland 

" William M. asst. undertaker, 39 Main, h. Main, opp. 
High, Br. 

" W. Herbert, farmer, b. Mrs. J. A. Webster's 
Weeden Evelyn A. h. 9 Dover 
Weeks Augustus, carpenter, 4 West, h. 24 Howland 

" Horace A. real estate, 46 School B. h. 49 Webster 

" Leola B. nurse, rms. 21 Merrimac, Br. 

" Lillia, widow of Charles E. h. 45 Howard 
Weir William H. ins. agt. 3 Wash. sq. h. 10 John 
Welch Abram J. farmer, h. Chadwick rd. Br. 

" Andrew, hatter, h. 63 Jackson 

" Bert E. cook. b. 6 Coral 

" Bradford, edge setter, b. 3 Currier pi. 

" Catherine, widow of Joseph, b. 50 Kimball, Br. 

'• Charles C. shoe cutter, h. Chadwick rd. Br. 

" Ellen, widow of Michael, h. 14 Norfolk 

" Elmer W. foreman, h. 379 Washington 

" Frank J. shoemaker, b. 63 Jackson 

" Frank P. shoe heeler, h. Rockland, n. Broadway 

" Frank S, h. 379 Washington 

" Frank W. shoemaker, h. 39 Curtis 

" George H. foreman, 260 River, h. 3 Hawthorn 

" George H. musician, b. A. J. Welch's 

" Hezekiah G. salesman, 31 Granite, h. 177 Mill 

" James, shoemaker, h. 21 West 

" James Jr. beater out, b. 21 W T est 

" John, laster, b. 21 West 

" John, shoe cutter, b. 21 Charles 

" John A. shoemaker, bds. 63 Jackson 

" John W. shoemaker, b. 63 Jackson 

" John E. shoemaker, h. Bradstreet ave. W. H. 

" Joshua A. stableman, 25 Fleet, rms. 26 Pecker 

" Julia A. S. h. 34 Main, Br. 

" L. Estelle, widow of John, h. 177 Mill 

" Margie Mrs. h. 164 Merrimack 

" Martha A. and Harriet F. h. 379 Washington 

" Mary, widow of Horace, h. 77 Broadway 

" Mary G. and Abbie E. paper box makers, h. 379 Wash. 

" Melville C. painter, h. 6 Coral 

" Minnie F. bookkeeper, 90 Merrimack, b. 15 Rockland 

" Parker, nailer, h. 3 Currier pi. 

NORfflAN S. COLE. '"""■ '"" """"" 



-AND WHITENING.- 

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Welch Patrick, mill operative, h. 68 Primrose 

" Patrick T. waiter, 12 Main, rms. 26 Pecker 

" Richard, shoemaker, h. Lowell ave. bey. Forest 

" Richard H. plumber, h. 557 Main 

" Robert B. h. 248 Salem, Br. [Hill 

" Sarah P. widow of Moses T. h. Plaistow rd. n. Sanders 

" Sidney E. heel cutter, h. 31 Grove 

" Sidney E. Mrs. (CarTrey & Welch) h. 31 Grove 

" Sylvester, shoemaker, h. 77 Broadway 

" Thomas, coachman, h. 121 Cedar 

" Thomas, shoemaker, b. 21 West 

" William, morocco dresser, b. 57 Primrose W. H. 

" William, shoemaker, b. J. E. Welch's, Bradstreet, ave. 

" William E. machinist, rms. 2 Spring 

" see Walsh [Brockton ave. 

Weldon Arthur M. picture framer, 105 Merrimack, b. 67 

" John, waiter, rms. 139 Merrimack 

" John D. h. 67 Brockton ave. [ton ave. 

" Russell F. shoe patterns. 32 Washington, h. 67 Brock- 
Welling Sherman J. lineman, 161 W 7 ater, h. 3 Munroe 
Wells Charles E. hatter, h. 16 Washington ave. 

" Charles H. shoe cutter, h. 43 Kenoza ave. 

" Edward F. painter, h. 26 Orchard 

" Lizzie T. h. 7 Charles 

" Nelson J. trav. salesman, rms. Hotel Bartlett 

" Oreanna, stitcher, h. 9 Grand 

" William, shoemaker, h. 7 Hazeltine, Br. 
Welsh Michael, car repairer, h. r. 26 Kent 
Wentworth Abbie, widow of Eli P. h. 202 Main 

« Albert, h. 34 Portland 

" Arthur D. foreman, 365 River, h. 12 Shepherd 

" Arthur H. cut soles, 61 and 63 Wingate, h. 202 Main 

" Austin N. shoemaker, b. 5 Hillside ave. 

" Benjamin F. carpenter, b. 44 Water 

" Calvin W. shoemaker, h. 2o Howard 

" Charles W T . h. 19 Lindel 

" Edwin C. carpenter, Rosemont, n. Main, h. do. 

" Frank P. edge setter, h. 59 Hancock 

" George B. carpenter, h. 554 Main 

" George E. cook, h. 10 Garden ct. [h. at Merrimac 

" George W. real estate, 103 Merrimack, rms. 11 and 13, 

" Guy, wood heel maker, b. 38 Lincoln ave. 

" Harris M. blacksmith, h. Hilldale ave. n. Rosemont 

'■ Hattie L. h. 19 Lindel 

" Horace W. farmer, h. Rosemont, n. Main 



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Wentworth Howard W. shoe cutter, rms. 5 Washington 
" Irving G. shoemaker, h. r. 15 Arch 
" Ida J. music teacher, 91 Merrimack, b. 19 Lindel 
" Mary L, massage, 55£ Webster, h. do. 
" Nellie F. teacher, Currier school, b. 23 Howark 
" Ralph, A. clerk, r. 166 Merrimack, b. 4 Rosemont 

Wescott Charles Fred (Wescott & Shannon) h. 8 Summer, 

Br. [non) masons, r. 1 Water 

" & Shannon, (Charles F. Wescott and Edgar F. Shan- 

Weselowski Peter, laborer, h. end Bennington 

West Abbie J. widow of Lemuel, h. 46 Mill 
" Alice E. Mrs. clerk, h. 378 Main 
" A. Elizabeth, h. 24 Green 
" Edward L. shoe cutter, h. 378 Main 
" Everett C. shoe cutter, h. Seventeenth ave. n. Main 
" Frank H. farmer, h. 85 Millvale rd. 
" Fred M. clerk, 122 Emerson, h. 60 Arlington 
" George, shoemaker, rms. 1 6 How 
" George F. clerk, 68 Merrimack, h. 126 Water 
" Harry, porter, Pentucket Club, rms. do. 
" Helen S. bookkeeper, 97 Merrimack, b. 4 Vine 
" Henry K. poultry, off Amesbury rd. bey. Kenoza, h. do. 
" Horace G. (Lane & West) grocer, 122 Emerson, h. 17 

Fountain 
" James A. shoemaker, h. 8 Pecker st. ct. 
" James F. manager, Academy of Music, 103 Merrimack, C3 
h. 17 Park ^ 

" John N. farm hand, h. Elliot, n. Amesbury rd. — 

" Lydia J. widow of Charles H. h. 86 Locke SB 

" Mary E. Mrs. b. 60 Arlington 

" Mary E. h. 12 Ferrv, Br. CT5> 

" Mary F. h. 24 Green O 

" Mary H. widow of Edwin, h. 24 Green 
" Nellie M. widow of W 7 illiam L. b. 5 Vine [Water 

" Onesiphorus M. supt. of buildings, City Hall, h. 126 < 
" Orestes, farmer, and wood, 5 Kimball, Br. h. do. § 

" Sarah A. widow of Edward E. h. 25 Summer H j£ 

" Silas (West & Barry) h. 62 Central, Br. O ^ 

" Susan J. widow of Clement A. h. 23 Oak 3 JJ 

" Thomas H. farm hand, b. 85 Millvale rd. , » 

" William H. r. 22 Phoenix row, h. 3 Lincoln 2 gj 

" William J. sole cutter, b. 46 Mill m E 

" & Barry (Silas West and Thomas Barry) props. Haver- • ^ 



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Western Union Telegraph and Cable Co. 198 Merrimack 
and Haverhill R. R. station 

Weston Mary Mrs. b. 98^ Merrimack 
" Thomas, ins. agt. 3 Wash. sq. h. 49 Auburn 

Wetherbee Belle B. teacher of physical culture, Bradford 
Academy, b. do. 

Wetherell Albert L. h. Main, n. N. H. line [way ave. 

Weymouth Willie A. carpenter, h. North ave. n. Passacon- 

Whaleu James, hatter, h: 1 Varnum 
" James, shoe cutter, rms. 8 Dustin 
" John, shoemaker, b. 1 Varnum 
" Mamie G. clerk, 470 River, h. 1 Varnum 
" Robert, heel cutter, rms. 114 Merrimack 

Wheeler Abbie A. widow of Charles S. dressmaker, 6J 
Baldwin, h. do. 
" Annie M. private school, 13 Park, h. do. 
" Fred W. painter, h. 5 Park ave. [h. 48 Chestnut 

" George A. (McGratty & Wheeler) doors, etc. 44 Main, 
" George M. shoemaker, h. Hazel, n. Rosemont station 
" Harry E. shoe packer, h. Crystal, n. Broadway, A. V. 
" Nellie P. matron, police station, Court, h. 4 Vine 
" Sarah M. widow of Edward, h. 39 Warren, Br. 
" William H. shoemaker, h. 56 Howard 
" William W. shoe cutter, rms. 1 1 1 Emerson 
" & Wilson Mnfg. Co. sewing machines, 1 Railroad sq. 

Whelan James, rms. 8 Dustin 
" Patrick, laborer, h. 218 Winter 

Whelpley Richard B. carpenter, h. 50 Scott 

Whidden Harriet L. bookkeeper, 61 WTngate, b. 31 Green 
" Henry O. shoemaker, h. 31 Green 
" James W. bottler, 17 Water, h. 56 How 
" John C. carpenter, h. 21 Pleasant, Br. 
" John C. Mrs. dressmaker, 21 Pleasant, Br. h. do. 
" J. Herbert, carpenter, h. 7 Chadwick, Br. 

Whipple Annie S. Mrs. h. 78 Broadway 
" Elmer E. captain, Protective No. 1, h. 13 Webster 

Whitaker Ada, clerk, 142 Essex, b. 37 Davenport 
" Albert E. (Whitaker & Bodwell) 50 Wash. h. 59 Emerson 
" Benjamin B. farmer, h. North ave. n. N. H. line 
" Elsie C. bookkeeper, 113 Merrimack, b. 383 Wash. 
" Harrison, sole cutter, b. Sarah Whitaker's, North ave. 
" Mary E. h. North ave. n. N. H. line 
" Sarah, h. North ave. n. N. H. line 
" W. Franklin, farmer, h. North ave. n. N. H. line 



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Whitaker & Bodwell (Albert E. Whitaker and Charles A. 
Bodwell) soles, 52 Washington 

" see Whittaker 
Whitcomb George, heel cutter, b. 25 Webster 

" Myron L. (J. H. Winchell & Co., and Island Park 
Box Co.) h. 43 Pleasant 

" William A. coachman, 4 6 Park, h. 25 Webster 
White Agnes M. Mrs. rms. 29 Washington ave. 

" Alexander, painter, h. 48 Moore 

" Alfred C. supt. 91 Merrimack, rm. 47, h. 91 Fountain 

" Ann, widow of Thomas, h. Broadway, A. V. at the line 

" Belle Mrs. rms. 7 Orchard 

" Burton, sec. 2 Gilman pi. rms. 38 Wash. ave. 

" Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 19 Burke 

" Edward N. h. 20 Vine 

" Eli M. foreman, 34 Washington, h. 126 Water 

" Ervin, motorman, rms. 4 Marble 

" frank (W. C. Bennett & Co.) plumber, 38 Emerson, 
h. 30 Howard 

" Frank E. hairdresser, 37 Locust 

" Fred L. clerk, 145 Merrimack, h. 2 Pine, Br. 

" Frederick W. carpenter, h. 22 Eleventh ave. 

" Frederick W. Jr. shoemaker, b. 22 Eleventh ave. 

" George Mrs. h. 17 How 

" Georgia, clerk, 76 Merrimack, h. 22 Eleventh ave. 

" Karry, farm hand, A. W. Buttrick, Broadway, b. do. ' 

" Henry, hairdresser, rms. 8 Lafayette, Br. 

" Henry J. hairdresser, 52 Wash. b. 48 Pecker 
WHITE JAMES W. shoe findings and shoe ma- 
chinery, 108 Washington, h. 73 Locke, Br. See 
page 813 

" John C. photographer, b. 104 Portland 

" Joseph M. carpenter, h. 104 Portland 

" Martha A. widow of Henry, h. r. 26 Kent 

" Mary F. Mrs. shoe stitcher, b. 49 Fifth ave. 

" Milton B. bottler, 40 fleet, rms. 32 How 

" Mira L. genealogist, h. 8 Kenoza ave. 

" Nathaniel L. h. Passaconway ave. n. Crosby 

" Philip, shoemaker, rms. 5 Wash. 

" Samuel, bank president, at Lawrence, h. 84 Mt. Vernon 

" Thomas J. hatter, h. 6 Currier pi. 

" William H. shoe cutter, h. Broadway, at the line, A. V. 
Whitehouse Benjamin M. brakeman, h. 23 Shepherd 

" Edwin, plumber, r. 49 Main, Br. h. 16 Pine, do. 

" Joseph W. shoe cutter, h. 134 Cedar 



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Whitehouse Wesley J. clerk, 52 Winter, b. 16 Pine, Br. 
Whitely Allison, beater out, h. 7 Reed 
" Fred B. shoemaker, h. 3 Hammond ct. 
Whiting Charles M. farmer, rms. 52 How 

" Daniel B. h. 5 Arch 

" George L. shoe cutter, b. 5 Arch 

" George F. captain, engine No. 1, h. 32 Davenport 

" Susan F. clerk, rms. 5 Arch 

" Thomas J. asst. janitor, Pentucket Club, h. 21 Ashland 
W 7 hitman Annie E. clerk, W. C. Lewis Shoe Co. h. 59 
Washington ave. 

" Blanche M. dressmaker, 59 Washington ave. h. do. 

" Francis H. treas. People's Tel. Co. 186 Merrimack, h. 
at Boston 

" Frank M. inspector, B. C. H. h. 59 Washington ave. 

" Fred A. shoemaker, b. 1 Whittier ave 

" George G. h. 1 Whittier ave. [Thompson 

" George H. Jr. salesman, Standard Oil Co. of N. Y. h. 

" Gerald B. mngr. 103 Merrimack 

" John, clerk, 114 Wash. b. 59 Wash. ave. 

" Margaret, bookkeeper, 8 Bachelder, b. 6 Summer, Br. 
Whitmore Alphonse X. shoemaker, b. S. M. Whitmore's 

" Joseph A. clerk, 86 Merrimack, h. Primrose 

" Samuel M. brick mnfr. Primrose, n. Dustin sq. h. do. 
Whitney George R.. piano tuner, h. 103 Merrimack 

" Howard P. driver, 28 Merrimack, h. 158 Webster 

" Josiah L. clerk, rms. 31 Oak 

" Leonard F. h. 61 Webster 
Whittaker Inez, bookkeeper, 30 Granite, b. 21 Byron, Br. 

" Joseph L. h. 21 Byron Br. 

" Josephine, stenographer, 30 Granite, b. 37 Davenport 

" see Whitaker 
Whittemtire Bartlett, b. 50 Westford 

" Charles C. engineer, 161 Water, h. 21 Windsor 

" Herbert, student, b. 50 Westford 

" Ichabod B. salesman, h. 50 Westford 
Whitten A. Ida, dressmaker, 144 Groveland,b.30 Greenville 

" Freeman, h. 50 Lincoln, Br. 

". Geoege E. physician, 154 Main, h. do. 

" Warren, clerk, 21 Water, h. 56 How [Webster 

Whittier Abbie J. teacher, at Hempstead, N. H. bds. 63 

" Ada, widow, h. 76 Temple 

" Albert F. h. 80 Winter 

" Albert W. h. 219 Main 

" Alvah, clerk, h. 88 Main 



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Whittier Annie H. teacher, Wingate school, b. 88 Main 

" Arthur G. farmer, h. Willow ave. Br. 

" Charles A. stitcher, h. 296 Wash. 

" Charles H. farmer, h. Willow ave. Br. 

" Charles H. h. 11 Newcomb 

" David F. painter, h. 3 Pentucket 

" Fred H. salesman, 37 Washington, b. 11 Newcomb 

" Henry (Henry Whittier & Son) h. 148 Water 

" Henry & Son (Henry and Herbert C.) groceries and 
provisions, 69 Water 

" Henry B. shoemaker,. h. 3 Hammond ct. 

« Herbert C. (Henry Whittier & Son) h. 5 Lindel 

" Justin, clerk, 358 Wash. h. 19 Proctor 

" Luther W., R. R. employee, rms. 8 Currier pi. 

" Mary A. widow of George, h. 52 Summer 

" Mary P. teacher, School st. school, b. 88 Main 

" Sarah H. asst. public library, h. 219 Main 

" Thomas, shoe cutter, h. Summit ave. Br. 

" Walter F. shoemaker, h. 4 Baldwin 

" Walter G. shoemaker, h. 4 Kent 

" William P., Goodyear stitcher, h. 194 Merrimack 

" William T. h. 4 Eighteenth ave. 
Wholley Dennis, shoemaker, b. 68 Dexter 

" Hannah Mrs. h. 68 Dexter 
Wholly Michael, teamster, 9 Washington ave. 

" Michael, teamster, h. 63 Fifth ave. 
Wieczerzack F. laborer, h. 32 River 
Wienefeld William R. liner in, h. 16 Walnut 
Wigeett Almira W. widow of Henry C. h. 10 Dustin 
Wiggin Charles Granville, shoe cutter, b. 2 Summer, Br. 

" Charles G. shoe finisher, h. 2 Summer, Br. 

" David M. shoemaker, h. 31 Groveland 

" Edward L. shoe cutter, b. 2 Summer, Br. 

" Eliza A. Mrs. tailoress, h. 72^ Main 

" E. Pearl, driver, 2b Walnut, b. 154 Merrimack 

" Frank Irving, carpenter, h. 4 Ringgold 

" Fred E. clerk, 9 Washington sq. b. 2 Summer, Br. 

" Fred J. livery stable, Porter, next Wash. h. 309 Wash. 

" Fred L. foreman, 24 Main, h, 10 Tenth ave. 

" George D. horse trader, b. 62 Wash. ave. 

" Harry S. machine operator, b. 2 Summer, Br. 

* Jennie E. Mrs. h. 33 Emerson 

" Joseph D. blacksmith, Merrill's ct. h. 62 Wash. ave. 

" J. Munroe, shoemaker, h. 3 Park 

" Leighton, widow of George H. h. 14 Fountain 

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AViggin Lizzie M. bookkeeper, 17 Sanders pi. h. 3 Park 

" Lydia F. widow of Charles, h. 83 Locke 

" Ralph L. h. 27 Hamilton ave. 

" Sarepta C. widow of Charles E. h. 36 Park 
Wightman Frank B. shoe cutter, h. 23 Dover 

" Lillie M. widow of Oswald J. h. 36 Merrimack 

" Mary F. widow, h. 16 Dover 
Wihry Albert R. shoe cutter, b. 37 Jordan 

" Ernest G. stock fitter, b. 37 Jordan 

" George, shoe laster, h. 37 Jordan 
Wilbur Catherine, Mrs. h. 37 Lewis 

" E. E. shoemaker, rms. 15 Temple 

" Louisa M. widow of Charles, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale 

" Samuel E. foreman, 17 Sanders pi. h. 19 How 
Wilcox Joseph, farmer, b. C. N. Hoyt's, Main 
Wild Rosamond D. teacher of mathematics, Bradford 

Academy, b. do. 
Wilder Aura E. P. widow of J. W. b. 61. Arlington 
Wildes Charles E. music teacher, 208 Merrimack, house 
1 Jackson 

" Eben J. music teacher, 25 Wash. sq. h. 8 Park 

" Frank, heel maker, h. 37 Main, Br. 

" Frank, Mrs. h. 40 Main. Br. 

" George F. boarding house, 29 Essex 

" Granville H. clerk, 8 Merrimack, b. 20 Dudley 

" Harland H. box maker, h. Seventeenth ave. n. Main 

" Hartley, shoemaker, rms. 31 Emerson 

" Howard G. shoemaker, b. 82 Howard 

" Ira G. shoe cutter, h. 82 Howard 

" John M. machine operator, h. 21 Chestnut 

" L. Maud Mrs. clerk, 357 River> h. Greenleaf, Br. 

" Viva Mrs. clerk, 4 Merrimack, b. 20 Dudley 

" W. Fred, salesman, 98 Wash. b. 21 Chestnut 
Wiley Charles, supt. at Boston, h. 12 Freeman 

" George B. shoe trimmer, h. 3 Proctor 
Wilkie Alice, shoe stitcher, rms. 72 Merrimack [Dexter 
Wilkins Eddie W. porter, B. F. Leigh ton & Co. h. 17 

" Susan C. hat binder, rms. 94 Groveland 
Wilkinson Alice Mrs. shoe stitcher, rms. 26 Merrimack 

" George F. shoemaker, rms. 3 Walnut 

" J. Irving, foreman, Hilliard & Tabor, h. 42 Lincoln, Br. 

" Mary L. teacher of elocution, Cramm School of Music 
and Oratory, h. at Boston 

" W. Henry, machinist, h. 36 Green 
Willard M. Esther, widow of Alex. h. 36 Keeley 



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Willett James, tramster, City farm, b. do. 

" Joseph N. (J. N. Willett & Son) h. 47 Main, Br. 

" J. N. & Son (Joseph N. and Newell) restaurant, 12 
Main 

" Margaret and Marion, h. 24 Green 

" Newell (J.N. Willett & Son) h. 40 Webster 

" Rowland, clerk, 12 Main, b. 53 do. 
Willey Albion M. h. 43 Kenoza ave. 

" Charles A. painter, h. 20 Mechanic 

" Edward F. painter, h. 33 Mechanic 

" Edwin S. foreman, 10 Stage, h. 30 Kent 

" Elizabeth H. Mrs. dressmaker, h. 53 Main 

" Ellen M. widow of Clarence J. h. 22 New, Br. 

" Fred H. baker, b. 11 Whittier 

" George A. heel cutter, h. 2 Garden ct. 

" George F. shoemaker, h. 19 Shepherd 

" Helen M. widow of James, h. 372 Washington 

" Howard A. clerk, b. 24 Saltonstall rd. 

" John C. shoemaker, rms. 6 Bethel 

" Mark W. driver, 197 Wash. h. 11 Whittier 

" Samuel P. shoemaker, rms. 6 Bethel 

" William B. heel cutter, h. 15 Lafayet e sq. 

" Winfield S. clerk, 208 Merrimack,' h. 24 Saltonstall rd. 
Williams Alfred, teamster, h. 21 Dover 

" Andrew J. heel cutter, b. 36 Race 

" Benjamin F. laborer; h. Amesbury rd. bey. Whittier rd. 

" Burton C. shoe cutter, h. 59 Moore 

" Charles W. driver, 8 Merrimack, h. 19 Pecker 

" Cyrus B. shoemaker, h. 13 White 

" David W. carpenter, h. 62 Washington ave. 

" Dell F. stitcher, rms. 11 Haverhill 

" Eli, milliner, 142 Essex, h. 32 How 

" Elizabeth Mrs. h. 12 Moore 

"^Ephraim A. h. 16 Dover 

" Ervin C. carpenter, 73 Merrimack, h. 9 Temple 

" Esther L. bookkeeper, 16 Wash. rms. 9 Vine 

" Florence A. h. 140 Main, "Br. 

" Frank, shoemaker, h. 487 Washington 

" Frank D. heel cutter, h. 30 Grove 

" Frederick H. foreman, h. 19 Prospect, Br. 

"Freeman R. mach. operator, h. r. 376 Washington 

" George, heeler, h. 13 Bellevue ave. 

" George B. shoe finisher, h. 61 Fountain 

" George E. shoemaker, b. 9 South 

" George L. heel mnfr. 63 Wingate, h. 9 Bartlett 

Q (IMG CARPENTER AND BUILDER 
L). UUJjLj milling and general repairing 

HI Saslies and Doors. SHOP, REAR 12 LAFAYETTE STREET. 

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Williams George M. foreman, 7 Potter pi. h. 1 2 Garden ct. 

11 Harry H. box maker, b. 36 Race 

" Humphrey, ins. agt. h. 7 Marshall 

" H. Parker, h. 5 Ferry, Br. 

" Isabel F. nurse, rms. 1 1 Haverhill 

" John H. h. 10 Lindel 

" John W. clerk, 9 Locust, b. Carleton 

" Joseph, laborer, h. Amesbury rd. bey. Whit tier rd. 

" Josiah H. laborer, h. 15 Railroad, Br. 

" Julia T. widow of Harrifon, h. 5 Ferry, Br. 

" Junie G. teacher, Gen. Cogswell school, b. 14 Green- 
leaf, Br. 

" Leander, shoemaker, rms. 53 How 

" Lillian Mrs. chiropodist, rms. 78 Winter 

" Margaret Mrs. chiropodist, 9 Temple, h. do. [bury 

" Perley J. receiving clerk, 8 Merrimack, h. at W. New- 

" Roger T. foreman, 63 Wingate, h. 36 Grove 

" Rufus, piano tuner, 26 Main., h. 403 Washington 

" Samuel A. lining cutter, rms. 1 5 Auburn 

" Sarah E. widow of Rufus E. h. 14 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Stover G. shoemaker, h. 36 Race 

" Sylvia E. M. widow of Oscar S. h. 240 Water 

" Sylvia L. teacher, b. 240 Water 

" Thomas, box maker, b. 8 Kenoza ave. 

" Vesta E. millinery, 53 Pecker, h. do. 

" Willard F. machinist, h. 137 Main 

" William H. shoe cutter, b. 8 Marion 

" Winslow O. clerk, b. 24 Water 
Williamson Isabel, widow, h. 21 Ashland 

" James S. Rev. pastor, North Cong. ch. h. 129 Arlington 

" Katherine, widow of Fenton, h. 70 Temple . 

" May, forewoman, Gilman Hat Co. Br. 119 Elm, do. 

" Scott, laborer, b. 21 Ashland 

" Thomas A. treer, b. 70 Temple 
Willie Goon, laundry, 354 Washington, rms. do. 
Willis Alfred, h. 35 North 

" Annie F. chair seater, 35 North, h. do. 

" Charles J. shoemaker, h. 312 Kenoza 

" George, shoemaker, rms. 31 Emerson 

" George W. student, b. 38 Kenoza 

" Henry, h. Corliss Hill rd. 

" Sarah, widow of William H. h. Wharf lane, R. V. 
Willoughby William, asst. 3 Water, b. 43 Main 
Wilson Albert H. provisions, h. 1 Montgomery 

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Wilson Albion D. stock fitter, h. 319 Groveland 
" Alexander, roofer, 30 Pleasant, b. 13 Webster 
" Alexander, slater, 30 Pleasant, h. 7 Spring 
" Alice A. teacher, Crowell school, b. 249 Main 
" Bartlett N. motorman, h. 137 Cedar 
" Carolyn E. b. 249 Main 
" Charles, rms. 36 Merrimack 
" Charles E. shoe cutter, h. 51 Hancock 
" Christopher B. horse shoer, J. C. Cogswell, b. Main 
" Daniel, h. 17 Greenleaf, Br. 
" Daniel, farmer, h. off N. Broadway, bey. Lake 
" David, laborer, h. Kingsbury ave. n. Hyatt ave. Br. 
" Fannie P. nurse, h. 66 Emerson 
" Frank C. treas. 51 Merrimack, h. 26 Webster 
" Frank D. treas. 102 Wash. h. at Salem, N. H. 
" F. C. Co. (Frank C. Wilson, treas.) grocers and bak 

eft, 51 and 55 Merrimack 
" George A. clerk, 30 Emerson, h. 17 Hancock 
" George W. shoemaker, h. Main, next the river, R. V. 
" Hannah, widow, h. N. Broadway, n. V 
" Hannah A. shoe stitcher, h. 1 Montgomery 
" Henry S. farmer, h. Crystal, A. V. CD 

" Henry S. sole cutter, h. 76 Groveland G3 

" Horace G. shoe cutter, rms. 392 Washington S 

" Ida B. bookkeeper, Knipe Bros., W. H. h. 50 Wash. av. — 
" Jacob L. watchmaker, 79 Merrimack, h. 249 Main SZ 

WILSON JAMES, roofer, 30 Pleasant, h. 13 Web- __ 
ster. See page 2 ^m. 

" Jessie M. bookkeeper, 30 Pleasant, b. 13 ^Webster ^* 

" John, bootblack, 25 Main, rms. 22 Washington ave. 
" Josie, clerk, 74 Merrimack, b. 17 Hancock r 

" Laura J. widow, h. 64 Arlington C H 

" Mary, h. N. Broadway, bey. Vale | jjj 

" Nellie M. widow of Charles R. h. 243 Washington m 

' " Raymond, shoemaker, b. 3 Hancock " 2 

" Richard S. heeler, h. 12 Sixth ave. £ Z 

" Robert J. driver, 10 Stage, rms. 10 Plummer 50 HI 

" Samuel D. hacks, 62 Merrimack, Br. h. do. 2 2J 

" Sidney K. shoemaker, and special police, h. Oxford av. 2 _ 
cor. I, W. H. J^g 

" S. Elliot, clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 64 Arlington m c 

" William, asst. shipper, 85 Washington, h. 136 High JJ = 
" Willie A. heeler, h. 43 Prospect, Br. > p| 

Winchell J. H. & Co. (Myron L. Whitcomb and Howard m O 
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Windle Fred, letter carrier, P. O., Br. h. 14 Kenoza 

Winfield Mary, h. 21 Dudley 

Wing Daniel W. engineer, h. 334 Water 

" Florence M. widow of S. Davis, h. 195 Washington 

" Frances A. dressmaker, 76 Merrimack, b. 334 Water 

" Frank, foreman, 67 Washington, h. 8 Sixth ave. 
Wingate A. Douglass, musician, h. 34 Emerson 
Winkler Albert C. Mrs. h. 37 Main, Br. 

" Roman F. clerk, 10 Main, b. 20 Vine 
Winn Alby C. machinist, h. 4 Pecker 

" Eliza J. nurse, h. 512 Washington 

" Henry C. foreman machinist, 19 Essex, h. 27 Jefferson 

" John J. lawyer, 212 Merrimack, and asst. justice, cen- 
tral district court, h. 512 Washington 
Winne George A. shoe cutter, h. 1 Marion 
Winslow Charles W. shoemaker, h. 15 Ferry, Br. 

" George, shoemaker, h. 8 Currier pi. 
Winter Ernest H. (Winter & Flynn) h. 8 Central, Br. 

" Samuel H. shoemaker, h. 1 Tremont 
WINTER & FLYNN (Ernest H. Winter and George 

W. Flynn) painters, r. 55 Main. See page 11 
Winton Charlotte A. nurse, h. 28 Seventh ave. 

" Robert J. h. 28 Seventh ave. 
Wiseman Agnes C. h. 7 Granville ct. 

il James H. box maker, h. 7 Granville ct. [Br. 

Wishart George, overseer, Gilman Hat Co. h. 2 Blossom, 
Wiswell Alvah L. stitching room, 126 Wash. h. 601 do. 
Witham Alvah C. foreman, 55 Wash. h. 61 Pleasant, Br. 

" Bertram, heel maker, b. 108 Prospect, Br. . 

" Charles A. painter, h. 34 Chestnut 

" Daniel N. laborer, h. 108 Prospect, Br. 

" George H., U. S. A. b. 34 Chestnut 

" jesse B., U. S. A. h. 34 Chestnut 

" Samuel M. carpenter, h. Titcomb 

" Sanford H. carpenter, h. Merrill ave. n. Rosedale ave. 

" William C. shoemaker, h. 6£ Ferry, Br. 
Witkins D. Mrs. h. 392 Washington 

Wolcott Charles, aeronaut, rms. 150 Essex [309 Wash. 
Wolfe Manford D. Rev. pastor, South Christian church, h. 
Wolfson Louis, shoemaker, b. 169 Wash. 
Women's Athletic Club, 43 Merrimack 
Wong Charlie, laundry, Lafayette sq. rms. do. 

" Sing, laundry, 44 Winter, rms. do. 

" Way, laundry, 133 Lafayette sq. rms. do. 
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Wood Alexander, laborer, h. 13 Arch ave. 

" Anna L. widow of Manson, h. 81 Winter 

" Box Co. (The) E. L. Wood, prop, wood and paper 
box rrinfrs. 89 to 107 Wash. 

" Charles E. salesman, B. h. 48 Salem, Br. 

" Elbridge G. pres. Hav. Savings Bank, and trustee, 151 
Merrimack, h. 27 Arlington 

" Eliza Mrs. h. 12 Charles 

" Ernest L. prop. 89 to 107 Washington, h. 81 Winter 

" Frank H. driver, 20 Phoenix row, h. 12 Charles 

" Frank H. letter carrier, h. 15 Lincoln ave. 

" Frank L. heel foreman, h. 103 Winter 

" Fred A. mach. operator, h. 1 Baldwin 

" George A. artist, b. 48 Salem, Br. 

" Henry W. jewelry, 35 Merrimack, h. 2 Summit ave. 

" John A. (Andrews & Wood) soda and mineral water 
mnfr. 18 and 20 Phoenix row, h. 70 Brockton ave. 

" Josiah, shoemaker, h. 14 Lindel 

" Martha Mrs. forewoman, 93 Washington, h. 81 Winter 

" Minnie, bookkeeper, 14 Washington, b. 258 do. 

11 Raymond C. student, b. 2 Summit ave. 

" Rosannah C. D. Mrs. b. 119 Main 

" Roswell L. overseer of poor, real estate and auctioneer 
and prop. Eagle House Stables, r. 25 Main, h. 
Fourteenth ave. 

" Samuel O. shoemaker, h. Lowell ave. S. H. 

" Sarah J. widow of William H. h. 13 Greenleaf, Br. 

" Stuart S. law student, b. 48 Salem, Br. 

" Wilbur F. shoe packer, h. 475 Washington 

" William D. pension agent, 43 Arlington, h. do. 

" William H. musician, h. 60 Coffin ave. 

" William H. variety store, 89 Merrimack, h. 72 do. 

" see Dubois 
Woodard Chandler P. fish, 37 Locust, h. 91 Locke 

" George O. F. shoemaker, h. 100 Locust 

" Leonard E. carpenter, b. 82 Water 
Woodbridge Fred A. shoe cutter, h. 10 Henry 
Woodburn Charles W. shoemaker, h. 7 Reed 

" John E. shoemaker, h. 61 Kimball, Br. [Kimball, Br. 

" John E. Jr. leather sorter, Lennox and Briggs, b. 61 
Woodbury Abram A. shoemaker, r. 62 Main, Br. house 
50 Locke, do. 

" Arthur N. shoemaker, h. 18 Fifth ave. 

" Burton C. b. 18 Fifth ave. 

" Emma H. Mrs. b. 16 Portland 




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Woodbury Euretta Mrs. h. 1 Chestnut 
" Fred VV. foreman, Lennox & Bnggs, h. 13 Charles 
" George E. foreman, r. 20 Phoenix row, h. 57 Broadway 
" Harold P. clerk, rms. 16 Portland 
" Harry A. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 7 Chestnut 
" Hattie, widow of Samuel, b. 27 Kent 
" Henrietta A. h. 27 Merrimac, Br. 
" John E. shoe cutter, h. 10 Shepherd 
" Luke, clerk, b. 60 White 
" Mae A. Mrs. cashier, 23 Hale, b. 7 Chestnut 
" Mattie G. hairdresser, 98 Merrimack, b. 7 Chestnut 
" Millie, h. 57 Broadway 

" Nellie E. Mrs. clerk, 76 Merrimack, rms. 60 White 
" Sands S. mngr. shoe dept. 42 Merrimack, h. at Fram- 

ingham 
" Susan J. widow of Austin, h. 10 Shepherd 
" Willard H. skiver, h. 32 Lindel 
" Willard H. shoemaker, h. 233 Washington 
" William H. shoe cutter, h. 206 Main 
Woodcock Charles F. (Woodcock & Daley) h. 40 Franklin 
" Charles S. shoemaker, h. 34 Howard 
" John V. laborer, b. 40 Franklin [Howard 

" William J. stock fitting foreman, 260 River, house 15 
" & Daley (Charles F. Woodcock and Owen H. Daley) 

liquors, 97 Primrose 
Woodington William W. farmer, h. Broadway, n. Liberty 
Woodman Aaron P. foreman, 48 Wash. h. at Newton, 

N. H. 
" Abbie A. (Abbie A. Woodman & Co.) rms. 49 Pecker 
" Abbie A. & Co. (Abbie A. Woodman and Dorothy 

Bickum) ladies' hairdressers and novelties, 126 

Merrimack 
" Annie S. teacher, h. 5 Webster 
" Arthur St. C. h. 61 Pilling 

" Augustus E. clerk, 51 Merrimack, h. 22 Byron, Br. 
" Eliza A. widow of Samuel, h. 5 Webster [bia Park 

" Franklin, gen. mngr. Ex. H. &A. St. Ry. h. 30Colum- 
" George W. foreman, h. 27 Kingsbury ave. Br. 
" Georgia B. Mrs. h. 64 Emerson 
" Ira H. shoemaker, h. 61 Pilling 
lt John, shoe packer, h. 48 Water 
" John N. Rev. b. 48 Water 
" Milton F. shoe cutter, h. 16 Eighteenth ave. 
" S. Frank, shoe mnfr. 102 Washington, h. 5 Webster 
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Woods Herbert L. shoe cutter, h. 23 Glines 
Woodside Frank H. engineer, 132 Essex, b. 58 Locust 

" John H. grocer, 56 Locust, h. 58 do. 

<< Rose h 44 Locust 

WOODSUM FRANK P. planing mill, Ferry, Br. 
h. 108 Portland. See page 808 

" George B. wood worker, h. 22 Grove 

" Lucy M. Mrs. h. 102 Groveland 
Woodus Frank J. shoemaker, h. Hilldale ave. n. Cogswell 
Woodward James H. mason, h. 125 Main 

" Jemima J. widow of Charles, h. 57 How 
Woodworth James, shoemaker, h. 3 Central 

" William A. shoemaker, b. 3 Central 
Worcester Abbie, Mrs. h. 25 Davenport 

" Alden M. police, h. 1 Dustin pi. 

" Charles F. train baggage master, h. 6 N. H. ave. Br. 

" Eathiel A. driver, S. F. E. No. 4, h. 1 Tenth ave. 

" Harry W. shoe cutter, h. 46 Fernald ave. 

" Irving B. shoe cutter, b. 25 Davenport 
Wormell Walter E. shoe cutter, h. 2 Coral 
Wormwood Edwin, engineer, h. 5 Orchard 

" George H. shoe cutter, h. 27 Whittier 

" Mary W. widow of Charles O. h. 16 Eleventh ave. 

" Mildred E. cashier, 51 Merrimack, b. 27 Whittier 
Worthen Albert L. heel cutter, b. 117 Golden Hill ave. 

" Alma E. widow of Frank N. h. 77 Race 

" Charles A. physician, b. 7 Ferry, Br. 

" Elsie A. stitcher, rms. 34 Pleasant 

" Eva F. Mrs. stitcher, rms. 34 Pleasant 

" Frank L. leather cutter, h. 117 Golden Hill ave. 

" Frank M. sub letter carrier, h. 54 Lincoln ave. 

" Herbert M. sole sorter, h. 100 Keeley 

" J. Henry, h. 109 Emerson [Oxford 

" Louis E. letter carrier, P. O. Br. h. Winona ave. near 

" L. Warren A. bookkeeper, 56 Merrimack, b. 109 Em- 
erson 

" W. carpenter, b. 82 Water 
Wright Alfred L. shoe cutter, h. 3 Crosby 

" Charles B. shoe cutter, h. 68 Auburn 

" Charles B. watchmaker, 79 Merrimack, rms. 37 Water 

" Chessman, shoe cutter, h. 41 Arch 

" Edward A. driver, 12 Merrimack, b. 172 Main 

" Frances B. stitcher h. 356b Washington 

" Frederic, buffer, h. 2 Brooks, Br. 

" George H. shoemaker, h. 230 Washington 

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Wright George H. shoemaker, h. 37 Water 

" John B. Mrs. pres. Haw Gazette Co. 102 Merrimack, 
h. 53 Webster 

" Josiah I. shoemaker, h. 10^ Walnut 

" Mary Mrs. h. 129 Merrimack 

" Robert L. treas. 102 Merrimack, b. 53 Webster 

" Walter C. shoe cutter, h. 6 Marble 
Wvatt Adam, laborer, h. 26 Ashland 
WYEU BENJAMIN F. druggist, 49 Main, Br. 

rms. do. See page 23 
Wyman Augustus, heel cutter, h. 35 Curtis 

" Elizabeth F. Mrs. h. 6 Groveland 

" Frank, shoemaker, rms. 15 Vestry 

" "Frank E. clerk, 171 Washington, h. 27 Arch 

" Joseph C. shoemaker, h. 13 Kent 

" Mary E. Mrs. bookkeeper, 97 Wash. h. 6 Arch ave. 

'•' Moses, shoemaker, h. 6 Arch ave'. 

XANTHAKY GEORGE, confectionery, 109 Merrimack, 
rms. 112 do. 

YAFFE JACOB, rabbi, Hebrew synagogue, h. 127 River 

" Louis, grocer, 41 Ayer, h. do. 
Yeaton Angie M. clerk of courts office,-b. 21 Cedar 

" Cora A. Mrs. tailoress, 142 Merrimack, h. 21 Cedar 

" George S. rms. 59 Main 

" Lewis,, leather sorter, h. 6 Park, Br. 

" Nathan T. laster, h. 21 Cedar 

" Samuel, shoemaker, rms. 5 Washington sq. 

" William B. real estate, 5 Pleasant, h. 13 Columbia pk. 
Yick Wah, laundry, 1 1 Harrison, rms. do. 
York Charles W. bill poster, 103 'Merrimack, h. 7 White 

" Elmer J. clerk, 5 Monument sq. b. 156 Webster 

" Emma, widow of Joseph W. h. 164 Main 

" Fred I. Mrs. housekeeper, 7 Pecker 

" George W. driver, 97 Cedar, h. 27 Nichols 

" Lyman G. machine operator, h. 5 Orchard 

" Mary, dressmaker, rms. 57 How 

" Simeon E. carpenter," h. 65 Linwood 

" Thomas J. gardener, h. 29 Eighth ave. 

" Walter, shoe cutter, b. 19 Arlington 
Young Albert, bookkeeper, 142 Essex, h. 132 Winter 

" Alexander, lawyer, 103 Merrimack, rm. 1, b. 36 Blos- 
som, Br. 

" Andrew G. h. 164 Webster 



HAVERHILL 437 DIRECTORY 



Young Angus (Young Bros.) h. 77 Temple 

" Augus, beater, out, h. Bateman, opp. Maurice 

" Bert, motorman, rms. 27 Davis [Fleet 

" Bros. (Charles F. and Oscar D.) carriage repairers, 15 

" Bros. (William and Angus) soles and heels, 1 Beach 

" Charles F. (Young Bros.) 15 Fleet, h. 496 Main 

" Charles H. hairdresser, 82 Wash. h. Hamilton ave. 

" Charles H. shoemaker, h. 5 Lincoln, Br. 

" Charles L. box maker, h. 69 Broadway 

" Charles R. shoemaker, h. 48 E. Broadway 

" Chester L. h. Crosby, n. Passaconway ave. 

" Clarion B. shoemaker, h. Altamont, n. Broadway 

" Edward P. shoemaker, h. 37 Grove 

" Elbridge D. heeler, h. 23 Prospect, Br. 

'• Ellen J. teacher, Monument st. school, b. T. T. Hazle- 

wood's, N. Main 

" Ernest L. painter, h. 40' Park, Br. 

" Ernest V. shoemaker, b. 164 Webster 

" Eugene E. h. 32 Macon ave. 

" Flora, widow of Levi, h. 32 Macon ave. 

" Frank E. soles, taps, etc. 62 Phoenix row, h. 49 Cedar 

" Frank H. h. 20 Bradford ave. Br. 

" John A. shoemaker, h. 28 Ayer 

" John F. heel cutter, h. 22 Blossom, Br. 

" Joseph, shoemaker, h. 48 E. Broadway 

" Joseph M. printer, 188 Merrimack, b. 60 How 

" J. Milton, journalist, h. 6 Sixth ave. 

" Lawrence, hairdresser, 7 Bridge, h. 58 Portland C3 

" Leander J. physician, 28 White, h. do. jS 

" Levi, h. N. Broadway, bey. Vale — 

" Lewis J. barkeeper, 12 Main, h. 65 Vestry SB 

" Lillian A. chief oper. b. 23 Pentucket 

" Louis Q. trav. salesman, b. 1 1 Warren CTD 

" Luther, shoemaker, h. 11 Gilbert ave. O 

" Mabel, nurse, b. 25 Portland 

" Men's Christian Assn., C. B. Snell, sec. 75 Main 

" Norman, mason, h. 105 Linwood ^ 

" Oscar D. (Young Bros.) 15 Fleet, h. 11 Warren g m 

" Osgood C. job wagon, Main, junc. Winter, h. 27 Charles H ^ 

" Robert L. student, b. 496 Main O ^ 

" Sidney W. Mrs. b. 704 Main *■ -< 

" William (Young Bros.) h. 36 Blossom, Br. "0 M 

30 09 
" William A. h. Main, n. N. H. line 5 n 

" William H. teamster, h. N. Broadway, n. Vale JJJ r 



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Residence, 4 KimDall Street. stop, rear 12 Lafayette Street. 

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HAVERHILL 438 DIRECTORY 



Young Women's Christian Asso. 258 Washington 
" Women's Reading Room, 3 Merrimack 
" , h. Main, bey. High, Br. 

Younger Morris, shoemaker, h. Wilson, opp. Hall 

ZELIG ABRAHAM, tailor, 5 Railroad sq. h. 3 Avon pi. 
Zimmerman John G. shoemaker, h. 14 Temple 
Zink Beatrice M. clerk, 356 River, h. 4 Proctor 

" Henry Wilfred, shoe cutter, h. 4 Proctor 

" Mary, widow of Henry, h. 4 Proctor 
Zins Peter A. harness maker, 5 Fleet, h. 30 Moody 
Zwingel Joseph, shoemaker, h. 11 South 




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TRUSTEES. 

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DOANE COGSWELL, A. M., Secretary, Bradford. 

SAMUEL W. HOPKINSON, Treasurer, Bradford 

Dea. Elbridge Torrey, Boston ; Hon. Addison Brown, LL. B., New 
York; Elbridge G. Wood, Haverhill; Rev. Charles W. Huntington 
Lowell; Phineas S. Connor, M. JD., LL. D., Cincinatti ; John L 
Hobson, Esq., Haverhill; Miss Cornelia C. Warren, Boston; Mrs 
George H. Palmer, Cambridge, Mass. ; Lewis K. Morse, Boston 
Herbert J. Brown, Portland, Me. 

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F£r - 



BUSINESS DIKECTORY, 

— EMBRACING— 

A Classified List of all Trades, Professions and Pursuits in the City 
of HAVERHILL, for the year 1902, arranged alphabeti- 
cally for each Trade. 



Academy 

BRADFORD ACADEMY, 

Laura A. Knott, A. B. principal ; 
Main, cor. Kingsbury ave. Br. 
See opp. 

Accountants 
HARDING ALBERT G. 9 

Merrimack. See page 16 

Aerated Waters 
ANDREWS & WOOD, 18-20 
Phcenix row. See opp. page 55 

Agricultural Tools, Etc. 
FJELLOWS C. H. & CO. 31 

Merrimack. See page 171 
HANSCOM BROS. 28 and 30 

Main. See page 809 
SAYWARD J. H. 21 and 23 

Washington. See page 809 

Ammunition 
KIMBALL HERBERT W. 

13 Main. See front cover 



Annunciators 
CHASE A. TAFT, 84 Wash- 
ington. See page 807 
KIMBALL HERBERT W. 

13 Main. See front cover 

Antique Furniture 
DOW A. H. 4 West. See p. 73 

Apothecaries 

Bailey Thomas H. 23 Merrimack 
Barrows Albert C. 22 Main 
Bickum Charles I. 11 Water 
BREED FRANK M. 67 Main, 

Br. See page 826 
Conner W. H. 52 Winter 
Crane G. E. 62 Emerson 
Dorion & Baziu, 42 Lafayette sq. 
Edgerly J. II. 333 Wash. 
Emerson Charles B. 2 Merrimack 
Flynn M. F. 143 Merrimack 
Haverhill Drug & Chemical Co. 

197 Merrimack 
Holden George B. 1 Wash. sq. 
Howe Pilchard C. 50 White 
Hunking & Christie, 1 Merrimack 



442 






HAVERHILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Apothecaries— Con. 

Lafayette Sq. Pharmacy, 37 La- 
fayette sq. 
Mitchell J. H. 194 Winter 
Nelson Charles A. 1 Washington 
NowellJ. A. & Co. 9 John 
Paquette O. & Co. 37 Lafayette sq. 
Preble Frank S. 1 Monument sq. 
Prevost A. E. Co. 338 River 
Railroad Sq. Drug Store, 117 

Washington 
Richey Drug Co. 124 Winter 
Sargent L. D., Elm. c. Blossom Br. 
Simas J. B. & Co. Main, c. White 
Siuotte Louis J. 16 Locust 
Smiley W. H. 197 Merrimack 
Stevens Fred E. 161 Washington 
Stevens & Dou , 176 Winter* 
Swett H. W. 87 Merrimack 
TOZIER N. C. & CO. 141 
Washington, and4to8 Wash. av. 
See back cover 
WYER B. F. 49 Main, Br. See 
page 23 

Architects 

Damon C. Willis, 25 Wash. sq. 
Evans Robert R., City Hall, Main 
Littlefield J. M. 69 Merrimack 
Perkins & Bancroft, 47 Merrimack 

Art Glass 
KIMBALL L. & SON, 79 

Merrimack. See page 816 

Artists 

Barrows Emma F. 85 Arlington 
Brooks M. P. Mrs. 342 Wash. 
Franklin Sadie, 103 Merrimack 
Gardner Mary P. Mrs. Rosedale 
ave. 

Artists 9 Materials 
DOW S. A. 105 Merrimack. See 

page 807 
TUCK W. O. 15 Merrimack 

See page 16 

Asphalt Pavers 
DUFFEE AV. F. & CO. 176 

Main. See page 81 7 
SALTMARSH A. H. 24 Arch. 

Sec page 818 

Auctioneers 
Clarke Greenleaf, 90 Merrimack 
Graham John L. 38 Winter 
MORSE GEORGE I). 69 

Merrimack. See page 814 
Wood R. I. r. 25 Main 



Automatic Fire Sprinklers 
WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 

132 Federal, Boston. See p. 818 

Awning Mnfr. 

Tilton C. L. 7 Fleet 

Baby Carriages 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 

10 Merrimack. See front cover 
ROSENGARD FURNI- 
TURE CO. 171 Merrimack. 

See page 825 

Badges and Banners 
CHASE BROS. 37 to 41 Wash- ] 

ingtou. See page 814 

Bakers 

Donegan L. Mrs. 31 How 
Dowries" Bakery, 165 and 354 1 ., 

Washington 
Ellison I. Mrs. 17 Oak 
Fiset Louis A. 154 Winter 
Fox G. G. (pie) 109 Kenoza 
Haughey B. F. 29 Harrison 
Herbert William Mrs. 65 Main, Br. 
Houston William, 157 Wash. 
Jenkins Kendall, 30 Grove, Br. 
Lang Thomas, 76 Winter 
Mooshoian Bros. 200 Essex 
Natho Gustave, 32 Emerson 
National Biscuit Co. 155 Winter 
Perri F. G. r. 101 River 
PICKARD BENT, 39 and 41 

Merrimack. See opp. page 55 
Ryan Mary E. 185 Elm, Br. 
Sundler & Rosenberg, 99 River 
Sylvestre N. 8 Lafayette sq. 
TANNER HENRY C. 24 Main 

and 1 Harrison. S^e page 399 
Townlev J. T. & A. M. 203 Wash. 
Walker William, 79 Water 

Bakers 9 Ovens 

CATE F. H. 2 Clinton. See p. 9 

Bands and Orchestras 

City Band, 30 Merrimack 

Haverhill Brass Baud & City Or- 
chestra, 120 Merrimack 

Haverhill Concert Baud, 154 Mer- 
rimack 

Metropolitan Band, 19 Wash. 

Pentucket Orchestra, 103 Merri- 
mack 

BanJcs 

{See. also Savings Banks.) 
CITIZENS' CO-OPEKA- 
TIVE BANK, J. W. Good- 
win, treas. 81 Merrimack. See 
page S 



HAVERHILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



443 



CITY FIVE CENTS SAV- 
INGS BANK, 46 Washing- 
ton. See page 10 

Essex National Bank, 24 Merri- 
mack 

FIRST NATIONAL 
BANK, 46 Wash. See p. 10 

HAVERHILL CO-OPER- 
ATIVE BANK, Wm. H. 
Page, treas. 117 Merrimack. 
See page 8 

HAV ERHILL NATIONAL 
BANK, 117 Merrimack. See 
page 9 

Haverhill Safe Deposit & Trust 
Co. 163 Merrimack 

HAVERHILL SAVINGS 
BANK, 153 Merrimack. See 
page 6 

MERCHANTS NATIONAL 
BANK, 163 Merrimack. See 
page 4 

MERRIMACK NATION- 
AL BAN 
See page 5 

PENTUCKET SAVINGS 
BANK, 35 Washington. See 
' page 7 

Second National Bank, 35 Wash. 

Base Ball and Tennis GUIs. 

CHASE BROS. 39 Washing- 
ton. See page 814 

SEAVEY BROS. 50 Emerson. 
See back cover 

TUCK W. O. 15 Merrimack. 
See page 16 

Bath Cabinets 
LANG RICHARD W. 69 

Merrimack. See page 808 

Baths 

Delisle E. E. (vapor) 92 Essex 

Beds and Bedding 
THE PEOPLE'S HOUSE 
FURNISHING CO. 6 to 10 

Merrimack. See front cover 

Beer 3Infrs. 
ANDREWS & WOOD, 18-20 
Phoenix row. See opp. page 55 

Bees and Honey 

Knight Charles, 184 Groveland 

Belting 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. ?39 

to 245 Cause wav, Boston. See 
page IS 



Bicycle Exchange 
SEAVEY BROS. 50 Emerson. 
See back cover 

Bicycles Sundries 
ADAMS J. FRED, 9 Emer- 
son. See back cover 
SAWYER H. R. 18 Fleet. 

See page 370 
SEAVEY BROS. 50 Emerson. 
See back cover 

Bicycles and Repairing 
ADAMS J. FRED, 9 Emer- 
son. See back cover 
Cass S. E. &Co. 6 River 
Durgin George E. 43 Washington 
Pen tucket Cycle Co. 10 Water 
Richardson G. M. (agent) 11 West 
SAWYER HERBERT R. 18 

Fleet. See page 370 
Shattuck A. I.. 27 Merrimack 
SEAVEY BROS. 50 Emerson. 

See hack cover 
Roberts A. H. 8 Court 

Bill Posters 

West J. F. 103 Merrimack 
York C. W. 103 Merrimack 

Billiards and Pool 

Callahan W. A. 185, Winter 
Chapl.es A. Mrs. 3 and 5 Locust 
Chase D. M. 135 Merrimack 
Daniels Frank A. 14 Essex . 
De Lawrence G. 162 Washington 
Fishburn I. 287 River 
Gallisou G. W. 122 Merrimack 
Hard}^ C. 30 Merrimack 
Ingham T. W., Oxford av. W. H. 
Knight Edward, 35 Water 
Morrison G. Albert, 40 Winter 
Moulton L. R. 31 Washington 
Petteugill G. W. 57 Washington 
Smith James, 216 Winter 
Taylor G. W. 124 Merrimack 

Blacksmiths 

(See Also Horse Shoers.) 
Blaisdell E. H. 152 Groveland 
Burpee Henry W. 7 Chestnut, Br. 
Callahan J. D. & Son, 212 Essex 
Chase Fred, D., Forest, n. Lowell 

ave. 
Cogswell John C, Rosemont, n. 

Main 
Day Ira A. Ill Primrose 
Goodwin J. F. 34 Stage 
Gray J. W. 18 Central, Br. 
Kief James, r. 12 Merrimac, Br. 
McMillan Simon, Broadway, A. V. 



444 



HAVEKHILL BUSINESS DIKECTORF 



Blacksmiths — Con . 

Noyes T. L. 40 Oak 

Portors G. r. 145 Franklin 

St. Germain, N. 160 Lafayette sq. 

Wiggin J. D., Merrills ct. 



Blank Books and 
Stationery 

CHASE BROS. 37 to 4 i Wash- 
ington. See page 814 

HOW WILLIAM E. 27 Wash- 
ington. See page 814 

MORSE C. C. & SON, 69 
Merrimack. See page 814 

TUCK W. O. 15 Merrimack. 
See page 16 

Bleacher y 

BEAL BROS, rear 76 Merri- 
mack. See page 825 



Boarding and * Lodging- 
ing Houses 

Alley Sarah C. Mrs. 6 Duncan 
*Bachelder M. A. Mrs. 2 Spring 
Bailey A. A. Mrs. 63 Locust 
*Bean Ida S. Mrs. 174 Merrimack 
♦Black Sarah J. 25 How 
Breen Monica T. Mrs. 65 High 
Cronin Joanna Mrs. 25 Lewis 
♦Dunbar M. A. Mrs, 28 Emerson 
Earle Joseph M. 196 Merrimack 
Eaton Annie F. 14 Duncan 
Elkins II. L. Mrs. 19 Emerson 
Emerson James H. 126 Winter 
Fitton Mary J. 196 Washington 
♦Herbert L. Mrs. 23 W^ash ave. 
Hill HattieMrs.20 Vine 
♦Hughes M. M. Mrs. 81 Merrimack 
Hnrd M. D. Mrs. 40 Pecker 
♦Leighton C. P. 17 Vine 
♦Lovering Luke W. Ill Emerson 
MacDonald N. L. Mrs. 148 Mer- 
rimack e 
♦Morgan M.E.Mrs. 25-27-29 Wash. 

ave. 
Murphy Mary Mrs. 165 Essex 
Nutter Delia M. Mrs. 95 Emerson 
♦OrdwayB. 1*. Mrs. 17 Was 1 ), av, 
♦Palardis Mary E. Mrs. 18 Locust 
Paradis Si troy, 8 How 
Perkins Annie Mrs. 16 How 
Peters Harry, 124 Essex 
♦Sargent M. A. Mrs. 31 Oak 
♦Sears William Mrs. 17 Merrimack 
Stinson L. P>. Mrs. 32 How 
♦Verette C. V. Mrs. 27 How 
Wildes G. F. 2 ) Essex 



Boat Builders 

Moulton & Goodwin, 2 School 

Boats to Let 

Marble Geo. P. r. 30 Wash. sq. 

Boiler Setting 

CATE F. H. 2 Clinton. See 
page 9 

Bonnet and Hat Bleachery 

BEAL BROTHERS, r. 76 

Merrinack. See page 825 

Bookbinders 

CHASE BROS. (Haverhill , 
Bindery) 37 to 41 Washington. 
See page 814 

MORSE C. C. & S"N,69Mer- | 

rimaek. See page 814 

Booksellers and Stationers j 

Aver H. E. 149 Wash. 

Briggs E. H. 3 Washington sq. 

CHASE BROS. 37 to 41 Wash- \ 
iugton. See page 814 

HOW WILLIAM E. 27 Wash- 
ingiou sq. See page 814 

MORSE C. C. & SON, 69 Mer- 
rimack. See page 814 



Boot and Shoe Counters 

HANSCOM WILLIS H. r. 

Wash. See page 810 



Boot and Shoe Dealers 

Apteker N. 2 River 
Bennett & Co. 18 Merrimack 
Brasseur S. J. 13 Essex aud 103 

Washington 
Butler & Holmes. 7 Wash sq. 
Cleveland G. II. 18 Main 
Collins M. A. Mrs. 185 Merrimack* 
Currier George, 61 Washington j 
Evans George T. 13 Merrimack 
Hill J. T. 45 Merrimack 
Judkins C. D. 17 Washington 
Kimball Willis F. 116 Merrimack 
Leighton H. W. 193 Merrimack i 
Maistrovisky Max, 67 River 
McGregor Fred D. 21 Wash. sq. 
Rouleau J. 6 Lafayette sq. 
Swain O. J. 12 Winter 



HAVERHILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



445 



Boot and SJioe Dies 

CHAPMAN J. W. i . 44 Wash. 

See back cover 



Boot and Shoe Findings 

WHITE J. W. 108 Washing- 
ton. See page 813 



Boot and Shoe Machinery 

(See also Shoe Machinery.) 

BUSFIELD JAMES, 72 

Phcenix row. See page 815 
WHITE J. W. 109 Washing- 
ton. See page 813 

Boot and Shoe Makers and 
Repairers 

Andreottola F. 219 Wash. 
Badmington Geo. 78 Water 
Billodeau Onesime, 61i Locust 
Bragdon Benj. J. 42 Winter 
Buckley James F. 4 Walnut 
Butters Charles 2d. 10 Court 
Chase Eufus A. E. Broadway, c. 

Plaistow rd. 
Clark Frank A. 11 Main, Br. 
Condon Garrett, 35£ Harrison 
Cote Honore, 65£ Hilldale ave. 
Croston Frank, 52 Keeley 
Currier H. O. 1 Mill Vale rd. 
DePalmer C. 65 and 76^White 
Devine James J. 179 Elm. Br. 
Doe John E. 61 Main, Br. 
Donoghue Murty, 60 Essex 
Duchemiu A. 56 Essex 
Forrest Edward, 3£ High 
Franklin Henry, 45 Pleasant 
Gagliardi B. 20 John 
Gauron A. 384 Emerson 
Godbout J. O. 185 Merrimack 
Haddock C. F. 219 Water 
Haley John, 17 Harrison 
Hamel Ferdinand, 253 River 
Heon David, 5 Wingate 
Jief J. 201 Washington 
Kelley Robert O. 57 Water 
Lake Francis C. 71 Kenoza 
Lambert Charles, 5 Wash. ave. 
Lord J. W. r. 312 Washington 
Lucier Cleophas, 32 Locust 
Marsteis Wm. A. 166 Merrimack 
McGill James, 64 Primrose 
McLain C. B. 86 Water 
McLees Thomas, 57 Water 



Morin L. M. 66 Merrimac, Br. 
Parisien Charles, 108 Locust 
Peoples Geo. A. 20 Emerson 
Petit Charles, 84 Lafayette sq. 
Richardson S. C. 9 Munroe 
Rosenthal G. 35 River 
Rowe G. W. 21 Main 
Smith A. B. 28 Wiuter 
Sweet Nathan, 29 Pleasant 
Taber N. P. 52 Haverhill 
Watnek Louis, 144 Washington 
Webster John P., Amesbury rd. 



Boot and Shoe Shanks 

DAVIS & CO. 31 South, Bos- 
ton. See page 816 



Bootblacks 

Collins J. 191£ Merrimack 
Mobley W. R. 118 Washington 

and 25 Main 
Phillip Chas. 54 Essex 
Sapareto R. 207 Washington 
Schiavoni G. 4 Emerson 
BOOT AND SHOE SHANK 



Bottle?*s (Soda and Mineral 
Water) 

ANDREWS & WOOD, 18 

and 20 Phoenix row. See opp. 

page 55 
Gaiinowitz K. 206 River 
Smith O. A. & Co. 32 Orchard 



Boivs 
NUTE J. K. & CO. 60 Wash- 



ington. See page 22 



Box Mnfrs, 

{See Wooden,also Paper Box Mnfrs.) 

DALTON A. & CO. 50 Phce- 
nix row. See back cover 

HAVERHILL BOX CO. end 
Hale. See page 810 

HAYES C. H. 30 to 36 Granite. 
See page 810 

ISLAND PARK BOX CO. 
Kimball, Br. See page 810 

MORSE & HOYT, Kimball, 
Island Park, Br. See page 812 

Owens John & Co. 338 River 



446 



HAVERHILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Box Mufs. — Con. 
PAGE GEO. G. BOX CO. 

3 to 13 Hampshire, Cambridge- 
port See opp. 
Smith Charles W. 69 Fleet 

Box Printers 
PAGE GEO. G. BOX CO. 

3 to 13 Hampshire, Cambridge- 
port. See opp. 

Box Shooks 
ISLAND PARK BOX CO. 

Kimball, Island Park, Br. See 
page 810 
PAGE GEO. G. BOX CO. 

3 to 13 Hampshire, Cambridge- 
port. See opp 

Brass and Iron Pipe and 

Fittings 
BKAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

Brass Valves, Cocks and 

Gauges 
WALWORTH MSFG. CO. 

132 Federal, Boston. See p. 818 

Brewery 
ESSEX BREWERY, Kim- 
ball, off Railroad, Br. See p. 826 

Brick Mnfrs. 

Kelly Bros. Main and Ferrv 
SAVIGANC CHARLES, 

Rosemont, n. Main. See p. 819 
Whitmore Samuel M., Primrose, 
near Dust in sq. 

Brokers 

(INSURANCE.) 

ADAMS J. FRED, 9 Emerson- 
See back cover 
FRANKLE & TILTON, 151 

Merrimack. See page 10 
LADD A. SHIRLEY, 25 

Wash, sq^ Seepage IS 

(MONEY, MORTGAGE, NOTE 
AND PAWN.) 

Davis Frank E. 204 Merrimack 
Forrest Loan Co. 174 Merrimack 
Frost Frank R. 193 Merrimack 
Haverhill Loan Co. 30 Wash. sq. 
Tyler Henry P. 102 Merrimack 

(STOCK.) 
Federal Stock & Grain Co. 210 
Merrimack 

Miller S. G. 25 Washington sq. 



Builders 
CATE F. H. 2 Clinton. See 

page 9 
COLE N. S. 14 Lafayette, Br. 

See foot lines in General Dy. 
FROST CHARLES F. 230 

Washington. See page 817 
MAiNEYM.H, 47 Merrimack. 

Se^ back binding and page 818 
MARSHALL BROS. 25 

Temple. See page 14 
POTTER WARREN W. 30 

Pleas int. See page 3 
ROCHE JOHN M. 20 West. 

See page 820 

Builders' FinisJi and 
Supplies 

COLE N. S. 14 Lafayette, Br. 
See foot lines in General Dv. 

HANSCOM BROS. 28 and 30 
Main. See. page 809 

HOLMES M. S. (iron) r. 1 
Water. See page, 16 

MESSENGER E. A. 10 to 14 
Pleasant. See page 808 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 
CO. (THE) mill* at Neponset; 
exhibit 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, llaymarket 
sq. Boston. See page 21 

WOODSUM FRANK P. 
Ferry, Br. See page 808 

Builders 9 Iron Work 
HOLMES M. S. r. 1 Water. 
See page 16 

Building Movers 

Forbes Bros. 29 Hale 

Burning Brands 
DAVIS & CO. 31 South, B. 
See page 816 

Business College 
HAVERHILL BUSINESS 
COLLEGE, W. P. Mcintosh, 
prop. 72 Merrimack. See foot > 
lines in General Directory 

Butcher 

Thornton M. F. off Boston rd. Br- 

Butter, Cheese and Eggs 
BEAN JOHN W. Winter, c 

Pleasant. See back cover 
BRITTAIN & CO. 13 Main,Br. 

See page 822 
Hart W. L. & Co. 214 Merrimack 



4*/ 




448 



HAVERHILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Butter Cheese and Eggs- 
Con. 

Haverhill Dairy Depot (butter 

mnfr.) 41£ Locust 
Kennedy & Co. 125 Merrimack 
MUKKAY BROS. CO. Ste : 

vens, opp. Stevens Mill. See 

page 22 
ORDWAY J. B. 225 Wash. 

See page 74 

Cabinet Mateers 

(See also Furniture Bepairers.) 

FROST C. F. 220 Wash. See 
page 817 

PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 
10 Merrimack. See front cover 

Roberts A. H. 8 Court 

WOODSUM FRANK P. 
Ferry, Br. See page 808 

Cafes 

(See also Dining Booms and 
Restaurants) 

PICKAKD BEN T. 39 and 41 

Merrimack. See opp. page 55 

Canes and TJmbrellas 

LANG RICHARD W. 69 

Merrimack. See page SOS 

Canned Goods 

BEAN JOHN W. Winter, cor. 
Pleasant. See back cover 

BRITTAIN & CO. 13 Main, 
Br. See page 822 

MURRAY BROS. CO. Ste- 
vens, opp. Stevens Mill. See 
page 22 

ORDWAY J. O. 225 Wash. 
See page 74 

Care of Estates 
GARDNER F. P. 212 Merri- 
mack. See back cover 
LeBLANC JOSEPH, 103 

Merrimack. See page 2 

Carpenters and Builders 

Bailey Horace, Marsh av. n.Main 

Bourneuf Augustin, 31 Arch 

Bradley & Brown, r. 102 Merri- 
mack 

Brown John T. 47 Bradford ave. 
Br. 

CATE FRED H. 2 Clinton. 
See page 9 

Catudal Samuel, 204 Essex 

Clement Swell, 52 Essex 



COLE N. S. r. 14 Lafayette, Br. 

See foot lines iu General Dy. 
Cook J. D. 28 West 
Cook Thomas D. r. 29 Water 
Crosby J. N., Crosby • 
Cunningham J. O. 29 Seventh av. 
Currier A. X. 504 Groveland 
Durkee J. Walter, 31 Columbus 

ave. 
FROST C. F. 230 Washington. 

See page 817 
Griffin Sidney A. 22 Webster 
Hale Lewis D. 22 Fountain 
Harris James W. 13 Sixth ave. 
Hersey F. A. 61 Central, Br. 
Killam L. 62 Fleet 
Littlefield A. H. 216 Groveland 
Lock wood James, 17 N. H. av. Br. 
MANEY M. H. 47 Merrimack. 

See page 818 and back binding 
Peabody Frank H. 11 Pine, Br. 
POTTER WARREN W. 30 

Pleasant. - See page 3 
Pressy M. D. 139 Main 
ROCHE JOHN M. 20 West. 

See page 820 
Rogers Jacob E. rear 55 Main 
Shapleigh Charles. 12 Grand 
Small Freeman K. 197 Main, Br. 
STAPLES E. M. 24 Arch. See 

page 828 
Taylor Alphonso, 24 Clinton 
Taylor J. H. r. 21 Moore 
Ward L. W. r. 106 Merrimack 
Washburn Isaac E. 4 Highlander. 
Weeks Augustus, 4 West 
Wentworth E. C, Rosemont, n. 

Main 

Carpet Cleaners 

BEAU BROS. r. 76 Merri- 
mack. See page 825 

Hirth John F. 60 Fleet 

NORTON J. H. & CO. 62 
Winter. See page 820 

VAUGHN HARRY S. 36 
Merrimack. See page 413 

Carpets 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8 

and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 
ROSENGARD FURNI- 

TURE CO. 171 Merrimack. 
See page 825 

Carriage Mnfrs. 

Bouvier John B. (trimmer) 10 

Granite 
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Carrlagesmiths and 
Repairers 

{See also Blacksmiths.) 
Burtt W. J. 15 and 17 Court 
Smith Brbs. 52 Fleet 
Trull A. M. 33 Mill 
Young Bros. 13 and 15 Fleet 

Caterers 
PICKARD BEN T. 39 and 41 

Merrimack. See opp. 55 
TANNER H. C. 24 Main and 
1 Harrison. See page 399 

Cellars Concreted and 

Cemented 

DUFFEE W. F. & CO. 176 

Main. See page 817 
SALTMARSH A. H. 24 Arch. 

See page 818 

Cemetery Work 
HAVERHILL GRANITE 
& MARBLE WORKS, 66 

Winter. See page 74 

Chair Seating 

Willis Annie F. 35 North 

Charcoal 

Haverhill Charcoal Co., Stevens 

Chiropodists 

Cooke W. H. Dr. 70 Merrimack 
Robinson G. C. 104 Merrimack 
Williams M. Mrs. 9 Temple 

Christian Scientist 

Harrison J. M. 50 Merrimack 
Poor J. M. Mrs. 20 Park 
Sargent Edmund B. 21 Windsor 
Sawyer Marv F. Mrs. 35 Pleasant, 
Br. 

Cigars and Tobacco 

Bearce I. V. 147 Washington 
BRITTAIN & CO. 13 Main, 

Br. See page 822 
Brown Edwin H. 29 Wash. sq. 
Clark Frank A. 11 Main, Br. 
Clohecy Daniel F. (mnfr.) 80 

Primrose 
Colby R. G. off Main, P. V. 
Cote Honore, 65£ Hilldale ave. 
Dug an Timothy, 231 Winter 
Dutra Bros, (whol.) 29 Wash. 
Gallison Geo^ W. 122 Merrimack 

and 19 Emerson 
Gilbert L. O. 170 Essex 
Harpoot Tobacco Co. 70 Essex 
Knight Edward, 35 Water 



Levia L. M. 24 Winter 
Lyons A. E. & Co. 108 Merrimack 
Osborne .1. F. 179 Washington 
Pettengill Geo. W. 57 Washington 
Piatt M. J. Mrs. 4 Locust 
Regan J. W. 9 Washington sq. 
Robitaille T. J. (mnfr.) 17 West 
Shaub Samuel, 119 River 
Smith James, 216 Winter 
Swain Obed J. 12 Winter 
Thaler Henry (mnfr.) 26 Water 
TOZIER N. C. & CO. 141 

Wash, and 4 to 8 Wash. av. See 

back cover 
WYER B. F. 49 Main, Br. See 

page 23 

Civil Engineers 
DESMOND J. T. 210 Merri- 
mack. See page 147 
EVANS ROBERT R. City 

Hall 
Littlefield J. M. 69 Merrimack 
SPOFFORD NELSON, 14 
Water. See page 73 

Clairvoyants 

Cate Amanda A. 136 Main 
Merah Madame, 1 Hammond ct. 
Smith S. E. Mrs. 113 Water 

Clergymen 

Ayers David G. (Epis.) 6 William 
Barrow E. (Cong.) 44 Dudley 
Boucher Oliver (R. C.) Main, bey. 

Dustiu sq. 
Braddon H. L. Clode (Epis.) 39 

Webster 
Bridgham E. C. (M. E.) 4 Church 
Call Darius T. (Adv.) 1 Forest av. 
Chapman H. E. (Bap.) 398 Wash. 
Charron C. L. (Cong.) 28 Hilldale 

ave. 
Clark Calvin M. (Cong.) 22 Web- 
ster 
Clark Charles (Cong.) L, cor. M, 

W. H. 
Cole C. H. (Bap.) 78 Emerson 
Cole Otis (M. E.) 59 Arlington 
Damon Calvin (Univ.) 255 Mill 
Danforth L. R. (M. E.) 78 Arling- 
ton 
Deetz H. D. (M. E.) 1 Union 
Dodd L. (Cong.) 6 Silver 
Domenica V. Di (Bap.) 10 Victo- 
ria ct. 
Farley Robert G. (Bap.) 109 Main 
Fowler Chas. J. (M. E.) 55 Park 
Gleason George L. (Cong.) 451 

Kenoza 
Godin Elphege (R. C.) 19 Grand 
Gorham J. P. (R. C.) 175 Winter 



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Clergymen— Con. 

Graham J. J. (R. C.) 175 Winter 
Harvev McLeod (Pres.) 38 Lindel 
Hooper J. T. (M. E.) 346 Wash. 
Hubbard George H. (Cong.) 46 

Hamilton ave. 
Kingsbury John D. (Cong.) 2 

Church, Br. 
Littlerield George E. (Unit.) 37 

Brockton ave. 
Lowell J. N. (Cong.) Broadway, 

W. P. 
Marable Jesse (Bapt.) 23 Dudley 
Morgan Charles T. (Bapt.) 5 

Pleasant. Br. 
O'DohertyJ. (R. C.) 175 Winter 
Packard W. (Bapt.) Plaistow rd. 
Padelford Frank W. (Bap.) 51 

Webster 
Perkins Frederick (Univ.) 22 Park 
Phelps I. Newton (Epis.) 141 

Main, Br. 
Bemick Josiah M. (Bapt.) 81 

Howard 
Segal Samuel (Jewish) 109 River 
Stackpole Everett L. (Cong.) 6 

Church, Br. 
Thompson Edward W." (M. E.) 

142 Main, Br. 
Topping J. P. 8 Baldwin 
Tracy G. L. (Advent) 17 Temple 
Williamson James S. (Cong.) 129 

Arlington 
Wolfe M. D.(Christian)309 Wash. 
Yaffe J. (Jewish) 127 River 

Cloaks, Suits, Etc. 
LESLIE P. 28 to 40 Merrimack. 

See page 824 
MITCHELL & CO. 76 to 80 

Merrimack. See page 824 

Clocks 
BATES JAMES C. 130 Merri- 
mack. See p:ige 73 
KIMBALL L. & SON, 79 

Merrimack. See page 816 

Clothes Cleaners ant 

Repairers 

BEAL BROS. r. 76 Merrimack 

See p.. 825 
Brown L. C. 60 Merrimack 
Hills C. F.16 Main 
MACK E N Z I E BROS. 

r. 74 Merrimack. See page 824 
Smith John, 113 Water 

Clothing and Furnishing 
Goods 

Blaisdell A. B. & Co. 113 Merri- 
mack 

Boston Credit Co. 3S Merrimack 



Carter John F. 19 Wash. sq. 

Chykin M. 26 Biver 

Collins John C. (second-hand) 68 

Essex 
Columbia Cloak & Suit Co. 175 

Merrimack 
Emerson Warren, 49 Merrimack 
Eydenberg L. 125 River 
Floyd W. H. & Co. 84 Merrimack 
Glecklen J. (second-hand) 138 

Biver 
Hartman Hannah Mrs. 142- Wash. 
Jordan Joseph H. (second-hand) 

15 Wingate 
Keefe James A. 85 Merrimack 
Kempton Co. (The) 62 Merrimack 
Kerrigan Andrew P. J. 24 Water 
Leviue Bernhard, 15 Biver • 
McElroy F. M. & Co. 93-95 Merri- 
mack 
Nichols & Morse, 56 Merrimack 
Ragolsky Louis J. (second-hand) 

54 Essex . 
Rowe & Emerson, 68 Merrimack 
Standard Credit Co. 61 Merrimack 
Three Taylors, 75 Merrimack 

Coal and Wood 

BEAN D. B. & CO. 198^ Mer- 
rimack and 175 Washington. 
See page 821 

Boucher P. J. 12 Lafayette sq. 

CHASE D. D. LUMBER 

CO. 9 Washington ave. corner 
Myrtle, and r. 140 Merrimack. 
See page 821 
Conlon M. J. 31 Kimball, Br. 

DILLENBACK H. G. 197 

Washington. See p. 822 

ELLIOTT GEORGE C. CO. 

218 Biver. See page 821 
Ellison G. H., Stevens 

ELLISON J. O & CO. r. 1 

Water, 142 Essex, 16 Main aud 
2b Walnut. See page 809 
Haverhill Milling Co. 190 Essex 
People's Coal Co. 214-i Merrimack 
Pike William T. 512 Groveland 
TAYLOR-GOODWIN CO* 
16 Main, Br. See side lines in 
General Directory 
TAYLOR H. L. & CO. 85 
Water and 9 Merrimack. See 
foot lines in General Directory. 



Coffee House 

PENTUCKET CAFE, 112 

Merrimack. See page 22 



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Coffins, Caskets, JJtc, 
COSTELLO & SHANA- 
HAN, 210 Winter; See page 3 
DOLE & CHILDS, 39 Main. 

See page S23 

MEKKOW A. W. 34 Main. 
See front cover 

POWERS JAMES J.184 Win- 
ter. See page 823 

Cold Storage 
MOULTON EDWIN H. 132 

Essex. See page 821 

Collection Agencies and 
Collectors 

Dearborn D. F. 174 Merrimack 

FOSTER GEO. C. 103 Merri- 
mack, rm. 9. See page 816 

GOODWIN C. H. 21 Main. 
See front cover 

MURRAY BROS. CO. Stev- 
ens, opp. Stevens Mill. See 
page 22 

Concrete Pavers 

DUFFEE W. F. & CO. 176 

Main. See page 817 
SALTMARSH A. H. 24 Arch. 

See page 818 

Confectionery 

{See also Fruit and Confectionery) 
Morrelle J. B. 10 Broadway 
Pappageorge G. 119 Merrimack 
Parker M. F. 4 Merrimack 
PICKARD BEN T. 39 and 41 

Merrimack. See opp. page 55 
Shattuck A. L. 27 Merrimack 
TANNER H. C. (mnfg.) 24 

Maiu and 1 Harrison. See p. 399 
TOZIER N. C. & CO. 141 

Washington and 4 to 8 Wash. av. 

See back cover 
Xanthaky Geo. 109 Merrimack 

Constables 

Dearborn D. F. 174 Merrimack 
Foren James H. 103 Merrimack, 

rm. 1 
Stevens Allen B. 91 Merrimack 

Contractors and Builders 
CATE F. H. 2 Clinton. See 

page 9 
DUFFEE W. F. & CO. 176 

Main. See page 817 
FROST CHARLES F. 230 

Washington. See page S17 
KEAVENEY MICHAEL, 

146 Primrose. See page 819 



Mansur G. U. (stone) 14 Daven- 
port 

MARSHALL BROS. 25 Tem- 
ple. See page 14 

POTTER WARREN W. 30 

Pleasant. See page 3 
ROCHE JOHN M. 20 West. 

See page 820 
Thompson William J. & Son, 25 
Davis 

Co-operative Banks 
CITIZENS' CO-OPERA- 
TIVE BANK, James W. 
Goodwin, treas. 81 Merrimack. 
See page 8 
HAVERHILL CO-OPER- 
ATIVE BANK, Wm. H. 
Page, treas. 117 Merrimack. 
See page 8 

Costumes 
BRADLEY E. C. MRS. 63 

Merrimack. See page 90 

Counters {Moulded) 

Braye E. A. 57 Wiugate 
Burnham Counter Co. 96 Wash. 
Clark B. P. 59 Wingate 
Cooke Thomas M. 46 Phoenix row 
Evans W. J. 69 Washington 
Foster Counter Co. 80-90 Wingate 
HANSCOM WILLIS H. r. 98 

Wash. See page 810 
Haverhill Counter Co. 56-58 Wash. 
Lewis & Carleton, 42 Phoenix row 
Pentucket Counter Co. 100 Wash. 
Prosser & Smith, 69 Washington 
Sumner Counter Co. 78 Wingate 
Whitaker & Bodwell, 50 Wash. 

Counting Boom Furniture 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8 

and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 

Cream 
CHADWICK WARREN B, 

19 Eleventh ave. See page 73 

Crockery, China and Glass- 
ivare 

Emerson Charles & Sons, 97 and 
99 Merrimack 

Ferguson Geo. & Co. 206 Merri- 
mack 

PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. ( rg HE) 6 to 
10 Merrimack. See front cover 

ROSENGARD E. & CO. 171 
Merrimack. See page 825 



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Curtains and Curtain Fix- 
tures 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 

10 Merrimack. See front cover 

Custom Tailors 
MACKENZIE BROS. r. 74 

Merrimack. See page 824 
PERKINS H. L. 32 Main, gee 

page 829 

Cut Glass 
BATES JAMES C. 130 Merri- 
mack. See page 73 

Cut Soles and Cut Sole 
Leather 

ARNOLD CHARLES W. & 

CO. 2 to 6 Arnold pi. See front 
cover 
ARNOLD T. M. & CO. 6 to 

14 Wingate. See front cover 

Cutlery 
BATES JAMES C. 130 Merri- 
mack. See page 73 
FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 31 

Merrimack. Set page 171 
SAY WARD J. H. 21-23 Wash. 

See page 809 
TOZ1ER N. C. & CO. 131 

Washington, 4-8 Wash. ave. 
See back cover 

Cutting Dies 

CHAPMAN J. W. rear 44 

Washiugton. See back cover 

Cypress Wood 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Neponset; 
exhibit, 160 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Haymarket sq. 
Boston. See page 21 

Decorator 
VAUGHN H. S. 36 Merrimack- 
See page 413 

Dentists 

Boston Painless Dentist Co. 76 
Merrimack 

Burke F. A. M. 10 Vine 

Chase Stephen II. 3 Wash. sq. 

Gardner D. W. Rosedale ave. 

Holden Frederick A. 20 Main 

King .John S. 6 Main 

Lassonade C. Nelson, 103 Merri- 
mack, rm. 15 

LeGro & Brown, 50 Merrimack 



LUCE I. M. 72 Merrimack, rms. 
2-4. See page 272 

Mitchell G. Everett, 25 Merrimack 

Preston John H. 91 Merrimack 

Bav Bros. 88 Merrimack 

REILLY W. F. B. 72 Merri- 
mack. See page 353 

Sellers William, 49 Portland 

Sherrv F. T. 14 Main 

STANSFIELD HOWARTH 
70 Merrimack. See bottom edge 

Wales Herbert E. 82 Merrimack 

Depot Carriages 
BARAW & HUNT, 10 Cen- 
tral, Br. See page 2 

Deputy Sheriffs 

Raymond & Croy, 91 Merrimack, 

rms. 37-38 
Tilton John W. 174 Merrimack 

Desk Mnfrs. v 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 

10 Merrimack. See front cover 

Detective 

Haskell Millard F. 11 Wash. 

Diamonds 

BATES JAMES C. 130 Merri- 
mack. See page 73 

KIMBALL L. & SON, 79 
Merrimack. See page 816 

McGOVERN J. H. 190 Merri- 
mack. See back cover 

Dies and Cutters 
CHAPMAN J. W. i . 44 Wash- 
ington. See back cover 
HAVERHILL DIE CO. 146 

Washington. See back cover 

Dining Rooms 

(See also Lunch Booms and 
Bestaurants.) 
Bonair Cafe, 57 Merrimack 
Chapnt Agnes Mrs. 341 Kiver 
Dugan Timothy, 231 Winter 
PICKARD BEN T. 34-41 

Merrimack and 105 Wash. See 

opp. 55 
Ray Bridges Mrs. 237 Essex 
TANNER H. C. 24 Main. See 

page 399 
Tremont Cafe, 7 Pecker 

Doors, Sash, Blinds, Etc* 

HARVEY GLASS CO. 11 

Wingate. See page 819 
McGRATTY &WHEELER 

44 Main and 6 Court. See p. 817 



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453 



MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 

and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 
POTTER WARREN W. 30 

Pleasant. See page 3 
STEARNSA. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) milis at Neponset; 
exhibit, 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Haymarket 
sq. BostoD. See page 21 

Drain and Sewer Pipe 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 31 

Merrimack. See page 171 
HANSCOM BROS. 28-30 

Main. See page 809 
SAYWARD J. H. 21-23 Wash- 
ington. See page, 809 

Draperies 
MITCHELL & CO. 76 to 80 

. Merrimack. See page 824 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 
10 Merrimack. See front cover 
ROSENGAR D F U R N I- 
TURE CO. 171 Merrimack. 
See page 825 

Dressmakers 

Ahem E. M. Miss, 196 Winter 
Atwood R. P. Mrs. 120 Emerson 
Bagley Hiram A. M. Mrs. 48 Port- 
land 
Bartlett Cora M. Winona av. opp. 

Sagamore 
Bennett Emily F. Mrs. 724 Main 
Bergeron Hilda Mrs. 16 Merri- 
mack 
Blaisdelll. F. Mrs. 17 How 
Boisvert Misses, 19 White 
Bonin Albina V. 5 Thorndike 
Bradley Ida E. Mrs. 7 Arlington 
Brochu F. M.'Mrs. 54 Lafayette 

sq. 
Brown E. F. Mrs. 31 Fifth ave. 
Buck Matilda B. Mrs. 1 Arch ave. 
Bumpus Mary E. 442 Water 
Burton Mabel L. 126 High 
Callahan A. J. Mrs. 45 Moore 
Can- Olive H. Mrs. 242 Wash. 
Carver Frances A. 12 Arlington 
Catudal Annie C. 40 Franklin 
Champnev M. J. Mrs. 107 Portland 
Cochrane H. M. Mrs. 349 Wash. 
Colby M. M. Mrs. 1104 Main, Br. 
Cook Georgiana, 25 Portland 
Cook I. J. Mrs. 5 Chestnut 
Crockett Laura A. 10 Talmouth 

ave. 
Crowe Theresa A. 27 Greenleaf , Br. 
Croy Jeanette M. 315 Washington 
Cummings C. M. Mrs. 92 Temple 



Currier Ida M. Mrs. 60 Winter 
Cusson Clara E. Mrs. 21 .Jordan 
DollofF M. J. Mrs. 12 Lafayette,Br. 
Drew Frank F. Mrs. 24 Franklin 
Drury C. M. Mrs. 15 Union 
Ducharme J. M. Mrs. 136 Water 
Duncan Emma P. 46 Aow 
Fellows W. H. Mrs. 4 Grand 
Fortin Ida, 23 Pecker 
Gage Ellen I. 12 Pleasant, Br. 
Gammon Leonora H. 46 Arlington 
Gardner E. Mrs. 204 Newcomb 
Gauron Mary, 5 Pose 
Gendron Arsina, 15 Ililldale ave. 
George Caroline F. 779 E. Broad- 
way 
Gervais Solleme, 26 Front, Br. 
Gillis Annie, 98 Main 
Goodrich A. L. Mrs. 22 Vine 
Gould C. F. Mrs. 37 Main 
Grant A. Mrs. 64 Walnut 
Graves Julia A. 20 Pine, Br. 
Hadley F. E. 83 Cedar 
Hanshaw Nettie, 5 Warren 
Hardy Jennie S. Mrs. 62 Auburn 
Harrington Hannah, 85 Franklin 
Harris Emma Mrs. 72 Merrimack 
Haseltiue Kate C. Mrs. 65 Vestry 
Hawkins M. A. Mrs. 11 Park 
Hayford Harriet A. 126 Portland 
Hills Olive E. Mrs. 34 North 
Hooper E. B. Mrs. 60 Winter 
Hoyt H. H. Mrs. 38 Wash. ave. 
Hunkins M. E. Mrs. 25 Fifth ave. 
James H. A. Mrs. 104 Sixth ave. 
Johnston E. F. Mrs. 7 Arch 
Kimball A. A. Mrs. 10 Elm 
Lacombe M. J. Mrs. S5 Fifth ave. 
Lanctot P. Mrs. 208 Essex 
Lariviere S. Mrs. 11 High 
Legault A. Mrs. 86 E. Broadway 
Leighton C. N. Mrs. 81 Auburn 
Leighton Ellen M. 33 Merrimack 
Lewis Carrie A. Mrs 60 Main, Br. 
Loud J. W. Mrs. 2 Eighth ave. 
McNeal & Hanson, 188 Merrimack 
Meickle George D. Mrs. 4 Portland 
Merrifield Saidee P. 215 Main 
Miller J. M. Mrs. 7 Merrimack 
Molloy Mary E. 43 Merrimack 
Moody Almira F. 14 Union 
Morneau Eva C. 27 Vine 
Morrill Mary W. 240 Main 
Morrison J. E. Mrs. 94 Emerson 
Morse Fannie I. 25 Howard 
Munday A. FI. Mrs. 52 Merrimack 
Njswcomb Mary, 18 Arlington 
Nichols Alma H. Mrs. 52 Merri- 
mack 
Noble R. E. Mrs. 53 Main 
Osborne Iua M. 1 Bethel 
Osgood J. A. Mrs. 42 Portland 






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Dressmakers — Con. 

Osgood Lena H. 23 Pleasant 
Ouilette L. Mrs. 96 Locust 
Perkins Lou M. 202 Merrimack 
Perkins N. L. Mrs. 666 Wash. 
Pettengill J. A. Mrs. 128 Merri- 
mack 
Picard M. A. Mrs. 2 Blaisdell 
Pitikham A. Maud, 20 Auburn 
Poo re M. L. M. Mrs. 4 Portland 
Powell Ada L. Mrs. 17 How 
Quimby O. A. Mrs. 168 Webster 
Regis E. M. Mrs. 25 Emerson 
Rodier M. C. Mrs. 11 New 
Rowe G. W. Mrs. 93 Main 
Russell Nellie L. 1 Arlington 
Saroent H. M. Mrs. 13 Carleton pi. 
Sawyer Mary L. 82 Portland 
Scrymgeour N. B. Mrs. 16 Pen- 
tucket 
Sheveuell L. N. Mrs. 1 Thorndike 
Sleeper Nina A. 14 Pentucket 
Smith Lizzie M. 72 Summer 
Spiller Elsie M. Mrs. 49 Sixth av. 
Starrett S. M. Mrs. 44 How 
Sturtevant S. E. Mrs. 204 New- 
comb 
Surette Emily, 124 Orchard 
Sweetser E. Mrs. 7 Front, Br. 
Tarbell Augusta A. 15 Moore 
Tasker S. E. Mrs. 40 Park, Br. 
Temple Mary E. 5 York 
Troy Ida M. Mrs. 32 Cedar 
Varney Helen M. 103 Merrimack 
Virgin Sarah M. 164 Summer 
Waterman H. I. H. Mrs. Hilldale 

ave. c. Rosemont 
Watson Mercy, 35 Warren, Br. 
Webb Annie A. Mrs. 15 Ferry, Br. 
Webster Mira N. Mrs. 76 Elm, Br. 
Wheeler A. A. Mrs. 64 Baldwin 
Whidden J. C. Mrs. 21 Pleasant, 

Br. 
Whitman Blanche M. 59 Wash. av. 
Whitten A. Ida, 144 Groveland 
Willey E. II. Mrs. 53 Main 

Drugs and Chemicals 
BREED FRANK M. 67 

Main, Br. See page 826 
Magutre.D. II. & Co. (mnfr.V22 

Main. Br. 
TOZIER H. C. & CO. 141 

Washington and 4 lo 8 Wash. 

av. See back cover 
WYEK B. P. 49 Main, Br. See 

page 23 



Dry Goods 



Brooks Bros. 20 and 22 Merrimac 

Cook Lilla M. fi6 Merrimack 
Lavelle Millie M. 345 Wash. 



LESLIE PERLEY, 28 to 40 

Merrimack. See page 824 
Maguire Catherine Mrs. 28 Prim- 
rose 
Margolis S. 142 River 
MITCHELL & CO. 76 to 80 

Merrimack. See page 824 
Rhodes Chas. N. 54 Merrimack 
Sadowitz Meyer, 104 River 
Sim oik Is & Adams, 42 to 50 Mer- 
rimack 
Thayer W. F. 140 to 150 Merri- 
mack 

Dyeing and Cleansing 

(£Ve also Clothes Cleaners and 
Repairers.) 

BEAL BROS. r. 76 Merri- 
mack. See page 825 
MACKENZIE BROS. r. 74 

Merrimack. See page 825 

Egg and Pie Boxes 
DALTON A. CO. Phcenix row. 
See back cover 

Electric Bells and Fans 
CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washington. See page 807 
KIMBALL H. W. 13 Main. 

See front cover 
MORSE & HEATH, 2 Bridge. 

See front cover 

Electric Light Co. 

Haverhill Electric Co. 156 Merri- 
mack 

Electric Light Wiring 

CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washington. See page 807 
KIMBALL H. W. 13 Main. 

See front cover 
MORSE & HEATH, 2 Bridge. 

See front cover 

Electric Motors and 

Dynamos 

CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washington.. See page 807 
KIMBALL H. W. 13 Main. 

See front cover 
MORSE & HEATH,2 Bridge. 

See front cover 

Electrical Engineers 
CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washington. See page 807 
KIMBALL H. W. 13 Main. 

See front cover 
MORSE & HEATH, 2 Bridge. 

See front cover 



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455 



E. G. FROTHINGHAN, 

AGENT FOR THE CARE OF 

E S T J± T E> 



PERSONAL AND REAL 

3 Washington Square, Haverhill. 



Electrical Supplies 
CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washington. See page 807 
KIMBALL. H. W. 13 Main. 

See front cover 
MORSE & HEATH, 2 Bridge. 

See front cover 

Electricians 

CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washington. See page 807 
KIMBALL H. W. 13 Main. 

See front cover 
MORSE & HEATH, 2 Bridge. 

See front cover 

Electrotypers 
AMERICAN TYPE FOUN- 
DERS CO. 270 Congress, Bos- 
ton. See page 439 

Embalmers 
COSTELLO & SHANA- 

HAN, 210 Winter. See p. 3 
DOLE & CHILDS, 39 Main. 

See page 823 
MERROW A. W. 34 Main. 

See front cover 
POWERS JAMES J. 184 

Winter. See page 823 

Embroidery 

Kelley A. G. Mrs. 67 Salem, Br. 

Employment Offices 

Employment Registry, 64 Pecker 
Osgood J. A. Mrs. 42'Portland 
People's Employment Bureau, 174 

Merrimack 
Y. W. C. A. 258 Wash. 

Engineers (Civil) 
EVANS ROBERT R. office, 

Citv Hall 
SPOFFORD NELSON, 14 

Water. See p. 73 



Engraver's 

Batchelder Wm. J. 40 Green 
CHASE BROS.39 Washington. 

See page 814 

Essences and Extracts 

Sweetser Frank E. 7 Front, Br. 

Estates (Care and 

Management) 

FROTHINGHAM E. G. 3 

Washington sq. See above 
GARDNER F. P. 212 Merri- 
mack. See back cover 

Expresses 

American Express Co. 113 Wash- 
and R. R. Station, Br. 

Bassett David W. (parcel) 87 Mer- 
rimack 

Batchelder Express Co., B. & M. 
station baggage room 

Boston & Haverhill Despatch Co. 
88 Washington 

Carter, Russell & Co. 23 Hale and 
90 Merrimack 

Collins" Danville, N. H. 31 Merri- 
mack 

Drake & Stead, Newburyport, 23 
Merrimack 

F'axou A. S. 9 Observatory ave. 

Hatch's Newton, N. H. 31 Merri- 
mack 

Jenkins & Co. 48 Wiugate 

Little, Amesbnry & Merrimac, 31 
Merrimack 

Marston, Dan vers, 88 Wash. 

McCaffrey's, Georgetown, 2 Merri- 
mack 

Oakes W., Newbury and Rocks 
Village, 23 Merrimack 

Osborne's Danville, N. H. 31 Mer- 
rimack 

Rorke Daniel C. 65 Summer 



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Expresses — Con. 
Vigneault, Hampstead & West- 

ville, N. H. 31 Merrimack 
Webster G. A., Main, bey. High, 

Br. 

Fancy Goods 

Bryant W. S. & Co. 192 Merrimack 
Hardy Ellen M. Mrs. 7 Belmont 

avenue 
LESLIE PEKLEY, 28 to 40 

Merrimack. See page 824 
McGlone Catherine, 104 Locust 
MITCHELL & CO. 76 to 80 

Merrimack. See pase 824 
Monroe M. A. Mrs.%9 Locust 
Piquette F. 194 Essex 
TOZIER N. C. & CO. 141 

Washington and 4 to 8 Wash.ave. 

See back cover. 
TUCK W. O. 15 Merrimack. 

See page 16 
WYER B. F. 49 Main, Br. See 

page 23 

Ferry 
Haverhill and Bradford Ferry, r. 

22 Washington sq. aud foot of 
Lincoln, Bradford 

Fertilizers 
FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 31 

Merrimack. See page 171 
HANSCOM BROS. 28 and 30 

Main. See page 809 
SAYWARD J. H. 21 aud 23 

Washington. See page 809 

Fire Escapes 
HOLMES M. S. r. 1 Water. 
See page 16 

Fire Extinguishers 

Haverhill Fire Appliance Co., 
Island Park, Br. 

Fish and Oysters 

Barry Thomas E. 155 Wash. 
Chase & Colby, 5 Emerson 
Davis & Holburn, 14 Fleet 
Hyde F. IT. 352* Wash. 
Mahoney M. W. r. 53 Sixth ave. 
McMillan Archibald C. 33 Water 
Miller II. 14 Locust 
Paul Frank, 47 Water 
Sullivan John R. 233 Essex 
Thurston G. H. 2 Auburn 
Woodard C. P. 37 Locust 

Fish i tig Tackle 

KIMBALL HERBERT W. 

13 Main. See front cover 
SAYWARD JOHN H. 21 and 

23 Washington. See page 809 



Florists 

Abrams W. F. r. 19 Proctor 
Buell Alpheus 28 Eleventh av. 
Fuller James A. 53 Pleasaut, Br. 
Hill George H. 20 Winter 
Home H. J. <fe Co. 18 Columbia pk. 
Kaulbach C. H. Amesbury rd. c. 
Elliot 

LEiTH & Mcdonald, 

Primrose, n. Dustin. See p. 17 
Luce Bros. 158 Kenoza ave. 
Spencer M. A. 78 Summer 
SPINNEY F. W. 20 Portland. 

See page 22 

Flour, Grain, Etc. 

BelangerH. (whol.) 221 Essex 
BRITTAIN & CO. 13 Main, 

Cr. See page 822 
MURRAY BROS. CO. Stev- 
ens, opp. Stevens Mill. See p. 22 

Fly Screens ( Wire) 
BURROWES E. T. CO. 

(THE) Spring, cor. Center, 
Portland, Me. See page 825 

Folding Beds 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 

10 Merrimack. See front cover 

Fruit and Confectionery 

Balboni Bros. 22 Emerson 
Bevilacqua John, 75 Main, Br. 
Boyajian S. 42 Main 
Carbone Bros. 11 Wash. sq. and 

115 Washington 
Carbone James, 5 Water 
Casazza John, 73 Essex 
Casazza Michael, 159 Washington 
Chooljian N. H. 65 White ■ 
Demaras J. G. 5 Merrimack 
Domenico Gaiero, 46 Locust 
Garavento John, 62 Primrose 
Gardella A. & Son, 94 Main 
Gardella J. 30 Winter 
Kesler Max, 84 Water 
Manicas C. 15 Locke 
Martin M. 119 Winter 
Moorad Charles, 188 Winter 
Natolie J. 112 Water 
Oneto & Co. 6 Main 
PICKARD BEN T. 39 and 41 

Merrimack. See opp. 55 
Rayisian H. 2 Lafayette sq. 
Tomboriuo Antonio, 137 Lafayette 

sq. 

Fruit, Syrup and Soda 

Water 

PICKARD BEN T. 39 and 41 1| 

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45" 



Funeral Directors 

COSTELLO & S II ANA- 
HAN, 210 Winter. See page 3 

DOLE & CHILDS, 39 Main. 
See page 82:4 

MERKOW A. W. 34 Main. 
See front cover 

Furnaces and Ranges 

BRADFORD CRAM CO. 152 

Merrimack. See page 820 
GOODRICH & COLLUM, 

16 Winter. See page 819 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8 
and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 
STAPLES & GILE, 10S Mer- 
rimack. See page 818 

Furniture 

Coombs & Gilbert Furniture Co. 
13 to 17 Washington sq. 

Greene Moses H. (second hand) 
51 Water 

MORSE C. C. & SON, 69 Mer- 
rimack. See page 814 

NORTON J. H. 62 Winter. 
See page 820 

PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8 
and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 

ROSENGAR D F U R N I- 
TUKE CO. 171 and 173 Mer- 
rimack. See page 825 

VAUGHN H. S. 26 Merrimack. 
See page 413 

Tucker Frank E. 134 Merrimack 

Furniture Repairers 
DOW A. H. 4 West. See p. 73 
NORTON J. H. 62 Winter. 

See page 820 

Furriers 

Drew Olive A. 26 Main 
McClish A. Mrs. 216 Essex 

Garbage Carbonizers 
CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washingion. See page 807 

Gas Fitters and Fixtures 

Allen Alonzo T. 38 Pleasant 

B LAKE C. M. & CO. 11 How. 

See page 3 
EUREKA MACHINE CO. 

19 Essex. See page 815 
Gran ton C. A. 5 West 
MILLS & McCLINTOCK, 

rear 22 Main. See page 12 



SAWYER & DEAN, 41 Lo- 
cust. See page 807 

STAPLES & GILE, 108 Mer- 
rimack. See page 818 

Gas Light Company 
HAVERHILL GAS LIGHT 

CO. 106 Merrimack. See page 

807 

Gas Machines and Gasoline 

WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 

132 Federal, Boston. See p. 818 

Gear Cutting 
HAVERHILL MACHINE 
WORKS, 66 Phoenix row, 
See page 815 

Ginger Ale Mnfrs. 
ANDREWS & WOOD, 18 

and 20 Phoenix row. See opp. 55 

Glass 

BRYANT BROS. 51 Main, Br. 
See page 17 

HARVEY GLASS CO. 11 
Wi gate. See page 819 

McGRATTY & WHEEL- 
ER, 44 Main and 6 Court. See 
page 817 

POTTER WARREN W. 30 
Pleasant. See page 3 

Glaziers and Grainers 
BRYANT BROS. 51 Main, Br. 

See page 17 
BUTLER FREDERICK, 23 

Pleasant. See page 16 
McGRATTY & WHEEL- 
ER, 44 Main and 6 Court. See 

page 817 

Goat and Sheep Skins 
JONES F. E. CO. 95 South, 
Boston. See page 811 

Grading, Turfing, Etc, 
DUFFEE W. F. & CO. 176 

Main. See page 817 
KAVENEY MICHAEL, 

146 Primrose. See nage 819 
MARSHALL BROS, 25 Tem- 
ple. See page 14 

Grain 

Haverhill Milling Co. 190 Elm 

Granite Wo r hers 
CUMM1NGS FRANK G. 

(importer of Marble and Gran- 
ite Monuments) 51 Main and 29 
River, Br. See front cover 



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Granite Workers — Con. 
HAVERHILL GRANITE 
& MARBLE WORKS, 66 

Winter. See page 74 
Lahe}- Thomas, Stevens 

Granite Works (Steam) 

CTJMMINGS FRANK G. 29 

River, Br. office 51 Main. See 
front cover 

Gravel Roofer 

SARGENT C. E. 5 Pleasant 
and 32 Main. See opp. p. 54 

WILSON JAMES, 30 Pleas- 
ant. See page 2 

Greenhouse Stock 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Nepon- 
set; exhibit, 166 Devonshire; 
salesroom, 1 Sudbury, Hay- 
market sq. Boston. See p. 21* 

Grist Mills 

Cox 0. II. Merrimac, Br. 
Ellison J. O. & Co. 142 Essex 

Grocers 

Alley D. B. & Co. 29 Water 
Amazeen A. H. 251 Groveland 
Atwood Bros. 12 Water 
Atwood W. N. 358 Washington 
BEAN JOHN W. Winter, c. 

Pleasant. See back cover 
Beanchemiu E. 46 Locke 
Belanger Henry, 221 Essex 
Bernard Albert, 5 Monument sq. 
Blnmfield I). 126 River 
Bray Patrick, 55 Fifth ave. 
Bresnahan Maurice, 98 Primrose 
BRITTAIN &. CO. 13 Main, 

Br. See page 822 
Brown Geo. VV. 152 Winter 
Brown* 1 W. W. 8 Emerson 
Burke Martin, 100 Primrose 
Calef Moses G. Main, cor. Rose- 
mo nt 
Carleton F. A. (agt.) 164 Elm and 

30 Main, Br. 
Channell Howard, 41 Main 
Chaput Albert, 337 River 
Clark Richard A. & Son. r. 36 

Dudley 
Coddaiie J. W. Lafayette sq. 
Cronin James J. 5 Kimball 
Dean George G. 56 Winter 
Daimond Everett L. 422 Water 
Don- A. L. Supply Co. 44 Wash- 
ington ave. 
Doughty Charles E. 54 Howard 
Dufresne Ursule Mrs. 167 River 



Eastman H. L., Broadway, A. V. 
Evans L. B. & Co. 43 Locust 
Fay Andrew E. 28 Primrose 
Fitzgerald Michael P. 219 Winter 
Flagg Francis, 193 Water 
Flanagan Patrick. 275 Water 
Forrest J, A. 193 Wash, and 1 

Fifth ave. 
Forte M. 59 River 
Gardella Stefano & Son, 55 River 
Greenstein M. 226 River 
Ham George, 297 Washington 
Haskell & Roberts, Main, cor. 

Eleventh ave. 
Higgins James S. 352 Washington 
Hodgdon & Carr, 145 Merrimack 
Hoyt G. O. 40 Locust 
Huukins John N. Nicholsville 
Hunt J. H., Broadway, A. V. 
Hunt & Griffin, 88 Broadway 
HurdFred E. 97 Cedar 
Hynes E. F. 141 Merrimack 
Ingham & Hodsdon, 356c Wash. 
Jafarian Arakel, 111 and 117 Essex 
Kennedy Allen R. 20 Locust 
Knowles L. L. 30 Emerson 
Kosofsky Benjamin, 49 River 
Lagasse Basil Jr. 58 High 
Landry Mary B. Mrs. 251 River I 
Lane & West, 122 Emersou 
Lang Thomas, 76 Winter 
Laskey & Karelitz, 91 River 
LeClair E. 9 Spruce 
Leighton B. F. & Co. (wholesale) 

Batchelder 
Marble John O. 22 Locke, Br. 
McGrath Patrick, 105 High 
Mclsaac Joseph, 61 Franklin 
Mencis Abraham, 45 Ayer 
Miller B. F. & Son, 452 Water 
Miner Alfred A. 93 Main, Br. 
Moran James, 52 Primrose 
MURRAY BROS. CO. (whol 

sale) Stevens, opp. Stevens Mill. 

See page 22 
Nolin G. Mrs. 197 Water 
O'Connor R. T. 59 Harrison 
O'Donuell Bros. 114 Locust 
O'Donovau John, 77 Primrose 
ORDWAY J. O. 225 Washing! 

ton. See page 74 
Parsons & Bailey, 2 Water 
Perri F. S. 53 River 
Plante Palmina Mrs. 69 Locke 
Pettengill G. M. 54 Wash. ave. 
Poore Harlan B., Main, cor. Six 

teeuth ave. 
Pratt Joseph, 3 Grove 
Purnell Laura F. Mrs. 2 MadisoiJ 
Quong Shung Wah C. 45 Locust 
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459 



Sansoucie & Richard, 236 and. 238 

Essex 
Saullenas Frank, 103 River 
Sawyer W. H., Main, n. River rd. 
Shugrue Michael H., Elm, near 

Blossom, Br. 
Smith & Carlisle, 422 Water 
Stravinsky Peter, 77 River 
Sullivan James, 57 Primrose 
Tabor John E., Main, opp. Msash 

ave. 
Tarleton Charles H., Cross rd. c. 

Boston rd. W. H 
Tavlor E. B. 59 Main, Br. 
Taylor J. M. & Co. 91 Cedar 
Thurston G. Herbert, 58 White 
Union Wholesale Grocery Co. 11 

Railroad sq. 
Vailee Lucy Mrs. 254 Hilldale av. 
Villeneuve I. M. & Co. 30 Lafay- 
ette sq. 
Villeneuve Joseph, 295 River 
Wallace David J. 232 Winter 
Walukewich J. 117 River 
Whit tier Heurv & Son, 69 Water- 
Wilson F. C. Co. 51 and 55 Merri- 
mack 
Wood side J. H. 56 Locust 
Yaffe Louis, 41 Ayer 

Gunsmith and Guns 
BROWN JOHN F. 172 Merri- 
mack. See page 826 

Gutters and Conductors 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 
CO. (THE) mills at Neponset; 
exhibit, 166 Devonshire, sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Haymarketsq. 
Boston. See page 21 

Hacks 
BARAW & HUNT, 10 Cen- 
tral, Br. See page 2 
DOLE & CHILDS, 8 to 14 

Stage. See page 823 
Wilson Samuel 1). 62 Merrimac, 
Br. 

Hairdressers 

Austiu Benjamin F. 339 River 
Bensaia Frank, 67 Essex 
Bensiaa & Bencordo, 4 Emerson 
Berg Charles F. 169 Merrimack 
Biron P. 74 Essex 
Boisselle James A. 241 Essex 
Broderick D. J. 50 Merrimack 
Brown Frank T. 59 Main 
Busfleld J. Mrs. (ladies) 234Wash. 
Carroll Roger H. 211 Winter 
Cornetta S. 57 River 
Couney T. F. 122 Washington 



Curtin J. A. 198 Winter 
Cutting Charles F. 14 Essex 
Cray J. P. 199 Merrimack 
DeLawrence G. 162 Washington 
Lelisle Edmond E. 92 Essex 
Drew C.E. 52 Washington 
Dunn John A. 27 Main 
Gauron A. 31 Lafayette sq. 
Gelinas E. I Wash. ave. 
Gillmartin J. C. 65 Washington 
Glynn Albert J. 24 Wingate 
Goodrich J. E. 8 Main 
Gravelle Arthur, 58 Wingate 
Griffith George H. 2 Walnut 
Guard John. 12 Locust 
Harvey E. E. 177 Wash. 
Holder Wm. P. 7 Merrimack 
Jones L. 120 River 
Laing Bessey, 69 Merrimack 
Larsen C. W. 166 Merrimack 
Maehling A. C. 9 Washington 
Mahoney D. J. 120 Merrimack 
Merry Augelo, 73 River 
Nichols C. E. 1 Essex 
O'Neil Peter, 218 Winter 
Proveson G. 74 White 
Randall N. 36 Fleet 
Reynolds C. H. 10 Winter 
Rhodes James T. & Son, 98 Merri- 
mack 
Rich B. P. 62 Main, Br. 
Rostron Richard, 55 Water 
Spudeas C. 43 % Locust 
Stackpole C. S. 8 Water 
Staples J. W. 205 Washington 
Sturgeon William, 7 Bridge 
Tucker Edward P. 3 Wingate 
Turner W. A. 89 Washington 
Wallace Charles E. 4 Water 
White Frank E. 37 Locust 
Woodman Abbie A. & Co. 126 

Merrimack 
Young Charles H. 82 Washington 

Hand Grenades 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 

page 18 

Hardtvare 
BRYANT BROS. 51 Main, Br. 

See page 17 
FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 31 

Merrimack. See page 171 * 
Fellows William F. 17 Essex 
HANSCOM BROS. 28 and 30 

Main. S« j e page 809 
SAYWARD J. H. 21 and 23 

Washington. See page 809 

Harness Mnfrs, 

Ballard & Boynton, 26 Locust 
Carrow Mark D. 9 Main 
Peters Daniel, 5 Fleet 



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Harness Mnfrs. 

Reed M. H. 29 Main 
Sawyer Amos. 11 Court 
Sturgis C. E. 184 Merrimack 

Hat and Bonnet 
Bledcheries 
BEAL BROTHERS, rear 76 
Merrimack. See page 825 

Hat Mnfrs. ( Wool and Far) 

Gfcilman Hat Co. Railroad ave. 

Br. 
Thorn W. B. & Co. 270 River 

Hats 

Marble VV. F. 17 Emerson 

Hay, Grain and Straw 

Batchelder Bro. 42 Locust 

BEAN D. B. & CO,19S>£ Mer- 
rimack and 175 Washington. 
See page 821 

Cox Charles H. 227 Winter, 17 
Main and Merrimac, Br. 

DILLENBACK H. G. 197 
Washington. See p. 822 

ELLISON O. J.&CO. rear 
1 Water, 142 Essex, 2b Walnut, 
and 16 Main. See page 809 

Haverhill Milling Co. 190 Essex 
and 14 Emerson 

TAYLOR-GOODWIN CO. 
16 Main, Br. See side lines in 
Geueral Directory 

Heel Contractors 

Ford Charles E. 7 Potter pi. 
Hardy Bros., Duncan, c. Winter 
Osgood Wm. W. 16 Mechanic 
TessifT& Co. 48 Phoenix row. 

Heel Mnfrs. 

Bickum B. F. & Co. 29 Sanders pi. 
Bradford Heel Co. off Railroad 

ave. Br. 
Brittou Phiueas D. 46 Jordan 
Bryant W. H. & Co. 33 Phoenix 

row 
Carey G. M. r. 116 Washington 
Courteny T. A. r. 98 Wash. 
Croston & Proctor, 110 Phoenix 

row- 
Day & Waldo, Boston road, next 

Cross rd. W. II. 
Deneau J. 150 Washington 
Denehy Dennis D. 53 Wingate 
Ellis G. H. & H. A. 150 Wash. 
Fitzgerald P. J. 48 Phoenix row 
Ford H. K. r. 98 Washington 
Ford N. P. r. 98 Washington 



Fox C. K. Heel Co.. Duncan 
Giguere F. r. 329 Essex * 

Hartman H. Mrs. 118 Phoenix row 
Haverhill Heel Turning Co. 6; 

Fleet 
Hill Thomas R. 36 to 40 Wingate 
Hudson Alex. A. 16 Washington i 
Keeler Harry G. 35 E. R. sq. 
Lakin Seth W., Cross rd. W. H. 
Lamore E. J. r. 17 Oak ter. 
Livingston F. N. & Co. 17 San 

ders pi. 
Merry A. r. 73 Winter 
Mitchell W. A. r, 57 Washington 
Munroe Wm. 51 Wingate 
Noyes F. E. 26 Wingate 
Pare John B. 4 Cliff 
Peaslee Frank D. 39 Phoenix rov 
Pentncket Wood Heel Co. r. Cifr 

Hall and 55 Washington 
Pettengill & Martin, 118 Phceni: 

row 
Pratt O. H. 100 Phcenix row 
Racine Paul, 118 Phoenix row 
Richardson E. L. 10 Maple av. Br 
Saucie H. 6 Hillside pi. 
Shedd J. M. 42 Oak 
Smith A. W. 32 Primrose 
Wade A. R. 62 Washington 
Wasou L. S. 116 Washington 
Williams George L. 63 Wingate j 

Hoisting Rigging 
FROST C. F. 230 Washington 
See page 817 

Hop Beer Mnfr. 

Hale George E. 16 River 

Horse Clipping 
BARAW & HUNT, 10 Cec 

tral, Br. See page 2 

Horse Healer 
Russ Geo. w . 62 Lowell ave. 

Horse Shoers 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 
Bickell Geo. W. 19 aud 21 Court 
Donovan D. 22 Walnut 
Dubois Noe, 6 Granite 
Kimball Byron G. 9 Stage 
Lapham G., Main,ii. Rosedale a\ 
Plouf E.L. 20 Fleet 

Horticulturist 

Gage Edwin V. 227 Main, Br. 

Hosier y and Gloves 
LESLIE P. 28 to 40 Merrimaclj 

See page 824 
MITCHELL & CO. 76 to 8 

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461 



Hospital 

Haverhill Emergency Hospital, 17 
Beacon 

Hot Water Heating 
BLAKE C. M. & CO. 11 How. 

See page 3 
BRADFORD CRAM CO. 

151 Merrimack. See page 820 
MILLS & McCLINTOCK, 

t. 22 Main. See page 12 
SAWYER & DEAN, 41 Lo- 
cust. See page 807 

Hotels 

JEtna Hotel, A. O. Gordon, prop. 

44 Water 
Arlington (The) 139 Merrimack 
EAGLE HOUSE, John J. 

Linehan, prop. 25 Main. See 

page 11 
Hotel Bartlett, 59 Main 
Hotel Essex, 33 Essex 
Hotel Philadelphia, 35 Essex 
Hotel Thorndike, 2 to 12 Wash. 
THE NEW PHOENIX, C. 

L. Saunders, prop. 11 to 15 How. 

See page 11 
Webster House, 5 Washington 

House Finish 
MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 

and 14 Pleasant. - See page 808 
WOODSUM F. P. Ferry, Br. 

3ee page 808 

House Furnishing Goods 
Lamprey William B. 30 Wash. sq. 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE)^6, 8 

and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 
ROSENGARD FURNI- 
TURE CO. 17 Merrimack. 

See page- 825 

House Heating 

GOODRICH & COLLUM, 

16 Winter. See page 819 

Hulled Corn 

Chase Timothy D., Lowell ave. 

Ice 

Davis Charles A. 210 Water 
Frye J. S. (whol.) North ave. n, 

N. H. line 
HAVERHILL ICE CO. 

(THE) A. A. Sargent, pres. ; 
Charles F. Smith, treas. ; 7 Em- 
erson. See page 20 



Moses O. E., South Cross id. Br. 
People's Ice Co., Concord 
TAYLOR GOODWIN CO. 

.16 Main, Br. See side lines in 
General Directory 

lee Cream 

Crockett Lewis H. 167 Water 

PICKARD BEN T. (whole- 
sale and retail), 39 and 41 Merri- 
mack. See opp. page 55 

Rice A. E. Mrs. 117 Main, Br. 

TANNER H. C. 24 Main. See 
page 399 

Incandescent Wiring 
CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washington. See page 807 
KIMBALL H. W. 13 Main. 

See front cover 

Injectors 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

Insect Screens 
BURROWES E. T. CO. 

(THE) Spring, cor. Center, 
Portland. See page 825 

Instirance Agents and 
Companies 
ADAMS J. FRED, 9 Emer- 
son. See back cover 
Bassett Seth C. 26 Merrimack 
Boody R. M. 4 Water 
Bowley William M. 73 Merrimack 
CHASE DANIEL S. 174 Mer- 
rimack. See page 814 
Davis II. C. & Co. 103 Merrimack 
Davis John F. 86 Chestnut 
EQUITABLE LIFE AS- 
SURANCE SOCIETY 
(THE; of the U. S., D. S. 
Chase, gen. agt. 174 Merrimack. 
See page 814 
FRANKLE & TILTON, 151 

Merrimack. See page 10 
Goodell W. S. 115 Merrimack 
GOODWIN C. H. 21 Main. 

See front cover 
Gould Ralph W. 103 Merrimack 
HAMLIN F. S. 212 Merrimack. 

See back cover 
HARDING ALBERT G. 9 

Merrimack. See page 16 
Hilliard Chas. E. 121 Merrimack 
John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. 

Co. 91 Merrimack, rm. 47 
Kelly Chas. O. 174 Merrimack 
LADD A. SHIRLEY, 25 
Washington sq. See page 18 



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Insurance Agents and 
Companies — C on, 
McDAlD JOHN S. 3 Wash- 
ington sq. See page 74 
MET. LIFE INS. CO. 3 Wash- 
ington sq. See page 74 
Nealley G. F. 60 Merrimack 
New York Life Insurance Co. 72 

Merrimack 
PAGE WILLIAM H. 117 

Merrimack. See page 3 
Prudential Life Ins. Co. 25 Wash- 
ington sq. 
SMITH FRED K. 174 Merri- 
mack. See back cover 
Smith J. F. 174 Merrimack 
Titcomh J. S. 174 Merrimack 
Vittum William S. 174 Merrimack 
Walker Edgar H. 593 Washington 
Williams H. 210 Merrimack 

Insurance Companies 

Having Agencies in 

Haverhill 

J. Fred Adams, agent. 
./Etna Indemnity Co., of Hartford 
Continental, of New York 
Fire Association, of Pennsylvania 
Manufacturers and Merchants, of 

Pittsburgh Pa. 
Travelers Accident and Life 
Worcester Mutual 

Daniel S. Chase, agent. 
The Equitable Life Assurance So- 
ciety of the U. S. 

Fraukie & Tiltou, agents 

American, of New York 

American, of Philadelphia 

Boston, of Boston, Mass. 

Citizens Mutual, of Boston, Mass. 

Commercial LTnion Assurance Co. 
of Loudon, England 

Dorchester Mutual, of Dorchester 

Farmers, of York, Pa. 

Franklin, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hanover, of Ne\V» York 

Liverpool & London & Globe, of 
England 

Loudon Guarantee and Accident 
Co. of Loudon 

Merrimack Mutual, of Andover 

Mutual Protection, of Charles- 
town 

National AssuraneeCo. of Ireland 

New Hampshire, of Manchester, 
N. H. 

New Jersey Plate Glass, of New- 
ark, N. J. 

North British and Mercantile, of 
London 



Norwich Union, of Norwich, Eng* 
Palatine, of Manchester, Eng. 
Pennsylvania of Penn. 
Royal, of Liverpool, Eng. 
Spring Garden, of Philadelphia, 

Pa. 
Underwriters" Agency, of New 

York City 
U. S., of New York City 
U. S. Fidelity and Guaranty Co. 
Williamaburg Citv, of Brooklyn, 

N. Y. * -' 

F. S. Hamlin, agent. 

iEtua, of Hartford, Accident, Life 
and Indemnity 

British America Assurance Co. of 
Toronto 

Caledonian, of Scotland 

Citizens Mutual, of Boston, Mass. 

Delaware Ins. Co. Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Dorchester Mutual, of Boston, 
Mass. 

Firemen's Fund Ins. Co. Cali- 
fornia 

Frankfort, of Germany Liability 
Ins. 

German Alliance, of New York 

Lloyds Plate Glass, of Xew York 

Lion Fire, of London 

London & Lancashire, of England 

Niagara Fire, of New York 

Orient, of Hartford 

Rochester German, of Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Scottish Union National, of Edin- 
burgh 

The Merchants, of Newark, N. J. 

Albert G. Harding, agent. 

Caledonian-American, of New 
York 

Mechanics Ins. Co. Milwaukee 

Prussian National Ins. Co. of 
Stettin, Germany 

Travelers Ins. Co. (life aud acci- 
dent) of Hartford, Conn. 

Travelers Ins. Co. (liability) of 
Hartford, Conn. 

A. Shirley Ladd, agent. 

Citizens, of St. Louis 
Continental, of New York 
Hamburg-Bremen, of Germany 
Hingham Mutual of Hingham, 

Mass. 
Manchester Assurance of Englaudi 
New England Mutual Life Ins. 

Co. of Boston, Mass. 
New York Underwriters Agency 

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Springfield F. & M. of Spring- 
field, Mass. 
U.'S. Casualty Co. of New York 
U. S. Guarantee Co. of New York 
Westchester of New York 

William H. Page, agent. 

American, of Newark 

Caledonian, of Scotland 

Fidelity and Casualty 

German American, of New York 

Greenwich, of New Y r ork 

Imperial, of London 

London Assurance, of London 

Mass. Mutual Life 

New York Plate Glass 

Phoenix Assurance, of London 

St. Paul, of St. Paul 



Fred R. Smith, agent. 

Sun Insurance Office, of London, 
Eng. 

German, of Freeport, 111. 

Buffalo German, of Buffalo, N. Y. 

Buffalo Commercial, of Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

North American, of Boston, Mass. 

Western, of Pittsburg, Pa. 

Capital, of Concord, N. H. 

Colonial, of New York 

India Mutual, of Boston 

Holyoke Mutual, of Salem, Mass. 

Traders and Mechanics, of Low- 
ell, Mass. 

Middlesex Mutual, of Concord, 
Mass. 

Worcester Mutual, of Worcester, 
Mass. 

Lowell Mutual, of Lowell, Mass. 

Merchants and Farmers, of Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

Fitchburg, of Fitchburg, Mass. 

Dorchester, of Neponset, Mass. 

Central Accident, of Pittsburg, 
Pa. 

John Hancock Mut. Life, of Bos- 
ton 

United States Casualty Co., of 
New Yoik 



Iron and Steel 

(See also Hardware.) 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 31 

Merrimack. See page 171 
HANSCOM BROS. 28-30 

Main See page 809 
SAYWARD J. H. 21-23 Wash- 
ington. See page 809 



Iron Pipe (Galvanized and 

Plain) 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 
WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 

132 Federal, Boston. See p. 818 

Iron Work {Builders' ) 
HOLMES M. S. r. 1 Water. 

See page 16 

Jewelers 

Disraelly & Abel (mufg.) 30 Mer- 
rimack 

FOSTER A. H. 158 Merrimack. 
See page 14 

KIMBALL L. & SON, 79 
Merrimack- See page 816 

Smith A. B. & Co. 71 Merrimack 



Jewelry 

(See also Watches and Jewelry.) 

BATES JAMES C. 130 Mer- 
rimack. See page 73 
Dole H. L. 19 Merrimack 
Eno L. Joseph, 67 Merrimack 
FOSTER A. H. 158 Merrimack. 

See page 14 
Gallison G. W. 21 Emerson 
Havener Harry, 198 Merrimack 
Hussey D. M. Mrs. 94 Merrimack 
McGOVERN JAS. H. 190 

Merrimack. See back cover 
Smith A. B. & Co. 71 Merrimack 
Wood H. W. 35 Merrimack 

Job Wagons 

(See also Teamsters.) 
Armstead Edmund, Wash. sq. 
Bond J. T. 70 Summer 
Bresnahan John, Washington sq. 
Draper George, Washington sq. 
Draper John, Washington sq. 
Dwyer James Jr.. Washington sq. 
Dwyer Moses, Wash. sq. 
Gibbs Horace E. Washington sq. 
Grimes D. H. Washington sq. 
Linnehan Dennis, Washington sq. 
Nelson Thomas J. Wash. sq. 
Bichardson Frank W. Wash. sq. 
Young O. C... Main, junct. Winter 

Junk 

Fine Simon, 22 River 
Golden M. 35 Hale 
Lewitsky Thomas, Merrill's ct. 
Roberts Alexander, 199 Essex 
Sigel M. 20 River 



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Justices of the Peace 

{For full list see end of Miscella- 
neous Department.) 

BARTLETT N. C. 47 Merri- 
mack. See page 806 

BARTLETT W. S. 174 Merri- 
mack. See page 805 

B A T C H E L D E R J. 
FRANK, 212 Merrimack, rm. 
1 . See page 805 

FULLER EDMOND B. 91 
Merrimack. See page 803 

GOODWIN CHARLES H. 
21 Main. See front cover 

GOODWIN JAMES W. 81 
Merrimack. See p. 803 

GOODWIN MYRON H. 
83 Merrimack. See page 803 

KERRIGAN GEORGE E. 
174 Merrimack. See page 805 

Mcdonald william j. 

103 Merrimack, rm. 26. See 
page 805 

MOODY & BARTLETT, 
115 Merrimack. See page 804 

PEARL FRANCIS H. 83 
Merrimack. See page 804 

PETERS & COLE, 195 Merri- 
mack. See page 804 

POOR CHARLES H. 91 Mer- 
rimack, nns. 1 to 3. See page 
803 

RAND FRANK N. 90 Merri- 
mack. See front cover 

SAVAGE EDWARD B. 81 
Merrimack. See page 804 

TBASK ROBERT D. 3 
Wash. sq. See page 806 

Kindling Wood 
ELLIOTT GEORGE C. CO. 
218 to 224 River. See page 821 
HAVERHILL BOX CO. end 

Hale. See page 817 
HAYES C. H.30 to 36 Granite. 
See page 810 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods 
LESLIE PERLEY, 28 to 40 

Merrimack. See page S24 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6,8 

and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 
ROSENGARD E. & CO. 171 

Merrimack. See page 825 

Laces, Embroidery and 

Ladies 9 Furnishing 

Goods 

LESLIE P. 28 to 40 Merrimack. 

See page 824 



MITCHELL & CO. 76 to S<> 

Merrimack. See page 824 

Ladies 9 Shirt Waist Mnfr. 
LEA INGEBRIGHT, 173 

Merrimack. See page 827 

Ladies 9 Suits and Cloaks 
MITCHELL & CO. 76 to 80 

Merrimack. See page 824 

Lamps and Lamp Goods 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8 

and 10 Merrimack. See front 

cover 

Last 3Infr. 
Blake Last Co. 18 Washington 
Haverhill Last Co. 89 Essex 
Hov^y J. H. & Son, 50 Wingate 
MILLAY FRED W. 100 

Phrenix row. See page 812 - 
Savels G. Perry, 32 Washington 
Wadleigh Levi C. & Sons, 23 

Granite 

Laundries 

Brooks Fred K. 14 Washington 
Carrigg John J. 37 Emerson 
Charlie Goon, 78 White 
Chin Fong, 32 Locust 
Chin Fung, 183 Elm, Br. 
Chin Sing, 60 Emerson 
EAGLE LAUNDRY, Mrs. A. 

H. Hodgdon, prop, rear 106 to 

114 Merrimack. See page 825 
Eye G. S. 3 Washington ave. 
Fay McKee, 23 Main 
Goon Lee, 22 Lafayette sq. 
Haverhill Laundry, 55 Main 
Hop Sing, 16 High 
King George, 39 Water 
Low Chev\% 362£ Washington 
Merithevv Edgar S. 66 Essex 
MERRIMACK STEAM 

LAUNDRY, 14 Washington. 

See page 23 
Mikado Laundry, 18 Water 
Moy Henry, 19 Kenoza ave. 
Moy K. Wav, 57 White 
PENTUCKET LAUNDRY, 

8 Bridge. See page 332 
Quong Lee, 10 Emerson 
Quong On, 26 Primrose 
Sam Lee, 54 Locust 
Sam Sing. 215 Washington 
Shing L. C. & Co. 121 Winter 
Sing Kee, 221 Washington 
Sing Lee, 6 How 
Sing Lung, 123 River 
STANSFIELD & CHASE, 8 

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Sun VV;ih, 52 Emerson 

Tom Kee, 74 Water 

TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 

66 Essex. See page 19 
True Minnie L. r. 16 Walnut 
Wall Kee, 41 Main, Br. 
Willie Goon, 354 Washington 
Wong Charlie, 86 Lafayette sq. 
Wong Sing, 44 Winter 
Wong Way, 133 Lafayette sq. 
Yick Wah, 11 Harrison 

Lawyers 

Ahbott Essex S. 91 Merrimack 
Abbott Ira A. 81 Merrimack 
Adams Charles H. jl03 Merrimack, 

rm. 14 
BARTLETT N. C. 47 Merri- 
mack. See page 806 
BARTLETT W. S. 174 Merri- 
mack. See page 805 
BATCHELDER J.FRANK 
212 Merrimack, rm. 1. See p. 805 
Dayis George I. 83 Merrimack 
Dunlea Johu M. 91 Merrimack 
Goodwin Charles S.115 Merrimack 
GOODWIN JAMES W. 81 

Merrimack. See page 803 
GOODWIN MYRON H. 83 

Merrimack. See page 803 

HARRIMAN LOUIS H. 

(patent atty.) 163 Merrimack 

and 23 Court, B. See back cover 

Howe Guidon S. 91 Merrimack 

KERRIGAN GEORGE E, 

174 Merrimack. See page 805 
Lufler F. S. 91 Merrimack 

Mcdonald william j. 

203 Merrimack, room 26. See 

page 805 
MERRILL HENRY N. 163 

Merrimack. , See page 806 
Mitchell George Jr. 115 Merrimack 
MOODY & BARTLETT, 

rms. 2, 3 and 4 Masonic bldg. 

115 Merrimack. See page 804 
Newell Franklin N. 91 Merrimack 
PEARL FRANCIS H. 83 

Merrimack. See page 304 
PETERS & COLE, 195 Mer- 
rimack. See page 804 
PINGREE & RYAN, 163 

Merrimack. See page 803 
POOR CHARLES H. AND 

EDMUND B. FULLER, 

91 Merrimack, rms. 1 to 3. See 

page 803 
Sargent Horace M. City Hall 
SAVAGE EDWARD B. 81 

Merrimack^ room 7. See p. 804 
Sawyer Charles E. 103 Merrimack 
Tapley Rufus P. 11 Washington 



TRASK ROB E R T D. 3 

Wash. sq. See page 806 
Winn Johu J. 212 Merrimack 
Young Alex. 103 Merrimack 

Leather 

ARNOLD C. W. & CO. 2 to 6 

Arnold pi. See front cover 
Bird F. R. & Co. (patent) 29 Rail- 
road sq. 
Foster Beriah& Co. 16 and 18 Win- 
gate 
Foster F. J. 60 Washington 
Home & Stevens, 62 Wingate 
JONES F. E. CO. 95 South. 

See page 811 
Kennedy Dennis T. 79 Washington 
KISTLER, LESH & CO. 597 
to 599 Atlantic ave. Boston. 
See page 811 
Laugley & Martin, 76 Wash. 
LENNOX & BRIGGS (mo- 
rocco) r. 22 Duncan. See p. 811 
Prescott E. C. & Co. 95 Wash. 
Priest A. B. 35 Wingate 
Sumner C. P. & Co. 78 Wingate 
UNITED S T A T E S 

LEATHER CO. (THE) 204 
Essex, Boston. See page 811 

Leather Hoard 

(See Straw and Leather Board.) 

Leather Enamel 

The Mitchell Enamel C o. 40 
Washington 

Leather Remnants and 
Trimmings 

Bay State Leather Remnant Co. 

74 Washington 
Haselton C. W. & Co. 45 Wingate 
Mailloux Edward, 217 Essex 
Rowell J. M. 120 Washington 
TENNEY M. G. 112 Phcenix 

row. See page 813 
Tilton Ernest P. 27 Railroad sq 

Leather Soles 
ARNOLD C. W. & CO. 2 to 8 

Arnold pi. See front cover 
ARNOLD T. M. & CO. 

(Union Leather) 6 to 14 Win- 
gate. See front cover 

Lime, Plaster and Cement 
CHASE D. D. LUMBER 

CO. 9 Washington ave. cor. 
Myrtle. See page 821 
TAYLOR-GOODWIN CO. 

16 Main, Br. See side lines in 
General Directory 



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Liquors, Wines, Etc. 

Barry Edward H. 32 Water 

Bean J. H. & Co. 17 and 21 Water 

Beauvais A. 29 Lafayette sq. 

Carroll T. F. 50 Essex 

Currier W. M. 46 Main, 

Dearborn J. F. & Co. 29 to 33 

Locust 
Dillon P. J. 124 Washington 
Donahoe Bros. 2 to 6 Harrison 
Gardella L. 58 to 62 River 
Hewitt R. E. & Co. 98 River 
Hickey J. M. 167 Merrimack 
Hynes Edward F. 179 Merrimack 
Kief F. F. 179 Merrimack 
Lapeiie Joseph I. Ill Lafayette sq. 
Leger & Coyne, 37 Essex " 
Mahouey Cornelius C. 28 Locust 
Marin T. & Co. 73 to 79 Essex 
McCarthy D. L.2834 aud 285 River 
McCarthy M. H. 63 and 65 Essex 
McDonald T.H. 152 and 154 Wash. 
Miller Win. P. & Co. 97 River 
Nolan & Fitzgerald, 243 Winter 
O'Leary M. 27 Washington 
Painctiaud Alfred, 257 Winter 
Powers Dennis A. 7 Washington 
Provost N. & Co. 216 and 218 

Essex 
Roque & Tessier, 27 and 29 Lafay- 
ette sq. 
Shaw Robert, 6 Essex 
Southwick E. F. 168 Merrimack 
Splaine R. A. & Co. 38 and 40 Fleet 
TAFFE DANIEL & CO. 1 

Lafayette sq. See page 826 
Woodcock & Daley, 91 Primrose 

Livery, Boarding and Sale 

Stables 
BARAW & HUNT, 10 Cen- 
tral, Br. See page 2 

DOLE & CHILDS, S to 14 

Stage. See page 823 

Loan Agent 
GOODWIN C. H. 21 Main 
See front cover 

Lock Comer Boxes 
PAGE GEORGE G. BOX 

CO. 3 to 13 Hampshire, Cam- 
bi idgeport. See page 

Lubricating Oils 

EUREKA MACHINE CO. 

19 Essex. See page 8i5 

Lumber 

CHASE D.D.LUMBERCO. 

9 Wash ave. cor. Myrtle. See 
page 82 * 



POTTER WARREN W. 30 

Pleasant. See page 3 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Nepon- 
set; exhibit, 166 Devonshire; 
salesroom, 1 Sudbury, Haymar- 
ket sq. Boston. See page 21 
TAYLOR-GOODWIN CO. 
16 Main, Br. See side lines in 
General Directory 

Lunch Booms 

(See also Dining Booms and Res- 
taurants.) 
Boucher N. P. 48 Lafayette sq. 
Foster G. C. 185 Washington 
Lane A. L. 57 Essex 
McCutcheon & Johnston, 165 Mer- 
rimack 
Slavit Max, 13 Emerson 
Sullivan J. R. 229 Essex 

Machinists 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 

page 18 
BUSFIELD JAMES, 72 

Phoenix row See page 815 
Campbell Thomas W. Davis place 
CAVERLY BROS. 148 Wash- 
ington. See page 815 
EUREKA MACHINE CO. 

19 Essex. See page 815 
Foster M. H. r. 100 Washington 
HAVERHILL MACHINE 

WORKS, 66 Phoenix row. 

See page 815 
Home C. D. 80 Water 
Reece Button Hole Machine Co. 

108 Washington 
SAWYER H.R. 18 Fleet. See 

page 370 
Union Special Sewing Machine 

Co. 108 Washington 
United Shoe Machinery Co. 114 

Washington 
Webster Shoe Machine Co. 67 

Washington 

Mnfg. Company 
HAVERHILL GAS LIGHT 

CO. 106 Merrimack. See p. 807 

Marble and Terra Cotta 

Statuary 

CUMMINGS FRANK G. 51 

Main and 29 River, Br. See 
front cover 

Marble, Granite and Free- 
Stone Workers 
CUMMINGS FRANK G. 51 

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HAVERHILL GRANITE 
& MARBLE WORKS, 66 

Winter. See page 74 

Masons and Contractors 

Brickett Levi P. r. 19 Main 
CATE FRED H. 2 Clinton 

See page 9 
pieary W. F. 21 Blaisdell 
Dorsey Thomas, 49 Fifth ave. 
FROST CHARLES F. 230 

Washington. See page 817 * 
Hanson Stephen W. 40 Sheridan 
Kelley Bros. 6 Park 
MARSHALL BROS. 25 Tem- 
ple. See page 14 
Merrvman R. 138 Cedar 
RilevD. D. 2 West 
ROCHE JOHN M. 20 West 

See page 820 
Watson John, 35 Warren, Br. 
Webster Albert E. 1 Little River 
W T escott & Shannon, r. 1 Water- 
Masons' Materials 
CHASE D. D. LUMBER 

CO. 9 Washington ave. corner 

Mvrtle. See page 821 
TAYLOR-GOODWIN CO. 

16 Main, Br. See side lines in 

General Directory 

Massage 

Caswell W. S. Mrs. 4 Main 
Wentworth Mary, 55£ Webster 

Master in Chancery 

Trudell W. II. 91 Merrimack 

Mattresses 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 

10 Merrimack. See front cover 
ROSENGARD E. & CO. 171 

Merrimack. See page 825 

Mechanical Engineers 
HAVERHILL MACHINE 
WORKS, 66 Phceuix row. 
See page 815 

Medicines 

Davis Hiram P. 36 Cedar 
Lovely Joseph, 6 Little River 
Rex Dyspepsia Cure Co. 25 Emer- 
son 

. Memorial Work 
CUMMINGS FRANK G. 51 

Main and 29 River, Br. See 
front cover 



Merchant Tailors 

BOYNTON F. W. 11 Merri- 
mack. See page 824 

OSGOOD C. C. & CO. 82 Mer- 
rimack. See page 323 

PERKINS H. L. 22 Main. See 
page 829 

SHORT JOSEPH M. & CO. 
174 Merrimack. See page 74 

Metal Ceilings 

COLE N. S. 14 Lafayette, Br. 
See foot lines in gen'l dy. 

Milk 

Barnes B. F. 200 Board man 
Blair Robert N. Broadway 
Buttrick A. W., Broadway 
Carter U. G., Broadwav, n. Lake 
CHAD WICK WARREN B. 

19 Eleventh ave. See page 73 
Curtin Daniel J. 21 High 
Espovich Nathan N. 650 Wash. 
Fox George E., Boston rd. near 

Ferry rd. Br. 
Hale H. C. 175 Kenoza 
Haynes George A. 331 Lowell av. 
Haynes George W. 164 Broadway 
Haynes G. M. 262 Lowell ave. 
Haynes Jackson, 273 Lowell ave. 
Home Charles W., Salem, Br. 
Hussey John E., Neck rd. W. H. 
Jaques Wm. T. 475 Kenoza, E. P. 
Kimball F. 789 E. Broadway, R.V. 
Kimball J. W., Broadway 
Kimball Wm. B., Liberty 
Laliberte N., Hilldale ave. 
Lowell Jerry M. 2 Prospect 
Marble Isaac H., off S. Cross rd. 

Br. 
Martin George C. 159 Broadway 
Phillips Charles, Willow ave. Br. 
Shattuck Kendall, Elliott, near 

Amesbury rd. 
Towne Alden 1. 297 Salem, Br. 
WASON GEORGE M. 69ft 

Main, bey. Dustin sq. See p. 2 

Mill Supplies 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 
EUREKA MACHINE CO. 

19 Essex. See page 815 

Millinery 

Allen M. E. Mrs. 66 Merrimack 
Bonney Nellie H. 94 Merrimack 
Bryant Hattie, 9 Water 
Court eau O. G. Mme. 160 Merri- 
mack 
Couture Julri Mrs. 185 Merrimack 



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Millinery — Con, 

Curtiti Katheriue A. 21 High 
Dwiunells Estella A. 128 Winter 
Ford H. W. Mrs. 144 Groveland 
Gove X. A. Co. 67 Merrimack 
Hamblett L. Mrs. 38 Vine 
Hatch A. E. & Co. 158 Merrimack 
Higgins E. F. Mrs. 154 Merrimack 
Keeue Rosa A. Mrs. 130 Merri- 
mack 
LESLIE PERLEY, 28 to 40 

Merrimack. See page 824 
Marrs & Kennedy, 54 Winter 
Martin Susie R. 41 Sixth ave. 
Rhodes C. N. 54 Merrimack 
Smith J. B. Mrs. 65 Merrimack 
Williams Vesta E. 53 Pecker 

Millwright 
FROST C. F. 230 Washington. 
See page 817 

Mineral Water 
ANDREWS & WOOD, 18 

and 20 Phoenix row. See opp. 
page 55 

Mirrors 

HARVEY GLASS CO. 11 
Wingate. See page 819 

Models 
HAVERHILL MACHINE 
WORKS, 66 Phoenix row. 
See page 815 

Monumental Works 

CUMMINGS FRANK G. 51 

Main and 29 River, Br. See 
front cover 
HAVERHILL GRANITE 
AND MARBLE WORKS, 

66 Winter. See page 74 

Morocco, Kid, Goat and 

Sheepskins 
JONES F. E. CO. 95 South, 
Boston. See page 811 

Morocco Mnfrs. 
LENNOX & BRIGGS, r. 22 

Duncan. See page 811 

Mortgages Negotiated 
Elliott Geo. E. 104 Merrimack 
GARDNER F. P. 212 Merri- 
mack. See hack cover 
LeBLANC JOSEPH, 103 
Merrimack. See page 2 

Moulded Counters 

HANSCOM WILLIS H. rear 
98 Washington. See page 810 



Mouldings and Brackets 

BRYANT BROS. 51 Main, Br. 
See page 17 

FROST C. F. 230 Washington. 
See page 817 

MESSENGER E. A. TO, 12, 
and 15 Pleasant. See page 808 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 
CO. (THE) mills at Neponset, 
exhibit. 166 Devonshire, sales- 
room 1 Sudbury, Haymarket 
sq. Boston. See page 21 

WOODSUM FRANK P. 
Ferry, Br. See page 808 

Music Dealers {Sheet) 
DOW S. A. 105 Merrimack. See 

page 807 
MORSE C. C. & SON, 60 Mer- 
rimack. See page 814 

Musical Instruments 

(See also Pinaos and Organs.) 

DOW S. A. 105 Merrimack. 
See page 807 

French H. E. 14 Water 

MORSE C. C. & SON, 69 Mer- 
rimack. See page 814 

Peabody Fred W. 208 Merrimack. 

Newspapers 

HAVERHILL GAZETTE 

(daily and weekly) Haverhill 

Gazette Pub. Co.' 100 and 102 

Merrimack 
PRESS PUBLISHING CO. 

L. R. Hovey, 4 Main. Seep. 345 
SATURDAY EVENING 

CRITERION fTHE) 4 

Main. See page 345 
SUNDAY RECORD (THE) 

4 Main. See page 345 

Newspapers and Periodicals 

(See also Periodicals.) 
Armstrong G. W. Dining Rooms 

& News Co., Haverhill R. R. sta. 
Chase Elijah C. 9 Bridge 
Graves L. M. Mrs. 1 Water 
Holland Geo. E. 7 Water 
HOW WILLIAM E. 27 Wash. 

sq. See page 814 . 
Parker M. E. 4 Merrimack 

Notaries Public 

(For full list see end of Misc. Dept.) \ 
BARTLETT N. C. 47 Merri- 
mack. See page 806 
BARTLETT W. S. 174 Merri 
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BATCHELDER J.FRANK 

212 Merrimack, rm. 1. See 
page 805 

COFFIN CHARLES H. 270 
River. See page 806 

GARDNER F. P. 212 Merri- 
mack. See back cover 

GOODWIN JAMES W. 81 
Merrimack. See p;ige 803 

GOODWIN MYRON H. 83 
Merrimack. See page 803 

HARRIMAN LOUIS H. 163 
Merrimack. See hack cover 

LADD A. SHIRLEY, 25 
Wash. sq. See page 18 

MCDONALD W. J. 103 Mer- 
rimack. See page 805 

MOODY & BARTLETT, 1 15 
Merrimack. See page 804 

PEARL FRANCIS H. 83 
Merrimack. See page 804 

PETERS & COLE, 195 Mer- 
rimack. See page 804 

PINGREE MELLEN A. 163 
Merrimack. See page 803 

POOR CHARLES H. & 
EDMUND B. FULLER, 
91 Merrimack. See page 803 

RAND FRANK N. 90 Merri- 
mack. See front cover 

TRASK ROBERT D. 3 Wash. 
sq. See page 806 

Nurserymen 

Home H. J. & Co. 18 Columbia 

Park. 
SPINNEY F. W. 20 Portland. 

See page 22 

Nurses 

Baker Jesse A. 38 Vine 
Beal Lizzie J. Mrs. 207 Groveland 
Beardsley Olive E. 65 W 7 ash ave. 
Blowers R. Mrs. l.Bragg ct. 
Brown J. A. Mrs. 13 Davenport 
Brown M. S. 11 Fifth ave. 
Brown Phebe S. 7 White 
Chase A. Gertrude, 112 Main, Br. 
Coffin M. E. Mrs. 14 Baldwin 
Cole Sarah A. Mrs. 6 Worthen pi. 
Connor Hannah Mrs. 52 Harrison 
Cummings Sarah, 2 Forest ave. 
Curtis Abbie E. 18 Allen, Br. 
Davis Martha G. Mrs. 1 Cherry 
Dennis E. Mrs. 103 Grove 
Directory for Nurses, 3 Merri- 
mack 
Dustin Elizabeth, 390 Water 
Eastman N. Netta, 48 Highland 

ave. 
Faiibanks Mary E. Mrs. 171 Water 
Fletcher Cora B. 119 Water 



Eraser Mary L. 119 Main 
French Sarah J. 63 Kimball 
Gardner Olive S. 14 Lindel 
Gould Charlotte, 105 Winter 
Harvey Fanny, 20 Auburn 
Holmes Sally B. 16 Spring, Br. 
Holroyd Elizabeth, 2 Salem, Br. 
Howe James, 17 Summer 
Johnson Carrie L., Salem, near 

Old Cemetery. Br. 
Keniston Margaret Mrs. 2 Summer 
Kimball M. F. Mrs. 4 Salem, Br. 
Lee Ruth E. Mis. 204 Neweomb 
Luce Lillian L. 154 Kenoza ave. 
Maynard Sarah A.Mrs. 18 Kent 
McNeil Celia M. 6 Vine 
Melanson Bridget Mrs. 71 Portland 
Merrill Alice B. 48 Highland ave. 
Morse Mabel, 70 Howard 
Oakes E. M. Mrs. 390 Water 
O'Connor Mary A. 30 Lancaster 
Ordway Gertrude M. 739 E.Broad- 
way 
Pearson Frances, 46 Arlington 
Perkius Frances A. Mrs. 32 Pleas- 
ant 
Perham Lizzie R. 14 Westland ter. 
Pickering Cynthia, 45 Auburn 
Preble T. M. Mrs. 9 Pilling 
Read George U. 12 Grant 
Richardson E. F. Mrs. 416 Water 
Ridlon Jane W. Mrs. 60 Winter 
Ryan Mary E. 17 Doane, Br. 
Sawyer A. W. Mrs. 188 Groveland 
Smith Emma L. Mrs. 21 Carleton 

ave. Br. 
Stimpson Harriet E. 27 Summer 
Temple J. E. Mrs. 5 York 
Thibodeault Nellie M. 15 Green- 
ville 
Tilton Caleb E. 5 Eighth ave. 
Tourtillotte Nellie A. 33 N.Broad- 
way 
Turner Eliza, 11 Park 
Vaughan Charles E. Mrs. 13 Port- 
land 
Weeks Leola B. 21 Merrimac, Br. 
Williams Isabel F. 11 Haverhill 
Wilson Fannie P. 66 Emerson 
Winn Eliza J. 512 Washington 
Winton Charlotte A. Mrs. 28 

Seventh ave. 
Young Mabel, 25 Portland 

Oil 

Standard Oil Co. of N. Y. end 
Stevens 

Optical Goods 
BATES JAMES C. 130 Merri- 
mack. See page 73 
McGOYERN J. H. 190 Merri- 
mack. See back cover 



470 



HAVERHILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Opticians 

BATES JAMES C. 130 Merri- 
mack. See page 73 
Cowan II. I. n Walnut 
Eno L. Joseph, 67 Merrimack 
Gage Edward A. 19 Merrimack 
KIMBALL L. & SON. 79 

Merrimack. See page 816 
Longfellow F. E. (mufg.) 26 Mer- 
rimack 
McGOVERN J. H. 190 Mer- 
rimack. See back cover 
Smith A. B. & Co. 71 Merrimack 

Oriental Goods. 

Tradd G. E. 65 Merrimack 

Packing Box Shooks. 

PAGE GEORGE G. BOX 

CO. 3 to 13 Hampshire, Cam- 
bridgeport. See page 417 

Packing Boxes 

PAGE GEORGE G. BOX 

CO. 3 to 13 Hampshire, Cam- 
bridgeport. See page 447 

Painters 
(CARRIAGE.) 

Buchanan G. E. 130 North ave. 
Carr Charles P. 1 Merrill's ct. 
Fitzgerald M. 11 Stage 
Kelley Frank J. r. 30 Pleasant 
Lamoureux S. 5 Clift 
Lincoln H. S. 5 Colby, Br. 
Sullivan T. A. r. 212 Essex 

(FRESCO.) 

Morton William A. 10 Columbia 
park 

(HOUSE AND SIGN.) 

Brannan Harry S. r. 10 Court 
BRYANT BROS, (house) 51 

Main, Br. See page 17 
Burnham A. B. r. 10 Walnut 
BUTLER FREDERICK, 22 

Pleasant. See page 16 
Butler W. Herbert, 22 West 
Campbell Alex. G. 2 Pleasant. Br. 
Clay Charles R. 42 Oak 
COLE N. S. 14 Lafayette, Br. 

See foot lines in general dy. 
Crouk Arthur E. r.450 Merrimack 
Cullen J. Frank, 178 Franklin 
Daoust .J. 62 High 
Dillingham C. E. (sign) 26 West 



Eno W. I. 508 Groveland 
Hammer S. 10 Merrimac, Br. 
Hanson G. W. & Son, 8 Fleet 
HAVERHILL HOUSE 

PAINTING CO. 2 West. 

See page 19 
Haverhill Sign Co. 11 Merrimack 
Holroyd A. r. 108 Merrimack 
Johnson C. C. 6 Spring pi. 
Kennedy J. A. r." 104 Merrimack 
Knight A. 6 School 
LUFKIN E. H. (sign) 9 Fleet. 

See page 273 
Merrill F. 12 Washington ave. 
Mindele Hinman, 205 Biver 
MOXCEY J. P. 38 Main. See 

page 11 
Pond C. W. & Son. base. 17 West 
PRAY ROLAND B. (sign) 

P20 Merrimack. See page 344 
Wardman Braham, 31 Franklin 
WINTER & FLYNN, r. 55 j 

Main. See page 11 

Paints, Oils and Glass 
BRYANT BROS. 51 Main, Br. 

See page 17 
FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 31 

Merrimack. See page 171 
HANSCOM BROS. 28 and 30 

Maiu. See pa^e 809 
MOXCEY J. P. 38 Maiu. See 

page 1 1 
SAYWARD J. H. 21 and 23 

Washington. See page 809 

Paper Bags and Twine 
CHASE BROS. 39 Washing- 
ton. See. page 814 
Chandler H. F. 30 Washington 
Pulsifer Paper Co. 64 Wash. 

Paper Box 3Infrs. 

DALTON A. & CO. 50 Phoe- 
nix row. See back cover 

Foss Hazen L. 22 Phoenix row 

HAVERHILL BOX CO. 
end Hale. See page 810 

HAYES C. H. 30 and 36 Gran- 
ite. See page 810 

Hoyt G. H. & Sou, 29 Wingate 

MORSE & HOYT, Kimball 
Island Park, Br. See page 812 

Tapley Irwin W. r. 114 Wash. 

Wood Box Co. (The) 89 to 107 
Washington 

Paper Hangers 
BRYANT BROS. 51 Main, Br. 

See page 17 
BUTLER FREDERICK, 22 

Pleasant. See page 16 



HAVERHILL BUSINESS IEECTOBY 471 


COLE N. S. 14 Lafayette, Bi\ 


Paver 


See foot lines in general dy. 


(CONCRETE.; 


HAVERHILL. HOUSE 
PAINTING CO. 2 West. 


SALTMARSH A. H. 24 Arch. 

See page 818 


See page 19 


MOXCEY J. P. 38 Main. See 


Pension Agent 


page 11 
WINTER & FLYNN, r. 55 


Wood Win. A. 43 Arlington 


Main. See page 11 


Pension Attorney 


Paper Hangings 


Davis J. M. 4 Water 


BRYANT BROS. 51 Main, Br. 

See page 17 
COLE N. S. 14 Lafayette, Br. 


Perfumery 
BREED FRANK M. 67 Main, 


See foot lines in general dy. 


Br. See page 826 


HAVERHILL HOUSE 


Periodicals 


PAINTING CO. 2 West. 


See page 19 


(See also Newspapers and Period- 


Haverhill Wall Paper Co. 160 


icals) 


Merrimack 


HOW WM. E. 27 Washington 


MOXCKY J. P. 38 Main. See 


sq. See page 814 


page 11 
TUCK W. O. 15 Merrimack. 


Photographers 


See page 16 


Anderson A. W. 60 Merrimack 


Tyiell A. B. 12 and 14 Merrimack 


Couture Lazare, 154 Merrimack 


Paper Rulers 


CHICKERING ELMER, 21 

West, B. See opp. page 38 


CHASE BROS. 37 and 41 


Curtis W; H. 26 Merrimack 


Washington. See page 814 


Fowler E. P. 195 Merrimack 


Parasols Repaired 


Fuller Studio (The) 69 Merrimack 
Spuhler Art Gallery, 3 Merrimack 


LANG R. W. 69 Merrimack. 


Tewksbury Elmer L.37Merrimaek 


See page 808 




Paste Mnfr. 


Photographer's'' SupjUles 


Haverhill Paste Co. 48 Phoenix 
row 


KIMBALL HERBERT W. 

13 Main. See front cover 


Hudson A. A. 16 Washington 


Physicians 


Patent Attorney 


(^Members of the Massachusetts 


HARRIMAN LOUIS H. 163 


Medical Society.) 


Merrimack and 23 Court, B. 


* Allen F. H. 56 Emerson 


See back cover 


* Allen George E. 118 Main, Br. 




*Anthony F. W. 112 Main, Br. 


Patent Medicine Mnfrs. and 


*At\vood George M. 127 Main, Br. 


Dealers 


Baziu Adelard, 46 Lafayette sq. 


BREED FRANK M. 67 Main, 


* Benson Chas. S. 50 Merrimack 


Br. See page 826 


Bommarito P. 217 Washington 


TOZIER N. C. & CO. 141 


*Carden Charles J. 106 High 


Washington. See back cover 


Cawley Ernest G. 273 Wash. 


WYER B. F. 49 Main, Br. See 


*Clarke I. J. 112 Emerson 


page 23 


*Clarke Maurice D. 10 Newcomb 




*CLEMENT G. C. 151 Merri- 


Patent Solicitor 


mack, hours 9 to 9.30 A.M., 12 


HARRIMAN LOUIS H. 163 


to 1, 2 to 3, 7 to 8 P.M. Sun- 


Merrimack and 23 Court, B. 


days 2 to 3 P.M. 


See back cover 


Coffin F. H. 91 Emerson 




*Collins W. D. 26 Maiu 


Patterns 


Conner H. L. 85 Emerson, hours 


FROST C. F. (wood) 230 Wash- 


until 9.30 A.M. 2 to 4, 6 to 8 


ington. See page 817 


P. M. 


MILLAY F. W. 100 Phoenix 


Crittenden H. M. 105 Winter 


row. See page 812 


Croston J. F. 84 Emerson 



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Physicians — Con, 

Delisle J. D. 94 Locust 
♦Donahue Hugh, 200 Winter and 

21 White 
Dorion Louis P. A. 121 Merrimack 
♦Dunn Charles S. 133 Main 
*Durant Charles E. 105 Emerson, 
hours 9 to 9.30 A. M. 2 to 3, 7 
to 8 P.M. 
*Foye Charles F. 16 Summer 
*Frothingham Chas. B. 49 Emer- 
son, hours until 9 A. M. 2 to 
3.30, 7 to 8 P. M. 
♦George Arthur P. 156 Main, hours 

12.30 to 2, 7 to 8 P. M. 
♦Goodwin Elmer E. 207 Grove- 
land, until 9 A. M. 12 to 2, 6 to 
8 P. M. 
Griffin N. L. 100 Emerson 
♦Holden W. D. 74 Emerson 
Hubbell A.M.(hoineo) 107 Winter 
Huuking C. D. 103 Merrimack 
Jenuess B. F. 77 Emerson 
Jewett H. C. (homeo) 121 Merri- 
mack 
♦Johnson Otis H. 106 Water 
Jordon John F., Ferry rd. W. H. 
Lamb Frances G. (homeoj 45 

Portland 
Macdougall D. (member of the 
Boston Homeopathic Med. So- 
ciety) 131 Main 
♦McFee William D. 82 Emerson 
Morse S. B. 72 Emerson 
Nolan Michael, 4 Primrose 
♦O'Donnell J. C. Ill Emerson 
Paulhaus O. M. 12 Green 
♦Pierce F. B. 327 Washington 
♦PITCHER HERBERT F. 

50 Merrimack. S?e page 339 
Prevaux J. J. 325 Washington 
♦Robinson Wm. P., Broadway, 

A. V. 
Sargent L. D., Elm, c. Blossom. 

Br. 
♦Spencer G. A. 82 Merrimack 
Sproull John, 331 Washington 
STEVENS C. B. MRS. 10 
Washington ave. See page 822 
Sullivan F. A. 170 Winter 
Symonds Alice G. 53 Winter; of- 
"fiee hours, 8 to 9.30 a. m., 1 to 
3 and 7 to 9 p. m. 
Tessier Charles, 54 Lafayette sq. 
Tetreau T.88 Locust ; office hours, 
until 9 a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 
j>. m. 
Whit ten George E. 154 Main 
♦Young L. J. 28 White; office 
hours, 7 to 8.30 a. m., 1 to 3 and 
7 to 8 p. m. 



Physicians' Prescriptions 
BREED FRANK M. 67 Main, 

Br. . See page 826 
TOZIER N. (3. & CO. 141 

Washington. See back cover 
WYER B. P. 49 Main,. Br. See 
page 23 

Piano Tuners 

Flinn Joseph, 208 Merrimack 
Lougee E. A. 51 Portland 
Marden Arthur P. 71 Merrimack 
Matthews O. R. 105 Merrimack 
Pray L. H. 156 N. Broadway 
Williams Rufus, 26 Main, 

Pianos and Organs 
DOW S. A. 105 Merrimack. See 

page 807 
Regis William & Co. 25 Emerson 
Small Edward D. 96 Main 
Smith A. B. & Co. 71 Merrimack 
STEINERT M. & SONS 
CO. S. A. Dow, mngr. 105 Mer- 
rimack. See page 807 

Pictures and PictureFrames 

DOW S. A. 105 Merrimack. See 
page 807 

Haverhill Picture Framing Co. 171 
Merrimack 

HOW WILLIAM E. 27 Wash- 
ington sq. See page 814 

MORSE C. C. & SON, 69 
Merrimack. See page 814 

Morse H. F. 35 Merrimack 

PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8 
and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 

Small E. D. 96 Main 

TUCK W. O. 15 Merrimack. 
See page 16 

Planing and Sawing Mills 
FROST C. F. 230 VVash. See 

page 817 
MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 

and 14 Pleasant. See p. SOS 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Nepon- 
set; exhibit 166 Devonshire, 
salesroom 1 Sudbury, Hay mar- 
ket, Boston. See page 21 
WOODSUM FRANK P., 
Ferry, Br. See p. 808 

Plasterers 

{See also Whiteners and Colorers.)\ 
Blake J. P. & Son. 9 Bridge 
Kelleher M. J. 251 River 
Melody & Co. 18 West 



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473 



Plate a lass 
McGRATTY & WHEEL- 

ER, 44 Main and 6 Court. See 

POTTER WARREN W. 30 

Pleasant. See page 3 

Plumbers 
BLAKE C. M. & CO. 11 

How. See page 3 
BRADFORD CRAM CO. 

152 Merrimack. See page 802 
Brown William, 25 Phoenix row 
Claridge Win. A. 27 Phoenix row 
GOODRICH & COLLUM, 

16 Winter. See page 819 
Granton Clifton A. 5 West 
Haverhill House Heating Co. 97 

Washington 
Ledoux S. E. 215 Essex 
MILLS & McCLINTOCK,r. 

22 Main. See p. 12 
OWEN E. C. & CO. 24 Main, 

Br. See p. 14 
SAWYER & DEAN, 41 Lo- 
cust. See p. 807 
STAPLES & GILE, r. 108 

Merrimack. See p. 818 
Sullivan J. J. 117 Winter 
Whitehouse Edwin, r. 49 Main, 

Br. 

Portrait Artist 
CHICKERING ELMER, 21 

West B. See opp. 38 

Poultry Raisers 

Osgood William W. 16 Merrimack 
West Henry K. off Amesbury rd. 

Poultry Supplies 
ELLISON J. O. & CO. rear 1 
Water, 142 Essex, 2b Walnut 

and 16 Main. See p. 809 

Printed Booc Makers 
PAGE GEORGE G. BOX 

CO. 3-13 Hampshire, Cambridg- 
port. See page 447 

Pinters(Book and Job.) 

Brown Will E. 50 Phoenix row. 

CHASE BROS, f steel and cop- 
per plate) 37 to 41 Washington 
See page 814 

Corliss John B. 60 Merrimack 

Cox E. W, 7 Merrimack 

Cram William D. 110 Merrimack 

Ford & Co. 20 Emerson 

Glines Printing Co. 112 Wash. 

Linehan W. F. 80 Washington 



MORSE C. C. & SON, 60Mer- 

mack. See page 814 
Nichols E. H. 19 Washington 
Preseot John A. 27 Water 
PRESS PUBLISHING CO. 

4 Main. See page 345 
Stiles Franklin P. 91 Washington 
Torrey & Torrey, 63 Fleet 
WadeJ. Edward, 43 Washington 

Printers 9 Materials 
AMERICAN TYPE FOUN- 
DERS CO. 270 Congress, 
Boston. See page 439 

Printers 9 Hollers. 
OSGOOD J. H. & CO. 100 

Milk, B. See below 

Printers 9 Supplies 
CHASE BROS. 37 to 41 Wash- 

iugton. See page 814 

Printer s{ Wood) 
PAGE GEORGE G. BOX 

CO. 3 to 13 Hampshire, Cam- 

bridgeport. See page 447 

Private Schools 

BRADFORD ACADEMY, 

Main cor. Kingsbury ave. Br. 
bee page 440 

Produce 
BRITTAIN & CO. 13 Main, 

Br. See page 822 
Campbell H. B. (whol.) 175 Essex 
MOULTON EDWARD H. 

132 Essex. See page 821 
MURRAY BROS.CO.(whol) 

Stevens, opp. Stevens Mill. See 

page 22 

Provisions 

At wood Bros. 16 Water 
At wood E. J. 26 Winter 
BEAN JOHN W. 18 Winter. 

See back cover 
Bessette Arsene, 16 Emerson 
Boston Beef Co. 171 Washington 
BRITTIAN & CO. 13 Main 

Br. See page 822 
Chase & Richardson, 159 Winter 
Collins A. D. Primrose c. John 
Foster H. H. 93 Water 
Guy R. O. 43 Lafevette sq. 
Hall O. L. 36 Locust 
Hines Patrick, 246 Essex 
Jones William E. 39 Main, Br. 
McLeod W. A. 108 W T ater 
ORDWAY JUSTIN O. 225 

Washington. See p. 74 



B3&£II1TT£$C J.h.osgood &co., nm | EDO 
Iflll I ClfO too MMk st., Boston. HULLCrio. 



474 



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Provision — Con. 
MOULTON EDWIN H. 

(wholesale) 132 Essex. See 

page 821 
Perry George W. 176 Wash. 
Roche James E. 22 Primrose 
Sloan & Cook, 200 Merrimack 
Stover M. L. 54 Emerson 
Taber Eben S. 35 Water 
Veasey "George D. 97 Main, Br. 

Provisions ( Wholesale) 

Davis C. A. 5 and 7 Batchelder 
Haverhill Beef and Provision Co. 

177 Essex 
Morris Nelson & Co. 172 Essex 
MOULTON EDWIN H. 132 

Essex. See page 821 
MURRAY BROS. CO. Ste- 
vens Mill. See page 22 
Swift Bros. r. 262 Winter 

Psyehometrist 

STEVENS C. B. MRS. 10 

Washington ave. See page 822 

Publishers 

PRESS PUBLISHING CO. 

4 Main. See page 345 
RECORD PUBLISHING 

CO. 4 Main See page 345 

Pumps 
BLAKE C. M. & CO. 11 How. 

See page 3 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 

(copper and iron) 239 to 245 

Causeway, Boston. See p. 18 

Thompson A. L. Crystal ct. A. V. 

Putty 

HARVEY GLASS CO. 11 
Wingate. See page 819 

Railroad 

Boston & Northern St. Ry. Co. 3 

Water 
Exeter, Hampton & Amesbury st. 

ry. 3 Water 
Haverhill and Southern N. H. St. 

Ry. 3 Water 

Reading Rooms 

Public, Summer, cor. Stage, and 

116 Maiu, Br. 
Young Men's C. A. 75 Main 
Young Women's, 3 Merrimack 

Real Estate Agents 
ADAMS J. FRED, 9 Emer- 
son. See back cover 
Bowley Win, M. 73 Merrimack 



Brissette A. J. 90 Merrimack 
Bullock Edgar O. 161 Merrimacl 
Davis John F. 86 Chestnut 
Davis Wm. H. 51 Westfoid 
Fernald Arthur E. 8 Golden 
FROTHINGHAM E. G 

(care and management of es 

tates) 3 Wash. sq. Seep. 45t' 
Furness W. Frank, 9 Merrimack 
GARDNER F. P. 212 Merri 

mack. See back cover 
Godman T. J. 151 Merrimack 
GOODWIN C. H. 21 Main 

See front cover 
Hall Hendrick, base. 1 Spriug pi 
HARDING ALBERT G. i 

Merrimack. See p. 16 
Hill Andrew J. 53 Water 
Jaques Alden P. 67 Wash. 
LADD A. SHIRLEY, 2c 

Wash. sq. See page 18 
LEBLANC J. 193 Merrimack | 

See page 2 
Nichols Geo. H. 4 Water 
Nichols John B. 22 Wash. 
Poor John M. 20 Park 
Poore C. H. 104 Merrimack 
Quinby T. W. 47 Merrimack 
RAND F. N. 90 Merrimack. 

See front cover. 
Russ Frank H. 71 Emerson 
Sargent Alfred M. 174 Merrimacl 
Senter N. F. 72 Merrimack 
Taylor Levi L. H. 9 Merrimack 
Tewksbury John B. 182 Main, Br 
Titcomb John S. 174 Merrimacl 
Vittum William S. 174 Merrimacl 
Webster Richard, 19 Washingtoi 
Wentw r orth George W. 103 Merri 

mack, rms. 11 and 13 
Williams E. C. 73 Merrimack 
Wood R. L. r. 25 Main 
Yeaton W. B. 5 Pleasant 

Refrigerators 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FURI 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6,8 

and 10 Merrimack. See frou 
cover 
ROSENGARD E. & CO. 

Merrimack See page 825 

Regulators (Powers' 
Automatic Temperature 

KIMBALL HERBERT Wl 

13 Maiu. See front cover 

Republican City Com. 

Stevens Allen B. 91 Merrimack ;j 
Restaurants 

(See Dining also Lunch Booms) j 
Babcock Alden, 11 Washington j 
Beaudet Achille, 9 Granite 



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475 



benjamin A. 18o£ Merrimack 
Jlake W. E. 36 Washington 
3ourque Edna M. 249 Winter 
descent Cafe, 191 Merrimack 
>oss C. E. 24 Emerson 
Goodwin John T. & Son, 19 Main 
<eith C. F. 329 River 
iemp John L. 6 Water 
doody Emma G. Mrs. 64 Essex 
lorrill F. T. & J. T. 9 Railroad sq. 
)tis Abbie Mrs. 84 Wash. sq. 
>enlev N. N. Oxford ave. W. H. 
PENTUCKET CAFE, 112 

Merrimack. See page 22 
?ICKARD BEN T. 39 to 41 

Merrimack and 105 Washington. 

See opp. page 55 
Juinuey H. C. 35 Main 
ihaw Robert, 8 Essex 
Villett J. N. & Son, 12 Main 

Rifles 
3ROWN J. F. 172 Merrimack. 

See page 826 

Roofers 

HILLS & McCLINTOCK, r 

22 Main. See page 12 
URGENT CHARLES E. 

5 Pleasant and 32 Main, Br. See 
opp. 54 
WILSON JAMES, 30 Pleas- 
ant. See page 2 

Roofing Material 

IOLMES M. S. rear, 1 Water. 

See page 16 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Neponset; 
exhibit, 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Haymarket sq. 
Boston. See page 21 
WILSON JAMES, 30 Pleas- 
ant. See page 2 

Boot Beer Mnfrs. 
ANDREWS & WOOD, 18 to 

20 I'hoeuix row. See opp. pa^e 
55 

Rubber Collars and Cuffs 

rJegis Joseph F. 25 Emerson 

Rubber Stamp Mnfr, 
3HASE BROS. 37 to 41 Wash- 
ington. See page 814 
OAVIS & CO. 31 South, B. See 

page 816 
POWER J. H. «5fc CO. 64 
High, Boston. See page 812 

Rustic Masonry 
MARSHALL BROS. 25 Tem- 
ple. See page 14 



Savings Ranks 
CITY FIVE CENTS SAY- 
INGS BANK, 46 Washing- 
ton. See page 10 
HAVERHILL SAVINGS 
BANK, 153 Merrimack. See 
page 6 
PENTUCKET S AVINGS 
BANK, 35 Washington. See 
page 7 

Sawdust 
HAVERHILL BOX CO. end 

Hale. See page 810 

Sawing and Planing Mills 
FROST C. F. 730 Washington. 

See page 817 

MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 
and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 
CO. (THE) mills at Neponset; 
exhibit 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Haymarket sq. 
Boston. See page 21 

WOODSUM F. P. Ferry, Br. 
See page 808 

Schools and Teachers 

HAVERHILL BUSINESS 
COLLEGE, 72 Merrimack. 
See foot lines in General Direc. 

Intern a t i o n a 1 Correspondence 
Schools, 91 Merrimack, rm. 34 

Screens ( Window and Door) 

MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 

and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 

WOODSUM F. P. Ferry, Br. 

See page 808 

Seal Presses 
CHASE BROS. 39 Washington. 

See page 814 
DAVIS & CO. 31 South, B. 

See page 816 
POWER J. H. & CO. 64 

High, Boston. See page 812 

Seeds 

FELLOWS C. H. & CO. 31 

Merrimack. See page 171 
HANSCOM BROS. 28 to 30 

Main. See page 809 
SAYWARD J. H. 21 to 23 

Washington. See page 809 

Saver Builder 
CATE FRED H. 2 Clinton. 

See page 9 



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HAVERHILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Sewing Machines and 

Supplies 

EUREKA MACHINE CO. 

19 Essex. See page 815 
Regis Wm. & Co. 25 Emerson 
Singer Mnfg. Co. 138 Merrimack 
Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg. Co. 1 

Railroad sq. 

Shaftings, Hangers and 

Pulleys 

EUREKA MACHINE CO. 

19 Essex. See page 815 
HOLMES M. S. rear 1 Water. 
See page 16 

Shank Mnfrs. 

Tyler Shank Co. IslandPark, Br. 

Sheriffs ( Deputy ) 

{See also Deputy Sheriffs.) 
Raymond & Croy, 91 Merrimack, 
rms. 37 and 38 

Shingles 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Neponset; 
exhibit, 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Haymarket 
square, Boston. See page 21 

Sliirt Mnfr. 
LEA INGEBRIGHT, 173 

Merrimack. See page 827 

Shoe Contractors 

Abbott & West, r. 22 Phoenix row 
Ceret & Bonin, 50 Wiugate 
Day R. B. r. 60 Wingate 
Finney Thomas H. 76 Phoenix row 
Knights J. G. 50 Phoenix row 
Page John J. rear 98 Washington 
Shannon Henry M. r. 22 Phoenix 

row 
Smith & Ohilds, 138 Washington 
Strout F. S. (finishing) 7 Potter 

place 
Webster George L. 64 Wiugate 

Shoe Crimping 

Brown Chester A. 112 Washington 
lloyt C. L. 49 Washington 

Shoe Findings 

(See also Shoe Mnfrs. Supplies.) 
WHITE JAMES W. 108 

Washington. See page 813 

Shoe Machinery 

Allen Machine Co. 28 Wingate 
Briggs-Belmer Edge Tool Co. 50 
Phoenix row 



BUSFIEUD JAMES, 72 

Phoenix row. See page 815 
United Shoe Machinery Co. 114 
Washington 

Shoe Mnfrs. 

Atwood Frank S. 101 Washington 
Bt-ardsley Warren, 54 Washington 
Bottomley E. & Co. 8 Phoenix 

row 
Carleton Frank B. 15 Railroad sq. 
Carleron George F. & Co. rear 22 

Phoenix row 
Carr J. H. River road, E. P. 
Case George B. 59 Wingate 
Chase S. p. 62 Washington 
Chase W. S. & Sons, 93 Essex 
Chesley & Rugg. 83 Washington 
Chick Bros. 356 River 
Clogston H. W. 93 Washington 
Cogswell Shoe Co. 118 Phoenix 

row 
Collins II. S. 62 Washington 
Currier A. <& Son, 116 Washington 
Dole & Marshall, 64 Wingate 
Dow W. L. 55 Wingate 
Dudley L. B. & Co. 63 Wash. 
Durling Edward J. r. 61 Temple 
Durgin J. H. & Son, 86 Wash. 
Emerson I. N. 31 Washington 
Emery & Co. r. 22 Phoenix row 
Evans Bros. Shoe Co. 23 Railroad 

square 
Foster O. I. Co. (The) 102 Wash. 
Fox Charles K. 1 Duncan 
French Joseph F. 31 Wash. 
Gale Shoe Mnfg. Co. 24 Duncan 
George Henry B. & Co. 48 Wash. 
Goodrich Hazen B. & Co. 70 Wash. 
Gorman J. S. 96 Wash. 
Greeley A. W. 120 Washington 
Harris Henry L. 23 Railroad sq. 
Hawkes George A. 50 Phoenix 

row 
Hilliard & Tabor, r. 262 Winter 
Holt Moses K. 19 Railroad sq. 
How C. M. 55 Wingate 
How George C. 23 Essex 
Howes Shoe Co. 73 Washington 
Hoyt H. H. Shoe Co. 50 Wingatt 
Hunkins W. C. 96 Washington 
Hunkins W. O. & Co. 15 Raihoac 

square 
Hussey & Hodgdon, 17 Sander:!! 

place 
Hutchinson F. E. r. 37 Wash. 
Ivory Shoe Co. 38 Granite 
Kimball W. & V. O. r. 20 Phoenb 

row 
Knipe Bros. Whitney ave. W. H 
Lang & Bertsch, 12S Washingtoi 
Leavitt F. E. 32 Wash. 



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Leavitt G. B. & Co. 62 Wash. 

Leighton Albert R. r. 98 Wash. 

Lewis Herman E. 138 Wash. 

Lewis VV. C. Shoe Co. end Hale 

Lynch J. A. 61 Wingate 

Malbon Milton D. 22 Phoenix row 

Marston Moses P. 59 Wash. 

McLaughlin W. P. & Co. 56 Win- 
gate 

McNamara S. B. & Co. Sanders pi. 

Murray Elmer, 24 Wash. 

Murray J. H. & Co. 26 Wash. sq. 

Noves M. H. 419 E. Broadway 

Old way A. A. 68 Wash. 

Pilling John, 36 Wingate 

Poor Charles E. 64 Phoenix row 

Poor Charles Herbert, 77 Wash. 

Porter Howard L. 40 to 48 
Granite 

Prescott Arthur, 17 Railroad sq. 

Rock Bottom Shoe Co. 51 Wash. 

Rowe & Swett, 64 Wingate 

Ruddock T. S. & Son, 31 Granite 

Russ John W. Co. 365 River 

Sheridan Bros. 50 Wingate 

Simonds & Seaver, 74 Wingate 

Spaulding W. W. & Co. 357 River 

Sprague Henry S. 44 Granite 

Swett Fred F. 55 Wingate 

Tap pan A. L. 78 Wash. 

Thayer, Maguire & Field, 260 
River 

Thompson Fred J. 77 Wash. 

Tucker W. P. 25 Railroad sq. 

Waning & Garvin, r. 22 Phcenix 
row 

Washington Shoe Co. 17 Locust 

Webster II. A. North ave. 

Webster W. P. 34 Wash. 

Webster Ira J., Vila 

Winchell J. H. & Co. 9 to 17 Lo- 
cust 

Woodman S. Frank, 102 Wash. 



Shoe Mnfrs.' Supplies, 

Belanger E. 6 Wingate 
Bullen C. P. 92 and 94 Wash. 
Ellis Lacer Co. 40 Wash. 
HANSCOM WILLIS H. r. 

Wash. See page 810 
Keith Irving L. 140 Wash. 
Pinkham H. I. 71 Wash. 
Stark J. B. (laces) 96 Wash. 
Whitaker & Bodwell, 52 Wash. 

Shoe Pattern Mn/rs, 

Bourque & Brown, 95 Wash. 
Columbia Pattern Co. 112 Wash, 
Haverhill Pattern Co. 62 Wash. 
Hayden Samuel H. 42 Wash. 
Weldon R. F. 32 Wash. 



Shoe Maries 
MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 

and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 
WOODSUM F. F. Ferry, Br. 
See page 808 

Shoe Stamps 
CHASE BROS.39 Washington. 

See page 814 
DAVIS & CO. 31 South, B. 

See page 816 
POWER J. H & CO. 64 High, 

Boston. See page 812 

Shoe Stitchers 

Adams Ella F. 74 Wingate 
Brimblecom J. J. Mrs. 21 Wash. 
Chateauneuf Celina, Sanders pi. 
Coburn A. L. Mrs. 31 Wash. 
Collins John C. Duncan, c. Winter 
Cressey Flora E. Mrs. 62 Wash. 
Davis Hittie F. 78 Washington 
Gray James R.Jr. 22 Phoenix row 
Hubbard O. S. 70 Phcenix row 
Johnson C. E. Mrs. 23 Essex 
Lang Martha J. Mrs. 128 Wash. 
Leland Chas. E. 102 Wash. 
Merrill Henry, 140 Washington 
Miller E. C. 44 Granite 
Parshley L. D. Mrs. r. 22 Phcenix 

row 
Sanborn Jennie P. 54 Wash. 
Stevens Lena J. Mrs. 126 Wash. 
Turner Fannie Mrs. 68 Phoenix 

row 
Wis well Alvah L. 126 Washington 

Shoe Tip Mnfrs. 

Bird F. R. & Co. 29 Railroad sq. 

Shoe Tool Mnfrs, 
BUSFIELD J A M E S, 72 

Phoenix row. See page 815 
Nchols H. & O. D. 19 Wash. 

Shoe Trimmings 

Dudley D. T. & Co. 66 Wash. 
Merrill Harry E. 120 Washington 
TENNEY M. O. 112 Phcenix 
row. See page 813 

Shooting Gallery 

Dimock Benjamin, 15 Wash. 

Show Cards 
LUFKIN E. H. 7 and 9 Fleet. 
See page 273 

Sign Painter 
LUFKIN E. H. 7 and 9 Fleet. 

See page 273 
PRAY ROLAND B. 120 Mer- 
rimack. See page 344 



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Silver and Silver Plated 
Goods 

BATES JAMES C. 130 Merri- 
mack. See page 73 

KIMBALL L. & SON, 79 
Merrimack. See page 816 

McGOVERN J. H. 190 Merri- 
mack. See back cover 

PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8 
and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 

Slaters 
WILSON JAMES, 30 Pleas- 
ant. See page 2 

Slipper and Shoe Trim- 
mings Mnfrs. 

Bomer & Hall, 25 and 27 Railroad 

sq. 
Chase F. S. 62 Washington 
Dalrymple J. A. & Co. 87 Wash. 
Dudley D. T. & Co. 66 Wash. 
Guptill Hervey E., Winter, cor. 

Duncan 
Haverhill Lining & Stay Co. 80 

Washington 
Martiu Shoe Co. 24 Washington 
Merrill Harry, 120 Washington 
NUTE J. K. & CO. 60 Wash. 

See page 22 
Simpson Edward N. 61 Wash. 
TENNEY M. G. 112 Phcenix 

row. See page 813 

Small Wares 
LESLIE P. 28 to 40 Merri- 

tmtck. See page 824 
MITCHELL & CO. 76 and 80 

Merrimack. See page 824 

Soap, Soft Soap and Tallow 
Mnfrs, 

Beach Soap Co., Water, c. Mill 
Day John A. & Co. Park ave. Br. 
Kelly George L. 67 Salem, Br. 

Soda Water and Tonic 

Mnfrs. 

ANDREWS & WOOD, 18 

and 20 Phoenix row. See opp. 
page 55 

Sole Leather 
KISTLER, LESH & CO. 

597 and 599 Atlautic ave. Bos- 
ton. See page 811 
U. S. LEATHERCO. (THE) 

204 Essex, Boston. See p. 811 



Soles, Taps & Stijfenings 

(See also Cat Soles, Cut Sole 
Leather and Inner Soling.) 
Allen R. G. & Co. r. 100 Wash. 
Appleton W. W. & Co. 74, 76 anc 
- 78 Phoenix row 
Archibald F. & Co. 60 and 65 

Phcenix row 
ARNOLD CHARLES W. & 
CO. 2, 4 and 6 Arnold pi. See 
front cover 
ARNOLD T. M. & CO. 6 t( 

14 Wingate. See front cover 
Bailey John, 67 Washington 
Barilett Bros. 5 Potter pi. 
Bickum B. F. & Co. 29 Sanders pi 
Bray W. S. & Son, 44 Wingate 
Brown Arthur W. 22 Washingtoi 
Cooke Thomas M. 46 Phoenix rov 
Cornish Thos. H. 59 Wingate 
Fitzgerald J. H. r. 22 Washingtoi j 
Flanders W. A. 23 Essex 
Ford C. T. 6M Phcenix row 
Frost & Folsom. 60 Phoenix row 
Gage E. C. 33 Pad road sq. 
Greenman C. E. 53 and 55 Wash 
HANSCOM WILLIS H. r 

98 Wash. See page 810 
Hatch E. F. 44 Washington 
Hayes J. W. 35 Raid-oa 1 sq. 
Hickey M. J. 72 Wingate 
Home & Stevens. 62 and 70 Win 

gate 
Jewett S. L. 68 Phoenix row 
Leahy Daniel J. 112 Phoenix rov 
Meadowcroft James E. r. Hi 

Phcenix row 
Morse & Proctor, 136 Washingtoi 
Moulton W. Vernon, 59 to 6 

Wingate 
Nutter C. W. 23 Railroad sq. 
Pearl Geo. E. 98 Washington 
Peutucket Counter Co. 100 Wash 
Prior Joseph B. 118 Phcenix row 
Proctor J. W. 72 Washington 
Ray W. W. & Co. 112 Phcenix rov 
Sargent George M. 7 Potter pi. 
Scanlan A. B. 26 Sanders pi. 
Smith George S. & Son, r. 2 

Phcenix row 
Sumner James S. r. 86 Wash. 
TASKER MILLARD, 25 

Rive»\ See page 813 
Thompson W. W. 42 Wingate 
Tilton James B., Arnold pi. 
Virgin & Mansell, basement, 8 

Washington 
Waldron T. F. 54 and 56 Wingat 
Webster G. W. & Son, 130 Wash 
Wentworth Arthur H. 61 and 6| 

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479 



Whitaker & Bod well, 62 Wash. 
Young Bros. I Beach 
Youug F. E. 62 Phoenix row 

Solicitors of Patents 
HARRIMAX LOUIS H. 163 

Merrimack. See back cover 
PETERS & COLE, 195 Mer- 
rimack. See page 804 

Speaking Tubes 

CHASE ARTHUR TAFT, 

84 Washington/ See page 807 

Spectacles 

BATES JAMES C. 130 Mer- 
rimack. See page 73 

Sporting Goods 
CHASE BROS. 39 Washing- 
ton. See page 814 
KIMBALL HERBERT W. 

13 Main. See front cover 
SAYWARD J. H. 21 and 23 

Washington. See page 809 
SEAVEY BROS. 50 Emerson. 
See back cover 

Spring Beds {Wire 
Mattresses) 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 

10 Merrimack. See front cover 

Stables 

(See also Livery, Boo.rding and 

Sale.) 

Ballard & Boynton, 24 Locust and 

25 Fleet, r. 19 Main 
BARAW & HUNT, 10 Cen- 
tral, Br. See page 2 
Boody E. S., Merrill's ct. 
Bradley I. H. 25 Locust 
Clark E. W. r. 42 Emerson 
COMEAU B. M. 90 Lafayette 

sq. See page 23 
DOLE & CHILDS, 8 to 14 

Stage. See page 823 
Eagle'House Stables, r. 25 Main 
Emery Isaac A. 24 Essex 
Hayes Charles H. 25 Ashland y 
Ingalls Edmund R. 13 to 19 Stage 
Jaques C. A. & Co. 10 Stage 
Kimball Byron Q. 534 Salem, Br. 
Knowles L. E., Bragg ct. 
Newcomb L. C. 20 Walnut 
Pressey Albert A., Merrill's ct. 
Wiggin F. J., Porter, next Wash. 

Stair Work 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 
CO. (THE)mills at Neponset; 
exhibit 166 Devonshire, sales- 
room 1 Sudbury. Hay market sq. 
Boston. See page 21 



Stamps and Stencils 
POWER J. H. & CO. 64 

High, Boston. See pnge 812 

Stationery 

(See also Booksellers and Station- 
ers.) 

CHASE BROS. 37 to 41 Wash- 
ington. See page 814 

DOW S.AZRO,105 Merrimack. 
See page 807 

HOW WM. E. 27 Washington 
sq. See pnge 814 

TUCK WM. O. 15 Merrimack. 
See page 16 

Steam and Gas Fitters 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

EUREKA MACHINE CO. 
19 Essex. See page 815 

MILLS & McCLINTOCK, 
r. 22 Main. See page 12 

SAWYER & DEAN, 41 Lo- 
cust. See page 807 

STAPLES & GILE, 108 Mer- 
rimack. See page 818 

WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 
132 Federal, Boston. See p. 818 

Steam and Gas Fitters, 

Tools and Supplies 

BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 229 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 
WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 

132 Federal, Boston See p. 818 

Steam and Hot Water 

Heating Apparatus 

BLAKE C. M. & CO. 11 How. 

See page 3 
BRADFORD CRAM CO. 

152 Merrimack. See page 820 

BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 
to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

EUREKA MACHINE CO. 
19 Essex. See page 815 

MILLS & McCLINTOCK, r. 
22 Main. See page 12 

SAWYER H. R. 18 Fleet. See 
page 370 

SAWYER & DEAN, 91 Lo- 
cust See page 807 

STAPLES & GILE, 108 Mer- 
rimack. See page 818 

WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 
132 Federal, Boston. See page 
818 



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Steam Boilers and Engines 
BRAMAN, DOW& CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

Steam, Gas and Water Pipe 

Mnfrs. 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 
HOLMES M. S. rear 1 Water. 
See page 16 

Steam Jacket Kettles 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

Steam Packing 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

Steam Power Furnishers 

Duncan J. H. (estate) 3 Water 

Steam Pumps, Boilers and 
Engines 

WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 

132 Federal, Boston. See page 

818 

Steam Radiators 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 28 
WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 

132 Federal, Boston. See page 
818 

Steam Valves 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

Steamboat Companies 

Haverhill Newburyport and Bos- 
ton Steamship Co. r. 166 Merri- 
mack 

Merrimack Valley Steamboat Co. 
15 Merrimack 

Stenographers 
Cooney Mary E. 103 Merrimack 
Downs LutieM. 91 Merrimack 
HAVERHILL BUSINESS 

COLLEGE, 72 Merrimack. 

See foot lines in General Direc. 

Stone Cutters 
CUMMINGS FRANK G. 51 

Main, and 29 River, Br. See 
front cover 



Storage 

Haverhill Storage Warehouse, 47 

Merrimack 
MOULTON EDWIN H. 

(cold) 132 Essex. See page 821 

Store Fittings 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Neponset; 
exhibit, 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Haymarket 
sq. Boston. See page 21 

Stoves, Furnaces and 

Tinware 

BRADFORD CRAM CO. 152 

Merrimack. See page 820 
HANSCOM BROS. 28 to 30 

Main. See page 809 
MILLS & McCLINTOCK, r. 

22 Main. See page 12 
Murray & Dugdale, 23 Water 
PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8, 
10 Merrimack. See front cover 
ROSENGARD FURNI- 

TURE CO. 171 Merrimack. 
See page 825 

Straw and Leather Board 

Bixby William E. & Co. rear 26 
Phoenix row. 

Gilman B. B. & Co. S9 to 90 Win- 
gate 

Smith G. & Son, r. 20 Phoenix 
row 

Surveyors and Civil 

Engineers 

DESMOND JOHN T. 210 

Merrimack. See page 147 
SPOFFORD NELSON, 14 

Water. See page 73 

Tack Mnfrs. 

Bullen C. P. end Hale 
Haverhill Tack Co. Phoenix row 

Tag Mnfrs. 
CHASE BROS. 37 to 41 Wash, 

See page 814 

Tailors 

(See also Merchant Tailors.) 
BOYNTON FRANK W. 11 I 

Merrimack. See page 824 
Chashoudian G. H. 1 White 
Churchil E. 3 White 
Glasgow Woolen Mills Co. 10 Main 
Goldman S. 50 Locust 
Gould Charles B. 30 -Washington i 
Haves Bros. r. 85 Merrimack 



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481 



Hillson George, 144£ Washington 

Jean Arthur, 4 Water 

Kippenberger J. 214£ Washington 

LaPerle J. O. 198 Essex 

Laport E. J. 50 Merrimack 

MACKENZIE BROS. r. 74 
Merrimack. See page 824 

Meyerowitz M. 01 River 

Mitchell Clarence B. 142 Merri- 
mack 

Moriarty B. J. 15 Emerson 

Moriartv .lames, 10 Primrose 

OSGOOD C. C. & CO. 76 to 
82 Merrimack. See page 323 

PERKINS H. L. 32 Main, 
See page 829 

Saibel & Cramer, 103 Merrimack 

Schwartz J. S. 102 River 

SHORT JOSEPH M. & CO. 
174 Merrimack. See page 74 

Tilton & Tilton, 59 Merrimack 

Zelig Abraham, 5 Railroad sq. 

Tallow and Skins 

Haverhill Tallow Co. rear 262 
Winter 

Tanks and Vats 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Nepon- 
set; exhibit 166 Devonshire, 
salesroom 1 Sudbury, Haymar- 
ket sq. Boston. See page 21 

Teachers 

(BOOKKEEPING.) 
HAVERHILL BUSINESS 
COLLEGE, 72 Merrimack. 
See foot hues in General Direc. 

(DANCING.) 
Edney G. W. 82 Merrimack 
Hodgdon W. E. 163 Merrimack 

(DRESS [CUTTING.) 

Lang Carrie E. Mrs. 109 Water 
(ELOCUTION.) 

BRADFORD ACADEMY, 

Main, c. Kingsbury ave. Br. 

See page 440 
Dresser Wilhelmma K. 25 Green 
Ellis Carrie Mrs. 1 Hammond ct. 
Hill Wm. E. Mrs. 65 Lincoln ave. 

(LANGUAGES.) 

BRADFORD ACADEMY, 

Main, cor. Kingsbury ave. Br. 
See page 440 

Lebet J. C. (French) 45 Highland 
ave. 

LeFranc E. F. (French) 14 Max- 
well 



(MUSIC.) 
Adams John Q. 5 Montgomery 
Andersou E. S. Mrs. 38 Pleasant, 

Br. 
Bates A.I. Mrs. 30 Pleasant, Br. 
Bon in Emma H. 21 New 
BRADFORD ACADEMY, 
Main, cor. Kingsbury ave. Br. 
See page 440 
Chandler Abbie F. 10 Union 
Cramm School of Music and Ora- 
tory, 91 Merrimack 
Doe Harry J. 91 Merrimack 
Dow Alice E. 13 Portland 
DOW S. AZRO (piano and 
organ) 105 Merrimack. See 
page 807 
Downes Herbert W. W. 167 Main, 

Br. 
Elliott Catherine E. 20 Newcomb 
Foster Carrie W. 49 Green 
Fuller May C. (violin) 61 Webster 
Goodelle Jennie S. Mme. 91 Mer- 
rimack 
Harris Hayden B. 27 Summer 
Hartwell W. E. 208 Merrimack 
Haves Alice. 4 Webster 
Hill James W. 20 Main 
Kelley Harriet P. 6 Pleasant, Br. 
Morrison Charles E. 25 Pleasant, 

Br. 
Nichols Flora B. 208 Merrimack 
Peabody Annie L. 42 Allen, Br. 
Peutucket Conservaiory of Music, 

103 Merrimack 
Phillips Harry K. 77 Grove 
Poirier Richard J. 7 Cottage 
Regis William H. 25 Emerson 
Smith E. F. Mrs. 75 Temple 
Surette Emily, 12£ Orchard 
Tilton J. M. L Mrs. 91 Merrimack 
Titcomb Annie L. 64 Belmont ave. 
Varney Bessie F. 27 Wellington 

ave. 
Walker Hattie A. 593 Washington 
Wallace W. F. 208 Merrimack 
Watson F. L. 91 Merrimack and 4 

Hawthorn 
Wentworth Ida J. 91 Merrimack 
Wildes Charles E. 208 Merrimack 
Wildes Eben J. 25 Wash. sq. 

(PAINTING.) 
Bonner Lizzie S. 13 Temple 
Butterfield Annie, 91 Merrimack 
Harding Alice E. Mrs. 34 Pecker 
Hyson J. W. Mrs. 14 Water 
Littlefield Lizzie C. 13 Summer 

(PHYSICAL CULTURE.) 
Kelley E. B. Mrs. 6 Pleasant, Br. 



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Teachers— Con. 
(PRIVATE SCHOOLS.) 
Moore Martha H. Mrs. 76 Main 
Wheeler Annie M. 13 Park 

(SEWING.) 
C. E. Sewing School, 35 Merri- 
mack 

(TYPEWRITING AND STE- 
NOGRAPHY.) 
Downs Lutie M. 91 Merrimack 
HAVERHILL BUSINESS 

COLLEGE, 72 Merrimack. 

See foot lines in General Dy. 
Mailman B. S. Mrs. 44 How 

Teamsters 

{See also Job Wagons.) 
Allen Edgar L. 37 Kingsbury av. 

Br. 
Cashman John. Noyes 
Foster Charles W. 49 Green 
Howard Michael, 11 Maple 
KAVENEY M. 146 Primrose. 

See page 819 
MARSHALL BROS. 25 Tem- 
ple. See page 14 
Webster D. R. 25 Vine 

Teas, Coffees and Spices 

BEAN JOHN W. Winter, c. 
Pleasant. See back cover 

BRITTAIN & CO. 13 Main, 
Br. See page S22 

Ferguson Geo. & Co. 206 Merri- 
mack 

MURRAY BROS. CO. Stev- 
ens, opp. Stevens Mill. See p. 22 

ORDWAY J. O. 225 Wash. 
See page 74 

Telephone and Telegraph 
Companies 

NEW ENGLAND TELE- 
PHONE AND TELE- 
GRAPH CO. 14 How. See 
opp. City Government 

Postal Tel. Cable, Co. 138 Merri- 
mack 

Postal Tel. District Messenger Co. 
138 Merrimack 

The People's Telephone Co. 186 
Merrimack 

Western Union Telegraph and 
Cable Co. 198 Merrimack and B. 
& M. station 

Terr aline Vases and 
Plat/ues 

DOW S. A. 105 Merrimack. See 
page-807 



Theatres 

Academy of Music, 103 Merrimack 
Gem Theatre, 5 to 9 Essex 

Thread and Twine 

Merrill M. A. Thread Co. (mnfrs.) 

63 Fleet 
Wachusett Thread Co. 136 Wash. 
WHITE JAMES W. 108 

Washington. See page 813 

Ticket Agents 

Hayes B. W. & Co. 1 Railroad sq. 

Tile Work 
CATEF. H. 2 Clinton See p. 9 

Timber 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Neponset; 
exhibit 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room 1 Sudbury, Haymarket sq. 
Boston. See page 21 

Tin Plate and Sheet Iron 

Workers 
GOODRICH & COLLUM, 

16 Winter. See page 819 
MILLS & McCLINTOCK, 

rear 22 Maim See page 12 
SAWYER & DEAN, 41 Lo- 
cust. See page 807 

Tin Roofers 
WILSON JAMES, 30 Pleas- 
ant. See page 2 

Toilet Articles 
BREED FRANK M. 67 Main, 

Br. See page 826 
TOZIER N. C. & CO. 141 

Wash, and 4 to 8 Wash. ave. 
See back cover 
WYER B. F. 49 Main, Br. See 
page 23 

Top Lift Mnfrs. 

Davis B. C. 48 Phoenix row 
Frost Oliver C. 13 Railroad sq. 

Trade Marks 
HARRIMAN L. H. 163 Mer 

mack. See back cover 



Trading Stamps 

Haverhill Trading Stamp Co. 
Merrimack 



170 



Trees, Shrubs and Vines 
SPINNEY F. W. 20 Portland. 
See page 22 



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483 



Trusses 

TOZIER N. C. & CO. 141 

Washington. See back cover 
WYEK B. F. 49 Main, Br. See 
page 23 

Turners ( Wood) 
FROST C. F. 230 Wash. See 

page 817 
MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 

and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 

Type Founders 
AMERICAN TYPE 
FOUNDERS CO. 270 Con- 
gress, Boston. See page 439 

Typewriters and Sup- 
plies 
CHASE BROS. 37 to 41 Wash. 

See page 814 

Typewriting and Ste- 
nography 

HAVERHILL BUSINESS 
COLLEGE, 72 Merrimack. 
See foot lines in General Direc. 

Umbrellas, Canes, Etc* 
LANG RICHARD W. 69 

Merrimack. See page 808 

Undertakers 

COMEAU BASIL M. rear 90 
Lafayette sq. See page 23 

COSTELLO & SH ANA- 
HAN. 210 Winter. See page 3 

DOLE & CHILDS, 39 Maiu. 
See page 823 

MERROW A. W. 34 Main. 
See front cover 

POWERS JAMES J. 184 
Winter. See page 823 

Twombly C. A. & Co. 18 Court 

Upholsterers 

Eaton H. F. 113 Water 

NORTON J. H. & CO.62 Win- 
ter. See page 820 

PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6 to 
10 Merrimack. See front cover 

Porter William S. 11 Main 

VAUGHN H. S. 36 Merrimack. 
See page 413 

Warner E. S. 7 Fleet 

Valves and Gauge Cocks 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 



Variety Stores 

Baso J. 229 Washington 

Brindle J. H. Mrs. 141 Lafayette 

sq. 
Caftrey & Welch, 364^ Wash. 
Courteau O. G. 18 Lafayette sq. 
Devine James J. 175 Elm, Br. 
Dugan Timothy, 231 Winter 
Kelley Thomas, 190 Winter 
Kimball Charles F. 187 Wash. 
Knox S. H. & Co. 74 Merrimack 
Loosoain & Co. 341 Washington 
O'Brien Mary Mrs. 60 Primrose 
Provost E. Mrs. 12 High 
Katkousky F. 116 River. 
Steele John H. 358c Wash. 
Wood W. H. 89 Merrimack 

Veterinarians 

Bard C. S., Buena Vista House, 

W. H. 
Bickell Grantley, r. 19 Main 
Butler Jean F. 12 Merrimac, Br. 
Cherrington K. G. 25 Fleet 
Watson Harry W. 24 Essex 

Violin Maker 

Chapman E. Frank, 195 Water 

Wall Taper 

{See also Paper Eangings.) 
BRYANT BROS. 51 Main, Br. 

See page 17 
HAVERHI L L HOUSE 

PAINTING CO. 2 West. 

See page 19 
MOXCEY J. P. 38 Main. See 

page 11 
TUCK W. O. 15 Merrimack. 

See page 16 
Tyrell A. B. 12 Merrimack 

Watch Hepairers 
BATES JAMES C. 130 Mer- 
rimack. Ske page 73 
FOSTER A. H. 158 Kimball. 

See page 14 
Gazotti Lino, 193 Merrimack 
Harris W. H. 194 Merrimack 
KIMBALL L. & SON, 79 

Merrimack. See page 816 
Spiller H. P. 49 Sixth ave. 

Watches, Clocks and 
fleivelry 

(See also Jewelers.) 

BATES JAMES C. 130 Mer- 
rimack. See page 73 
KIMBALL L. & SON, 79 

Merrimack. See page 816 
McGOVERN J. H. 190 Mer- 
rimack. See back cover 



484 



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Water Conductors 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 

CO. (THE) mills at Neponset ; 
exhibit, 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Hay market 
sq. Boston. See page 21 

Water {Spring) 

Haverhill Distilled Water Co. 100 
Washington 

Water, Steam and Gas Pipe 
BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 

Wells {Driven, Dag and 
Drilled) 
BLAKE C. M. & CO. 11 How 

See page 3 

Whiteners and Color ers 
BRYANT BROS. 51 Maid, Br. 

See page 17 
Duncan Handy L. 22 Pleasant 
HAVERHILL HOUSE 

PAINTING CO. 2 West. 

See page 19 
McFaddeu Owen, 49 Oak terrace 

Windmills 
BLAKE C. M. & CO. 11 How. 

See page 3 

Window and Door Frames 
FROST C. F. 230 Wash. See 

page 817 
McGRATT Y & WHEELER 

4-1 Main and 6 Court. See page 
817 

MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 
and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 

STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 
CO. (THE) mills at Neponset ; 
exhibit, 166 Devonshire; sales- 
room, 1 Sudbury, Haymarket 
sq. Boston. See page 21 

Window Glass 

McGRATTY& WHEELER 

44 Main and 6 Court. See page 

817 

Window Screens and Doors 

BURROWES E. T. CO. 

(THE) Spring, cor. Center, 

Portland, Me. See page 825 
MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 

and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 
WOODSUM F. P. Ferry, Br. 

See page 808 



Window Shades and Cur- 
tains Fixtures 

NORTON J. H. & CO 62 Win- 
ter. See page 820 

PEOPLE'S HOUSE FUR- 
NISHING CO. (THE) 6, 8 
and 10 Merrimack. See front 
cover 

VAUGHN H. S. 36 Merrimack. 
See page 413 

Wine Mnfr. {Domestic) 

Knight Charles, 184 Groveland 

Wines 
TAFFE I>ANIEL & CO. 1 

Lafayette sq. See page 826 

Wire Screens {Insect) 

BURROWES E. T. CO. 

(THE) Spring, cor. Center, 
Portland, Me. See page 825 

Wood 

{See also Coal and Wood.) 

Batchelder G. G. r. 114 Portland 

BE AN D. B. & CO. 188£ Mer- 
rimack and 175 Washington. 
See page 821 

Bradley Joseph, 19 Seventh ave. 

C lough John A. 55 Fleet 

DILLENBACK H. G. 197 
Washington. See page 822 

ELLIOTT GEORGE C. & 
CO. 218 River. See page 821 

ELLISON J. O. & CO. r. 1 
Water, 142 Essex, 2b Walnut 
and 16 Main. See page 809 

ISLAND PARK BOX CO. 
Island Park, Br. See page 810 

(VDonnell Bros. 44 Oak 

TAYLOR H. L. &* CO. 85 
Water. See foot lines in Gen- 
eral Directory 

TAYLOR-GOODWIN CO. 
16 Main, Br. See side lines in 
General Directory 

Trudel A. O. 2 Primrose 

West Orestes, %5 Kimball, Br. 

Wood Mantels 
FROST C. F. 230 Washington. 

See page 817 
MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 

and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 

Wood Printers 
PAGE GEORGE G. BOX 

CO. 3 to 13 Hampshire, Cara- 
bridgeport. See page 447 



HAVERHILL BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



485 



Wood Turning and Sawing 

Dolott'C. E. 160 Washington 
Batchelder L. J. 22 Pleasant 
FROST C. F. 230 Washington. 

See page 817 
MESSENGER E. A. 10, 12 
and 14 Pleasant. See page 808 
STEARNS A. T. LUMBER 
CO. (THE)mills atNeponset; 
exhibit 166 Devonshire, sales- 
room 1 Sudbury, Haymarketsq. 
Boston. See page 21? 
WOODSUM F. P. Ferry, Br. 
See page 808 

Wooden Box Mnfrs. 
DALTON A. & CO. 50 Phce- 

nix row. See back cover 
HAVERHILL BOX CO. end 

Hale. See page 810 



HAYES CHARLES H. 30 to 

36 Granite. See page 810 
ISLAND PARK BOX CO. 

Island Park, Br. See page 810 
MORSE & HOYT, Kimball, 

Island Park, Br. See page 812 
PAGE GEORGE G. BOX 

CO. 3 to 13 Hampshire, Cam- 
bridgeport. See page 447 

Woolen Goods Mnfrs. 

Stevens M.T. & Sons Co., Wiuter r 
cor. Stevens 

Wrought Iron Pipe 

and Fittings 

BRAMAN, DOW & CO. 239 

to 245 Causeway, Boston. See 
page 18 
WALWORTH MNFG. CO. 

132 Federal, Boston. See p. 818 



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New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Executive Offices, 101 Milk Street, Boston. 



Direct communication can be had with all the principal towns and cities of 
New England and states east of the Mississippi river. For the accommodation' 
of non-subscribers and the public generally, the company has established public 
pay stations as follows : 

PUBLIC TELEPHONE PAY STATIONS. 



HAVERHILL, MASS. 

Central Office, 12 How Street 
Boston & Maine R R (Arthur E Hoyt), Atkin- 
son Depot, N H 
F M Breed, 65 Main, Bradford, Mass 
F A Carleton, 164 Elm, B-adford, Mass 
A L Goodwin, B & M R R Sta, Bradford, Mass 
C H Tarlton, Ward Hill, Bradford, Mass 
B F Wyer & Co, 49 Main, Bradford, Mass 
Cobban Bros, Main, Groveland, Mass 
AH Amazeen, 251 Groveland, Tilton's Corner, 

Haverhill, Mass 
E F Bartlett, 51) Main, Haverhill, Mass 
Albert Bernard, 19 Fifth Ave, Haverhill, Mass 
Martin Burke, 100 Primrose, Haverhill, Mass 
Moses G Calef, Main and Rosemont, Haverhill 

Mass 
W H Conner, 52 Winter Haverhill, Mass 
Geo E Crane, 62 Emerson, Haverhill, Mass 
C E Doughty, 54 Howard, Haverhill, Mass 
Eagle Hotel, 25 Main, Haverhill, Mass 
John H Edgerly, 333 Wash, Haverhill, Mass 
L. M. Graves, 1 W T ater, Haverhill, Mass 
Haskell & Roberts, 233 Main, Haverhill, Mass 
Haverhill Drug- & Chemical Co., 197 Merri- 
mack, Haverhill, Mass 
B W Hayes, 1 Railroad Sq, Haverhill, Mass 
B W Hayes & Co, 1 Railroad Sq, Haverhill, 
• Mass 

Hotel Boston, 33 Essex, Haverhill, Mass 
F E Hurd, 97 Cedar, Haverhill, Mass 
R C Howe, 50 White, Haverhill, Mass 
LaFayette Square Pharmacy, LaFayette Sq, 

Haverhill, Mass 
B Lagasse, High, cor Central, Haverhill, Mass 
A E Lyons & Co, 108 Merrimack, Haverhill, 

Mass 
C A Nelson, 1 Washington, Haverhill, Mass 
New Phoenix Hotel, How, Haverhill, Mass 
J A Norwell & Co, Franklin and John ) Hav- 
erhill, Mass 
] O Ordw.iy, 225 Wash, Haverhill, Mass 
People's Telephone Co, 186 Merrimack, Haver- 
hill, Mass 
Geo E Perkins & Co, 49 Grove, Haverhil, 

Mass 
G W Pettengill, 57 Washington, Haverhill, 

Mass 
N S Pr.nt, 5 Locust, Haverhill, Mass 
Henri E Provost & Co, 338 River, Haverhill, 

Mass 
J N Hunkins, Sanders Hill, Haverhill, Mass 
"Stevens & Dow, 176 Winter, Haverhill, Mass 
John E Tabor, Dustin Sq, Haverhill, Mass 
Thorndike Hotel, 2 Wash, Haverhill, Mass 
N C Tozier, 141 Washington, Haverhill, Mass 
1 N Willett & Son, 12 Main, Haverhill, Mass 
"\V II Wood, 89 Merrimack, Haverhill, Mass 
W W Wilder, Newton, N H 
C WCass, Plaistow, N II 
Golf Club, Porter's Island, Mass 



Alvah S Sanborn, Sandown N H 
C M Collins, South Danville, N H 
John Batchelder, South Groveland, Mass 
H M Carleton & Co, South Kingston, N H 
Gardner S Morse, West Boxford, Mass 

LAWRENCE, MASS. 

Central Office, 272 Common Street 

A O Alexander, Cnnobie Lake, N H - 

Jas E Allen, Central bldg, Lawrence, Mass 

Albert S Arthur, 217 Broadway, Lawrence, 

Mass 
Josie Ayer, 71 E Haverhil', Lawrence, Mass 
Baltimore Dairy Lunch, 414 Essex, Lawrence, 

Mass 
C H Beedle & Co, 395 Lowell, Lawrence, Mass 
CH Beedle &Co,425 Broadway,Lawrence,Mass 
Geo W Bradshaw, 236 Essex, Lawrence, Mass 
H B Call, 206 Lawrence, Lawrence, Mass 
C W Currier, 379 Essex, Lawrence, Mass. 
C W Currier & Co, Jackson; corner Berkeley, 

Lawrence, Mass. 
J J Desmond, 565 Broadway, Lawrenee, Mass } 
D F Donovan Co, 84 South B roadway, Law 

rence, Mass 
W J Duffy, 99 Cross, Lawrence, Mass 
F Emerson, 122 S Broadway, Lawrence, Mass 
Essex House, 445 Essex, Lawrence, Mass 
J J Forrest, 449 Essex, Lawrence, Mass 
Frederick & Bower, 597 Broadway, Lawrence 

Mass 
J G Grant, 56 Milton, Lawrence, Mass 
Samuel Harwood, 2 Mason, Lawrence, Mass 
A B Hutchinson, 187 S Union, Lawrence, Mas: 
Wm. Kohler, 126 Newton, Lawrence, Mass 
John D Mahoney, 45 Essex, Lawrence, Mass 
*M J Mahoney, 182 Hampshire, Lawrence, Mas: 
N E Miville, 44 Hampshire, Lawrence, Mass 
Otto Muller, 294 Prospect, Lawrence, Mass 
D J O'Sullivan, 187 Oak, Lawrence, Mass 
A F Rvder, 591 Essex, Lawrence, Mass 
M F Sheehan, 49 Haverhill, Lawrence, Mass I 
Talbot Drug & Supply Co, 89 Essex, Lawrencti 

Mass 
Turn Verein, 44 Park, Lawrence, Mass 
John Broadhead, Methuen, Mass 
'Wm K Ephlin, Methuen, Mass 
Frederick & Bower, Methuen, Mass. 
T A Holt & Co, North Andover Centre, Massi 
Boston & Maine RR, Passenger Depot, Nortl 

Andover Depot, Mass 
George H Perkins, N Andover Depot, Mass 
Boston & Maine R R, Passenger Depot, Nortl 

Lawrence, Mass. 
Salem Worsted Mills, North Salem, N H 
James Ewins, Salem, N H 
J W Wheeler & Son, Salem, N H 
FredC Buxton, Salem Depot, N H 
Boston & Maine R R, Passenger Depot, Souti 

Lawrence, Mass. 
E L Frost & Co, Windham Junction, N H 



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HAVERHILL 



CITY GOVERNMENT 




1902 



City Election First Tuesday in December. 
City Government Organized First Monday in January. 



MAYOR. 

ISAAC POOR. 



ALDERMEN. 

President — Harry P. Morse. 
Ward 1— Willard H. Hunkins. 
Ward 2— William W. Ray. 
Ward 3— William H. Trudel. 
Ward 4 — B. Franklin Barnes. 
Ward 5 — Freelon N. Archibald. 
Ward 6 — Joseph D. Curtis. 
Ward 7— Harry P. Morse. 

Clerk— William W. Roberts. 
Meet first and third Thursdays of each month at 8 p. m. 



488 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 

COUNCILMEN. 

President — Milon G. ClurT. 
. Ward 1 — Frank E. Hooke, Edward A. Mestler. 
Ward 2— Albert M. Child, George S. Frame. 
Ward 3 — John E. Ford, James H. O'Connell. 
Ward 4 — Frank E. Brickett, Charles E. Bryant. 
Ward 5 — Napoleon Theriault, Frank J. Woodus. 
Ward 6— Milon O. Cluff, Leonard O. Philbrick. 
Ward 7 — Raymond Nisbett, Albert H. Sargent. 
Clerk — Charles I. Bowker. 

Regular meetings of the Common Council second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at 8 p. m. 

JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Accounts — Alderman Curtis (Chairman), President 
Cluff, Councilman Child. 

Assessors — Alderman Barnes, Councilmen Theriault and 
Frame. 

Claims — The Mayor (Chairman), Aldermen Trudel, 
Councilmen Philbrick, Mestler and Sargent. 

Electrical Affairs— Alderman Barnes (Chairman), Coun- 
cilman Child and Nisbett. 

Finance — The Mayor (Chairman), Aldermen Curtis and 
Morse, President Cluff, Councilmen Bryant and Child. 

Fire Department — The Mayor (Chairman), Aldermen 
Ray and Curtis, Councilmen Brickett, O'Connell and 
Mestler. 

Inspection and Construction of Buildings — Alderman 
Archibald, Councilmen Sargent and Woodus. 

Manufactures and Trades — Aldermen Hunkins and Ray, 
Councilmen Frame, Theriault and HOoke. 

Miliary and Armory — Alderman Ray (Chairman), Coun- 
cilmen Ford and Hooke. 

Ordinances — The Mayor, Alderman Hunkins, Council- 
men Philbrick, Nisbett and Ford. 

Poor Department — Alderman Barnes (Chairman), Coun- 
cilmen Child and Sargent. 

Printing — Alderman Curtis (Chairman), Councilmen 
Hooke and Bryant. 

Public Property — President Cluff (Chairman), Alder- 
men Barmes and Hunkins, Councilmen Nisbett and Ford. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 489 

Public Instruction — Alderman Trudel, Councilmen Sar- 
gent and Woodus. 

Streets — /The Mayor (Chairman), Aldermen Morse and 
Archibald, Councilmen Philbrick, Frame, Bryant and Ford. 

Street Lighting — The Mayor (Chairman), Aldermen Ray 
and Hunkins, Councilmen Mestler, Child and O'Connell. 

Street Watering — Aldermen Barnes (Chairman) and 
Trudel, Councilmen Brickett, Hooke and O'Connell. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

Police — The Mayor, Chairman, Aldermen Morse and 
Trudel. 

Licenses — Aldermen Curtis, Chairman, Archibald and 
Hunkins. 

Sewers — Aldermen Barnes, Morse and Ray. 

State Aid — Aldermen Moore, Chairman Barnes and 
Hunkins. 

Elections — Aldermen Ray, Curtis and Archibald. 

Enrolled Bills — Aldermen Curtis, Trudel and Ray. 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF COMMON COUNCIL. 

Bills in Second Reading — Councilmen Child, Woodus 
and Bryant. 

Enrolled Bills — Councilmen Philbrick, Brickett and 
Sargent. 

Elections — Councilmen Bryant, Theriault and O'Connell. 

SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF GRADE CROSSINGS. 

The Mayor, Aldermen Morse, Archibald and Trudel. 

CITY OFFICERS. 
City Clerk — William W. Roberts. 
Auditor — Fred L. Rowe. 

Treas.and Collector of Taxes — John A. Glines. 
Mayor's Clerk and Clerk of Committees — Frank E. 
Holland. 

Supt. of Highways — William S. Merryman. 

City Engineer — Robert R. Evans. 

Supt. of Street Lights — George F. Moore. 

Supt. of Street Watering — Arthur E. Fernald. 

City Marshal — Frank McLaughlin. 

City Messenger — James P. Conner 

City Solicitor — Joseph H. Pearl. 



490 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 

City Physician — Charles B. Frothingham. 
Sec. of Assessors and Clerk Overseers of Poor — Arthu r 
T. Jacobs. 

Inspector and Supt. of Buildings — O. M. West. 
Supt. of Schools — Roscoe D. McKeen. 
Inspector of Electric Wires — Edward D. Heselton. 
Inspectoj of Milk — Grantley Bickell. 
Inspector of Animals — Grantley Bickell. 
Inspector of Me ats and Provisions — Doane Cogswell. 
Inspector of Plumbing — Dennis X. Coakley. 
Harbor Master — Joseph E. Goodrich. 
Assesors — Samuel W.George (term expires 1905) Charles 
Howard Chase (term expires 1904), Edward E. Bradbury, 
Chairman (term expires 1903). 

Board of Health — John E. Kimball (term expires 1905), 
Maurice D. Clarke, M. D., Chairman (term expires 1904), 
John F. Croston, M. D. (term expires 1903), Chester Bry- 
ant, Clerk and Agent. 

Commissioners of Sinking Fund — Philip C. Swett (term 
expires 1904), John E. Gale, Chairman (term expires 
1902), George H. Carleton (term expires 1903) ; John A. 
Glines, Treas. 

Overseers of the Poor — Robert A. Richardson, Chair- 
man (term expires 1905) Roswell L. Wood (term expires 
.1904), James A. Keefe (term expires 1903), Isaac Poor, 
ex officio, Milon O. Cluff, ex officio, Frank McLaughlin, 
ex officio. 

Board of Registrars of Voters — George N. Carleton 
(term expires 1905), Harry H. Spofford (term expires 
1904), Frank P. Bean, Chairman (term expires 1903), 
William W. Roberts, Clerk, ex officio. 

Trustees of the Public Library — Isaac Pocr, ex officio, 
R. Stuart Chase, John L. Hobson, George C. How, Dudley 
Porter, Albert L. Bartlett, George H. Carleton. . 

Trustees of the Hale Hospital — Isaac Poor, ex officio, 
Geo. C. Clement, M. D., Amos A. Sargent, Oliver S. Hub- 
bard, W. W. Spaulding, Elbridge G. Wood, William A. 
Brooks ; Brackett W. Davis, Sec. and Treas. 

Park Commissioners — John E. Gale (term expires 1906) ; 
Albert L. Bartlett (term expires 1905), Walter Goodrich 
(term expires 1904), William D. Collins (term expires 
1903), Dudley Porter, Chairman (term expires 1902), 
Henry Frost, Supt. of Parks. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 491 

Water Commissioners — Charles H. Poor (term expires 
1907), Samuel W. Hopkinson (term expires 1906), Augus- 
tine M. Allen, Chairman (term expires 1905), Charles E. 
Durant (term expires 1904) Edwin K. Moulton (term ex- 
pires 1903), James A. Huntington, Sec. and Water Regis- 
trar; D. H. Gilderson, Supt. 

License Commissioners — Charles M. Hoyt (term ex- 
pires 1908), Haber F. McKenna, Chairm'an (term expires 
1906), John W. Goddaire (term expires 1904). 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Headquarters, 18 to 22 Essex street. 




John B. Gordon, Chief Engineer. 

Charles F. Hills, Albert S. Eaton, Horace A. Thompson, 
Joseph N. Page, Assts. ; Charles F. Hills, Clerk. 

S. F. E. NO. 2. 
123 and 125 High street. 
George E. Dodge, Captain ■ Jas. J. McKay, Lieut. ; W. 
E. Beal, Engineer ; John J. Peavey, Driver Engine ; A. J. 
ford, Jr., Driver Hose Wagon. 

LADDER COMPANY NO. 2. 

18 to 22 Essex street. 

W. J. Marston, Captain and Clerk ; W. H. NesbittXieut. ; 

S. Haseltine, George McLean, C. F. Frost, D. C. Foley, 

L. W. Dean, M. J. White, E. E. Joslin, Laddermen ; A. A. 

Townsend, Driver ; W. H. Nesbitt, Tillerman. 

S. F. E. NO. 3, AND HOSE NO. 3. 

20 Kenoza avenue. 

G. Herman Pulsifer, Capt. ; LaRoy D. Holt, Lieut. ; 

Joseph M. Fisher, Engineer ; Orville F. Bennett, Stoker ; 

Joseph M. Fisher, Driver of Engine ; H. J. Buck, Driver of 

Hose Wagon ; George A. Langley, Driver Chiefs Wagon. 



492 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 

S. F. E. NO. 4, AND HOSE NO. 4. 

Court street. 

G. F. Walker, Capt. ; H. L. Sargent, Lieut. ; S. C. Jack- 
son, Engineer; I. W. Moody, Asst. Engineman ; E. A. 
Worcester, Driver of Engine ; George W. Jones, Driver of 
Hose Wagon. 

CHEMICAL NO. 4. 

Court street. 
Frederick Bottomley, Engineer ; J . A. McLain, Driver. 

PROTECTIVE NO. 1. 

18 to 22 Essex street. 

Elmer E. Whipple, Capt. ; E. L. Radcliffe, Lieut. • E. 
C. Danforth, Pipeman ; Charles Jones, C. A. Pinkham, 
Cover men ; E. W. Hapgood, Driver. 

PROTECTOR NO. 3. 

Rocks Village, East Haverhill. 

S. E. Colby, Capt.; W. M. Ramsey, Clerk; Samuel 
Chapman. 

L. V. SPAULDING NO. 5. 

Ayers Village. 

W. F. Atwood, Capt. ; H. A. Miller, 1st. Lieut. ; Irving 
Atwood, 2d Lieut. ; Edwin M. Haseltine, Clerk ; G. F. S. 
Webster, Treas. ; A. C. Gordon, Steward. 

HOSE NO. 5. 

Central, near Warren street, Br. 

James F. O'Conner, Capt. ; Hiram Nash, Lieut. ; Sidney 
Mason, Driver. 

LADDER CO. NO. 1. 

131 Water street. 

W. H. Hawkins, Capt.; Frank S. Kimball, Lieut.; 
Frank W. Cousens, Driver. 

HOSE NO. 1. 

18 to 22 Essex street. 

G. N. Whiting, Capt. and Clerk; C. E. Coffin, Lieut.; 
Fred W. Twombly, Driver. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 493 



FIRE ALARM. 

With number and location of boxes. 

5 Essex, opposite 194 

6 Hale, corner Maple 

8 Main, opposite L. L. & H. car station 

9 Emerson, cor. Oak. 

12 Winter, opposite Portland 

13 Merrimack, at 126 

14 Corner Merrimack and Main 

15 Corner White and Vine 

16 Pleasant, near How 

21 Ladder No. 1 House, Water 

23 Corner Summer and Kent 

24 Corner Webster and Park 

25 Corner Highland ave. and Arlington 

31 Corner Locust and Orchard 

32 Corner Winter and White 

34 Washington, at No. 76 

35 Central Fire Station, Essex 

36 Corner Primrose and John 

37 Wingate, opposite 40 

38 Winter, corner Lewis 

41 Haverhill, near Water 

42 55 Groveland 

43 Corner Mill and Water 

45 Corner Groveland and Keeley 

46 Chestnut, corner Park 

47 Lincoln ave. cor. Madison 

48 City Almshouse 

51 Central, near High 

52 Thorn's Hat Factory, River 

53 Lafayette sq. 

54 Washington and Shepherd 

56 Junction Broadway and Lowell ave. 

57 Washington, near Westford 

58 Hilldale avenue at Willie 

61 Monument square 

62 Walnut square 

63 Corner Sixth avenue and Cedar 

64 Kenoza ave. at Old Pumping Station' 

65 Dustin square 

67 Fountain, corner Arnold 

68 Kenoza ave. cor Lawrence 

71 Locke at 17 

72 Corner Main and Pleasant 



494 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 

73 Junction Boston and Ferry roads 

74 Bradford Academy 

75 Junction of Selem and Main 

76 Knipe Bros., Ward Hill 
78 Pleasant, corner Lincoln 

312 Corner Washington and River 

412 Groveland Bridge 

413 Hale Hospital, Buttonwoods avenue 

512 Chick Bros., factory, River 

513 Monument, cor. N. Broadway 

612 North avenue, cor. Lakeview ave. 

613 Main, at Columbia Park 

614 Primrose, n. Eleventh ave. 
621 North, corner Union 

623 Main and Rosemont 

712 L. L. & H. Power Station 

713 Prospect, corner Main 

714 Gilman's hat factory 

715 Island Park House, Island Park 
721 Salem and Peabody 

723 Byron and Colby 

The fact that an alarm box is located near their resi" 
dence, and where the key is kept, should be known by all 
persons, both male and female ; and the simple matter of 
giving an alarm in case of fire should be a matter of 
common education. The board of Engineers recommend 
to all persons who may see this notice that they make the 
necessary inquiries to enable them, in case of need, either 
to get the key and pull the box, or direct others to do so. 
Time saved in this way may sometimes save a conflagra- 
tion. 

Directions. 

Get the key to the nearest box to the fire, open the box, 
pull the hook down once and let go. After giving the 
alarm, remain awhile, if possible, by the box to direct the 
firemen to the fire. Each box contains a small bell, 
which, if heard before you pull, indicates that the alarm 
has been previously given. Do not pull a box while an 
alarm is being sent in from another box. Never open the 
box or touch the apparatus except in case of fire. Never 
sound an alarm for a fire seen at a distance. Be reason- 
ably sure there is a fire before sounding an alarm. 

Caution — To persons holding keys : Never let the key 
go out of your possession except to some responsible per- 
son to give an alarm. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 495 

Any person holding a key who should change his resi- 
dence, or place of business, will please return the key to 
the nearest Fire Station, or to a police officer. 

City Hall and Walnut sq. school bells and Jacques' 
whistle will give number of box thus : Alarm from box 24 — 
bell and whistle will strike and blow twice (- -), pause, then 
four times ( ), repeating the same. 

Special Signals. 
Test Stroke — At 12.45, Sundays and Holidays excepted. 
Two Strokes — After an alarm indicates that the fire is 
under control. 

Three Strokes, three times — Fire out of town. 
Four Strokes, two times — High water signal. 
Ten Strokes, two times — Police call. 
Twelve Strokes, three times — Military call. 
Two Strokes, three times — No school. 

No-School Signals. 

Two strokes, struck three times at 7.30 a. m., indicates 
that there will be no forenoon session of the Public 
Schools ; the same signal struck at 11.15 a. m. or 1.15 p. m. 
indicates that there will be no school session in the after- 
noon. When struck at 11.15 the Grammar Schools will 
continue their session one hour longer than usual. During 
November, December and January the signal is given at 
12.30, instead of 1.15. When struck at 6.15 there will be 
no session at the Evening School. Fire at all ( other times. 
JOHN B. GORDON, Chief Engineer. 



THE CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT OF NORTH- 
ERN ESSEX. 

City Hall Building. 
Ira A. Abbott, Justice. 

Henry N. Merrill, John J. Winn, Associate Justices. 
Horace M. Sargent, Clerk. 
E. B. Savage, Probation Officer. 

Civil Session first and third Wednesdays of each month. 
Criminal Session every morning except Sundays and 
holidays. 

Return day for civil processes every Saturday. 



496 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Police station, Court st. base. City Hall. 

Frank McLaughlin, Marshal ; Walter S. Boynton, Dep- 
uty Marshal ; Elwood L. Shannon, Captain of Night Watch ; 
George H. Foster, Sergeant of Night Watch; Daniel E. 
Durgin, Inspector. 

John O. Lucy, H. W. Pearson, Edward S. Kimball, I. G. 
Hussey, J. M. Smith, J. W. Harris, James Bolan, Augustus 
B. Caswell, Milton C. Morse, Eugene O. Bolduc, Lewis F. 
Donovan, Harry C. Hill, Edwin T. Smith, John W. Shute, 
Henry Grimshaw, Michael J. Barrett, Isaac H. Philbrick, 
Alden M. Worcester, Michael D. Broderick, John J. Mack, 
Charles H. Grant, Thomas H. Rollins, Henry T. Ryan, 
Marcus A. Sullivan, Patrolmen. 

Justin R. Bridgham, Driver Patrol Wagon. 

Stanislas Rainville, Keeper of Lockup. 
* Nellie P. Wheeler, Matron. 



PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Summer street, cor. Stage. 
Dedicated Nov. 11, 1875. 
John G. Moulton, Librarian; His Honor the Mayor, 
Pres. ex officio ; R. Stuart Chase, John L. Hobson, George 
C. How, Dudley Porter, Albert L. Bartlett, George H. 
Carleton, Trustees ; Albert L. Bartlett, Sec. ; R. S. Chase, 
Treas. 

Number of volumes in the library, 80,000. 

BRADFORD BRANCH. 
116 Main street, Br. Incorporated April 16, 1890. 
Kate E. Johnson, Librarian. 
Number of volumes, 5,500. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Superintendent's office, Whittier school building ; office 
hours 8 to 9 a. m., 4.30 to 5 p. m. each school day. 

SCHOOL BOARD. 
Hon. Isaac Poor, Chairman, ex officio ; Mellen A. Pingree, 
Esq., Vice Chairman ; Roscoe D. McKeen, Supt. and Sec. 
Ward 1 — Charles B. Frothingham. 
Walter Ayer. 
J. W. Tilton. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 497 

Ward 2— Oliver S. Hubbard. 

Maurice D. Clarke, M. D. 

Annie M. Wheeler. 
Ward 3 — John W. Birmingham. 

F. A. Sullivan, M. D. 

Roger H. Carroll. 
Ward 4 — Mellen A. Pingree. 

Jones Frankle. 

Fred D. McGregor. 
Ward 5 — John T. Robinson. 

Carleton E. Hutchinson. 

Harry J. Rivers. 
Ward 6— E. Russell Field. 

George H. Bixby 

Irwin W. Tapley. 
Ward 7 — Harrison E. Chadwick. 

George M. Atwood, M. D. 

Rev. E. W. Thompson. i 

PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 

Maurice D. Clarke, Chairman ; Roscoe D. McKeen, 
Sec. ; Walter Ayer, Maurice D. Clarke, Fred D. McGregor, 
Roger Carroll Jr., Harry J. Rivers, E. Russell Field and 
George M. Atwood. 

Hiram O. Marble, Truant Officer. 

Regular meetings of the board third Wednesday of each 
month at 8 p. m. 

Regular meetings of Prudential Committee, Thursday 
preceding regular board meeting at 8 p. m. 

Meeting of Principals, Thursdays of each month follow- 
ing the meeting of the school ooard. 

HIGH. 

Crescent place, opposite the Common. 
Allison E. Tuttle, Prin. ) Linwood O. Towne and Harry 
L. Pierce, Sub-Masters; Mary S. Bartlett, Nellie M. 
Moore, Mira W. Bartlett, Margaret W. Lovejoy, Josephine 
L. Sanborn, Sue E. Merrill, Mary H. McLean, J. C. Mc- 
Tavish, Nina Cummings, Edith M. Richardson, Mabel E. 
Smith, Teachers ; Jesse H. Bourne, Manuel Training ; 
Samuel A. Suesman, Janitor. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

CURRIER. 

High street, cor. Washington. 
Samuel B. Paul, Prin. ; Ada B. Berry, Prin.'s Asst. ; 
Nellie Wentworth, Alice M. George, Fannie L. Hayes. 



498 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 

May H. Nichols, Hattie E. Home, Mary A. Hines, R. 
Etta Fay, Sarah E. Blaisdell, Clara E. Bond, Gertude I. 
Johnson, Helen F. Johnson, Grace Sawyer, Mary I. Sulli- 
van, Assts. ; William B. Sanborn, Janitor. 

GEORGE COGSWELL. 

Main street, cor. Prospect, Br. 
W. F. Sayward, Prin. ; Mary F. Hatch, Prin.'s Asst. ; 
Margaret B. Allen, Sarah B. Barnes, Susie A. Eastman, 
Grace G. Milton, Emma Pearson, Maud Brown, Junie G. 
Williams, Assts. ; Albert H. Knight, Janitor. 

JOHN C. TILTON. 

Grove street, cor. Boston. 
Hattie V. Burnham, Prin.; Alice M. McCarthy, Prin.'s 
Asst. ; Carrie S. George, Mary A. Powers, Mary A. Roche, 
Ada F. Bartlett, Teresea G. Roche, Caroline A. Hoyt, 
Maud A. Harlow, Assts. ; E. F. Faxon, Janitor. 

SCHOOL STREET. 

Isabel A. Scares, Prin. ; Nellie L. Bailey, Prin.'s Asst. ; 
June Smith, Rosa Blake, Mary A. Murphy, Mary P. 
Whittier, Assts. ; J. Warren Lang, Janitor. 

THOMAS E. BURNHAM. 

Fountain, cor. Webster. 
Abbie J. Meadowcraft, Prin. ; Alice E. Fuller, Prin.'s 
Asst. ; Katherine B. Scribner, Nellie E. Harlow, Alice N. 
Haynes, Florence I. Brown, Helen L. Thorn, Alice M. 
Lilly, Helen M. Palmer, Florence A. Foss, Assts. ; Amos 
Kempton, Janitor. 

WALNUT SQUARE. 

Ernest W. Bentley, Prin. ; Sadie B. Thompson, Prin.'s 
Asst.; Georgia E.Jacques, Mary L. Burnham, Olive J. 
Lovejoy, Alice M. Marble, Alice F. Noyes, Annie E. Far- 
rington, Geneva M. Chapman, Assts. ; Newell J. Johnson, 
Janitor. 

WHITTIER. 

Winter street, near Vine. 
Charlotte M. Tuck, Prin. ; Winifred M. Bowers, Assts. ; 
H. T. Littlefield, Janitor. 

WINTER STREET . 

Stanley D. Gray, Prin.; Jennie S. Edson, Prin.'s Asst. ; 
Minna P. Brooks, M. Jennie Green, Lizzie Webster, Susan 
G. Brogan, Nellie M. Edson, Mary A. O'Neill, Agnes C. 
Kennedy, Blanche E. Miller, Blanche S. Lovejoy, Julia F. 
Chase, Annie J. Thynne, Assts. ; Ezra J. Hoyt, Janitor. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 499 

WINGATE. 

Hilldale avenue, corner Broadway. 
Annie P. Roche, Prin. ; Annie H. Whittier, Ellen C. 
Sullivan, Elizabeth C. Harrigan, Minnie G. Thornton, 
Florence A. Rigney, Assts. ; Thomas B. Tenney, Janitor. 

BOVVLEY. 

Washington street, above Ayer. 
Fannie C. Carleton, Prin. ; Annie F. McKenna, Annie 
L. Mills, Pearl Brown, Corrinne H. Guilbert, Agnes M. 
Hall, Mary F. Fitzgerald, Teachers; Ambrose Fortier, 
Janitor. 

CHESTNUT. 

Eleanor W. Farrington, Prin. ; Inez L. Nutting, Lizzie 

B. Emerson, Stella F. Preston, Teachers ; J. Warren Lang, 
Janitor. 

CROWELL. 

Belmont avenue, Riverside. 
Mary A. Reed, Prin. ; Abbie H. Tompkins, Prin.'s Asst. ; 
Harriet E. Bartlett, S. May Davis, Mary A. Boynton, Hen- 
rietta M. Dresser, Annie W. Smith, Alice A. Wilson, Emma 

C. Boynton, Faustina E. Watts, Teachers ; C. W. Purvey, 
Janitor. 

GREENLEAF. 

Chadwick, corner Elm, Br. 
W. F. Sayward, Prin. ; Lillian T. Lucas, Clara A. Morse, 
Irene O. Clarke, Emma L. Nichols, Teachers ; George W. 
Ladd, Janitor. 

HALE STREET, BR. 

W. F. Sayward, Prin. ; Grace L. Rivers, Teacher, A. H. 
Knight, Janitor. 

KIMBALL STREET, BR. 

Mary A. Kerns, Prin. ; Julia A. Reardon, Asst. ; Dennis 
Reardon, Janitor. 

LOCKE STREET, BR. 

Helena W. Reardon, Annie J. Hunt, Teachers; M. A* 
Dimond, Janitor. 

PEABODY. 

Salem street, beyond the cemetery, Br. 
C. Frances Day, Principal; Isabel F. Collins, A. Frances 
Davis, Mabel Barnes, Assts. ; William F. Prince, Janitor. 



500 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 

UNION SCHOOLS. 

AYER3 VILLAGE. 

Mae G. V. Murphy, Teacher; E. M. Haseltine, Janitor- 

BROADWAY. 

Ellen J. Kelley, Teacher; YV. Woodington, Janitor. 

CORLISS HILL. 

Alice D. Madden, Teacher; James Ela, Janitor. ' 

EAST, BR. 

Ella M. Chadwick, Teacher ; H. M. Jenkins, Janitor. 

gi'le street. 
Vina M. Frame, Teacher ; G. H. Hayes, Janitor. 

MILLVALE. 

Katherine T. O'Neill, Teacher; Alonzo Fernald, Janitor. 

MONUMENT STREET. 

Agnes A. Hurley, Prin. ; Ellen J. Young, Mary A. Good- 
win, Assts. ; Oswald LeBoeuf, Janitor. 

NORTH MAIN STREET. 

Ernest W. Bentley, Prin.; Lucy A. Cate, Teacher; A. 
W. Eaton, Janitor. 

ROCKS VILLAGE. 

Mary C. Fennelley, Teacher ; R. Algernon Chase, Janitor. 

SAUNDERS HILL. 

Catherine T. Sullivan, Teacher; C. E. Preble, Janitor. 

WEST. 

Oxford ave. Ward Hill. 
Helen A. Fitzgerald, prin. ; Alice Dalrymple, asst. ; 
Sidney K. Wilson, Janitor. 

PORTLAND STREET. 

Portland street, near Fifth ave. 
Maria L. Gardner, prin. ; Alpha L. Vose, Annie B. Case, 
Harriet D. Merrill, Emma F. Hart, Teachers ; George W. 
Griffin, Janitor. 

KINDERGARTEN. 

LOCUST STREET. 

Caroline Johnson, Prin. ; Marguerite Adams, Asst. 

204 RIVER STREET. 

Mary A. Leonard, Prin. ; Isabel Bartlett, Asst. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 501 

SPECIAL TEACHERS. 
Music— W. W. Keays and Mary E. Webster. 
Sewing — Sarah M. H. Porter. 
Sloyd— A. S. DeWolf. 

Cooking — Caroline T. Peck, Elizabeth R. Adams. 
Drawing — Gertrude Stanwood. 



PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

BRADFORD ACADEMY. 
Main street, cor. Kingsbury ave. Br. 
Incorporated 1804. 

Rev. Arthur Little, D. D., Boston, Pres. ; Doane Cogs- 
well, Bradford, Sec. ; Samuel W. Hopkinson, Bradford, 
Treas. 

Executive Committee — Elbridge G. Wood, Lewis K. 
Morse, Doane Cogswell, A. M., John L. Hobson, Samuel 
W. Hopkinson ; Laura A. Knott, A. B., Principal ; Mabel 
I. Hart, A. B., Latin ; Rosamond D. Wild, Mathematics; 
Caroline M. Sperry, English and Library ; Jean Pond, 
Logic and Literature ; Eliza E. Andrews, Natural Scienses ; 
Eva S. Kammer, German Languages and Literature ; Mile. 
Zoe de J. La Loge, French Language and Literature ; 
Edmond Von Mach, Art; Ellen Chase Gordon, A. B., 
Greek and History ; Mme. Isadora Martnez, Vocal Music ; 
Belle B. W T etherbee, Physical Culture; Prof. Samuel M. 
Downs, Piano, Organ, and Harmony; Alice M. Keyes, 
Drawing and Painting ; Louis J. Blanchard, Clerk ; Edward 
W. Thompson, Cor. Sec; Mrs. Carrie McKean Cary, 
Matron. 

CRAMM SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ORATORY. 

91 Merrimack 
Helen L. Cramm, Prin. a nd teacher of piano ; Joseph 
W. Leach, teacher of Singing ; Mary L. Wilkinson, 
teacher of Elocution ; Emile Lavigueur, teacher of 
Violin ; William R. Schwarz, teacher of German ; Effie 
M. Butler, teacher of Piano. 

ST. JAMES' PAROCHIAL. 

Harrison street, corner Lancaster. 

Sisters of St. Joseph, Teachers ; Sister St. James, Teacher 

of Music ; Sister Scholastica, Teacher of Drawing ; Sister 

Magdalen, Teacher of Manual Training ; Pupils, 911. 



502 MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 

ST. JOSEPH'S PAROCHIAL 
Broadway, corner Oak terrace. 
Four Gray Nuns and four Lay Teachers. Number of 
boys, 396. 

ST. JOSEPH'S PAROCHIAL. 
103 Locust street. Established 1888. 
Eight Gray Nuns of Ottawa, Teachers ; Number of girls 
400. 



CHURCHES. 

ADVENT CHRISTIAN. 
Walnut street. Built 1875. Dedicated Sept. 1875. 
Rev. Darius T. Call, Pastor; E. Joy, Clerk; Frank 
Gage, Treas. 

FIRST BAPTIST. 
Main street, near Arlington. Organized May 9, 1765. 
Rev. Charles T. Morgan, Pastor. 

CALVARY BAPTIST. 
13 Ashland street. Organized 1872. 
Rev. J. L. Marble, Pastor; Charles Ricks, Clerk; 
Joseph H. Lee, Treas. 

SECOND BAPTIST. 
Rocks Village. Organized 1823. 
Rew. Willard Packard, Pastor. 

FREE BAPTIST. 
Winter street, corner Franklin. Organized 1861. 
Rev. Josiah M. Remick, Pastor ; Frank Hall, Clerk ; 
Lewis Day, Treas. 

PORTLAND STREET BAPTIST. 
Portland street, near Pentucket. Organized 1858. 
Rev. Frank W. Padelford, Pastor; J. W. P. Smith, 
Clerk ; Herbert E. Pettengill, Treas. 

MT. WASHINGTON BAPTIST. 
Washington street, cor. Freeman. Organized Dec. 2, 1885. 
Rev. H. E. Chapman, Pastor; A. R. Wade, Clerk; 
Dana S. Archibald, Treas. 



MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT 503 

Mt. WASHINGTON BAPTIST MISSION (ITALIAN). 
214 Washington street. 
Rev. Vincenzo Di Domenica, Pastor. 

ST. JAMES' (CATHOLIC). 
Winter street, cor. Primrose 
Rev. James O'Doherty, Pastor; Rev. J. J.Graham, Rev. 
John P. Gorham, Asst. Pastors. 

ST. JOSEPH'S (FRENCH CATHOLIC). 
Locust street, cor. Grand. Organized Nov. 24, 1872. 
Rev. Elphege Godin, Rector. 

OLD SOUTH CHRISTIAN. 

Washington street, cor. Jackson. 
Organized 1806.. Reorganized 1874. 
Rev. Manford D. Wolfe, Pastor ; W. D. Stearns, Clerk ; 
Chas. H. Poole Jr., Treas. 

CENTRE CONGREGATIONAL. 
Main street, cor. Vestry. Organized 1833. 
Rev. Calvin M. Clark, Pastor. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL. 
Church street, Br. Organized 1682. 
Rev. E. S. Stackpole, P